Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue exists to be a Messiah-centered, Torah observant community of Believers, both Jewish and non-Jewish.
Our goal is to share the entirety of G-D's Word, which consists of the
Tanakh and Brit Chadashah, with all peoples of all nations.
We exist to be a Yeshua-centered, Torah-observant community of believers, both Jewish and non-Jewish.
Our goal is to share the entirety of G-D's Word, which is made up of the Tanakh and Brit Chadashah, with all peoples from all nations. Our example is that of our Messiah Yeshua and His talmidim. Our faith is Biblical Judaism, which is the faith handed down to us by
G-D through His chosen people, beginning with G-D's covenant with Adam, Avraham, the Sinai Covenant and completing it with the Brit Chadashah, or Renewed Covenant. We find it totally consistent to be followers of Judaism and the Jewish Messiah, Yeshua.
We fulfill our goal by sharing these truths with people from the Jewish community, the Christian community, people from other faiths, and with people who have no faith system at all.
That the Holy Scriptures, consisting of the Tanakh and the later writings commonly known as the Brit Chadashah (Renewed Covenant), is the only infallible and authoritative Word of G-D. We recognize its divine inspiration and accept its teachings as our final authority in all matters of faith and practice (Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Proverbs 3:1-6; Psalms 119:89, 105; Isaiah 48:12-16; Romans 8:14-17; II Timothy 2:15, 3:16-17).
There is only one G-D (Deuteronomy 6:4). He is the Creator of heaven and earth, of all living beings and of everything both visible and invisible (Genesis 1:1; Colossians 1:15-17). Although He is limitless in power, authority, time, matter and space. He has chosen in His infinite wisdom, to reveal His nature to humanity in perceivable and comprehensible manners. Scripture records G-D revealing Himself in the following manners: as fire (covenant with Avraham between the two halves of the cow in Genesis 15:17); as the form of man not born of a woman (when He approached Avraham with the two angels in Genesis 18); as a burning bush (spoke with Moshe in Exodus 3:2); as the fourth Man in the furnace (Daniel 3:25); as the promised Messiah being a Man made of flesh and born of an alma (virgin) (Isaiah 7:14; Galatians 4:4). Although there are numerous examples of G-D revealing Himself to humanity in various ways and forms, of those ways and forms, He has chosen to refer to Himself in the following primary contexts: as the Father (HaAv), as the Son (HaBen) Yeshua and as the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Ghost). Read More