A Louisiana Messianic Community
Shalom and welcome……
We are a Messianic Jewish Congregation serving the Greater New Orleans area. Although we were meeting before Katrina, our post Katrina Congregation has been gathering continuously since Hanukkah 2005. Check for our Services, Bible Studies and Special Feasts and Memorials at our Schedules and location map page for times, directions and contact information.
Messianic Judaism is Bible based Judaism. Messianic Jews believe that the Scriptures – from Genesis through Revelation – are the inerrant word of God. These writings reveal both the history and future of mankind from creation through the second coming of Messiah. Messianic Judaism is the Jewish arm of the Body of Messiah. We maintain our roots, heritage and lifestyle by worshipping HaShem (God the Father), Yeshua Ha Mashiach (His Son, our Jewish Messiah and Intercessor), by the
Ruach Hakodesh (Holy Spirit) in a Jewish context.
It is our intent to be a bridge for Jewish Believers, Interfaith married couples and seekers coming together to worship as one body. We are Torah (His instructions) based, Word believers with a first century flavor. We believe Matthew 5:17-19 and operate with Jewish understandings of Scripture. Our desire is to live as Ephesians 2:14 & 15 calls, in oneness (echad).
Romans 11:11-15 challenges us all … how will we respond? We invite Jew and Gentile, Believer or not to come and receive our hand of fellowship.
Am Israel Chai
The people of Israel Live
Thank you and we hope to see you soon.
Books in the Tanakh
Books in the B'rit Chadashah
Number of Messianic Prophecies
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