Q:  Do I have to be Jewish to attend services?

     A: No.  We are a group of both Jewish and non-Jewish believers in Yeshua (Jesus).  This is in part, a fulfillment of Ephesians 2:5.  If you believe Yeshua was is, and forever will be the Messiah, then you will be right at home.

Q:   Do I need to know Hebrew?

     A:  No.  Any time we use a Hebrew word or phrase we always give the English interpretation immediately afterward.  Don’t worry.  You will pick up words and phrases faster than you think. But, knowing Hebrew is absolutely not a requirement or pre-requisite in.

Q:  Why is there a hyphen inserted in place of vowels in G-d or other Holy Names of G-d?

     A:  Two reasons.  Firstly, the Command to not take the L-RD’s name in vain is better translated as “do not desecrate His name.”  Heaven forbid we should include the full spelling of His Names and they get printed, then, that page get discarded in the trash.  Secondly, because we want to reach Jewish people with the Gospel, we wouldn’t want them to see any of G-D’s Holy Names printed in full, then immediately leave our site thereby missing a possible opportunity to reach them.

Q:  Do I have to  wear a Kippa, Tallit (prayer shawl), or any other traditional garments to service or gathering?

     A:  No.  Some of us do, and some of us do not.  It is a personal choice.  For those of us who wear them, we do so, in part, because they are great physical tangible reminders of our G-d that is head over us and His Word that envelopes us.