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Our ministry operates under the leadership of Yeshua the Messiah. He is our Rabbi and Shepherd. We strive to allow HIM to lead our ministry and worship services. We are a Gospel-Centered, Spirit-led, Torah pursuant, Family Fellowship, focused on intimacy with our Father through Worship AND the teaching of His Word. We are both natural branches (Jewish people) and wild branches (from the nations) that believe Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah and savior of the world. We believe the Holy Spirit is in the process of bringing these two groups together into One New Man.

We worship in Spirit and Truth on the Sabbath and Feast Days of the Lord. Through policies and oversight, we maintain financial responsibility for the integrity of our ministry. We are not structured as an Incorporated 501c3 business. We are a “Free Church” chartered only by God and operating under The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution.

FAQ

We keep the Sabbath because God rested on the 7th Day of Creation, blessed it and set it apart.

(Gen 2:1-3)And the heavens and the earth were finished, and all their host. And on the seventh day, God completed His work which He had made. And He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had made. And God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it because He rested from all His work on it, which God had created to make.

We also keep the Sabbath because it is the 4th Commandment… (Exo 20:8-11)

Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy; six days you shall labor and do all your work; and the seventh day is a Sabbath to Jehovah your God; you shall not do any work, you, and your son, and your daughter, your male slave and your slave-girl, and your livestock, and your stranger who is in your gates. For in six days, The Lord Yahweh made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all which is in them, and He rested on the seventh day; on account of this The Lord Yahweh blessed the Sabbath day and sanctified it.

The Sabbath Commandment is not just for the Jewish people, but for ALL who come into Covenant with The Lord Yahweh: (Isa 56:6-7)

And the sons of the alien who join themselves to The Lord Yahweh to serve Him, and to love the name of The Lord Yahweh, to be His servants, everyone who keeps from defiling the Sabbath, and takes hold of My covenant: even them I will bring to My holy mount and make them joyful in My house of prayer…

How to keep the Sabbath …

A) Rest

B) Gather for worship

C) Don’t do your weekly vocation

No! The Sabbath was not changed to Sunday until the 3rd Century.

Chamber’s Encyclopedia says this:

Unquestionably the first law, either ecclesiastical or civil, by which the Sabbatical observance of that Day is known to have been ordained, is the edict of Constantine, 321 A.D.

Then in 364 AD, the Roman Catholic Church, without authority, abrogated The Lord’s commandment. In their Council of Laodicea they declared the following:

“Christians shall not Judaize and be idle on Saturday (Sabbath), but shall work on that Day: but the Lord’s Day, they shall especially honor; and as being Christians, shall if possible, do no work on that day. If, however, they are found Judaizing, they shall be shut out from Christ.”

Around 46 BC, Julius Caesar named the calendar after himself. CAESAR’S Julian calendar calculated a 365 1/4 day year. But a solar year is eleven minutes less. So by 1582, the accumulation of those 11 minutes caused the Julian calendar to be 10 days out of sync with the solar year. So on Thursday, October 4, 1582, Pope Gregory eliminated ten days. The next day, a Friday, should have been October 5, but minus the 10 days it became Friday, October 15th, bringing the calendar into sync with the solar year. But the sequence of the days of the week, ending on Thursday (the 4th day of the week) on the Julian calendar and commencing on Friday (the 5th day of the week) on the Gregorian, never altered the sequence of The Lord’s seven day week. Furthermore, the Jewish people have kept HOLY the 7th day from the time of Moses, even during their Babylonian captivity. They never lost track. Rest assured that Yeshua worshiped in the synagogue on the very same 7th day of the weekly cycle (called Shabbat in Hebrew and Saturday in English) that we do. The 7th Day Sabbath set apart from the 7th Day of Creation has never changed.

The phrase Jewish Feast is a misnomer. It implies that the Feasts commanded to be observed in the Torah (the first five books of the Bible) were either invented by the Jewish people or observed (only by) the Jewish people.
Both assumptions are wrong!

Lev 23:2 Speak to the children of Israel, and say to them, Concerning the Feasts of The Lord Yahweh, which you shall proclaim to be holy convocations, even these are My Feasts.

Emphatically, The Lord claims these as HIS FEASTS.
The Feasts are The Lord’s appointed times to gather His people for worship; they are HIS holy gatherings. You may be thinking = the FEASTS are for the children of Israel, and I am a Gentile.

Let us Re-think this idea!

You may not have been born Jewish, but according to Scripture, when a person is born again, they receive a new identity. When a person is born again, they are automatically grafted into the Olive tree as a “Wild Olive Branch” and become a member of God’s people group called The Commonwealth of Israel.

Paul tells us in Ephesians 2:11, Therefore, remember that you were once Gentiles in the flesh. This is before a person accepts Yeshua and is born again. But once a person accepts the Messiah, they are no longer a stranger and foreigner; they become a partaker of the covenant of promise and part of the Commonwealth of Israel. (Ephesians 2:12) Therefore, as a Biblically certified member of the Commonwealth of Israel, you are now free to observe The Feasts of The Lord as holy gatherings for you and your family! (Leviticus 23:41, Exodus 12:17, Numb 15:15)

God’s Feasts were designed for ONE primary purpose = to show us (in agricultural Holidays) a shadow of the person and work of the Messiah; His plan of salvation.

The Spring Feasts teach us about the Messiahs first coming, and The Fall Feasts teach us about His second coming. The Spring Feasts were fulfilled at Yeshua’s first coming.

Passover = The Crucifixion
Unleavened bread = His burial
First Fruits = Yeshua’s resurrection
Pentecost = The outpouring of the Holy Spirit
The Fall Feasts will be fulfilled at Yeshua’s second coming.
The Feast of Trumpets = The Resurrection of the dead and Glorification of those alive
The day of Atonement = Judgment of the Nations
The Feast of Tabernacles = The Millennial reign of Messiah

So don’t let anyone judge you for keeping the Feast of the LORD! They are shadows of things to come, and their substance is of Christ. (Col 2: 16-17)

There are two main reasons we do not celebrate Christmas and Easter.

1. Both of these holidays were celebrated by sun-god-worshipers centuries before Yeshua was born. In the Bible, God forbids us to worship Him the way Heathen nations (those not in covenant with The Lord Yahweh) worship their gods. (Deu 12:30-31) Traditions like decorated trees, stringing holly and mistletoe, lighting yule logs, giving presents, and singing carols door to door are not modern. These are ancient practices, predating the birth of Christ. These traditions can be traced back to sun-god worship, Easter bunnies, Easter eggs, sunrise worship services, hot-cross buns, Lent, and Easter hams.

2. God commands His people to keep HIS holy Feast Days, four Feasts in the spring, and three in the fall.

Yeshua died on Passover, was buried on the first day of Unleavened Bread, and resurrected on First Fruits. We celebrate His death and resurrection during Passover, the way God intended it to be commemorated. We celebrate Yeshua’s birth on the Feast of Tabernacles; Yeshua came to Tabernacle with man. That is the way it was observed for the first 300 years after Yeshua’s ascension. In the third century, Constantine and the Early Church outlawed The Feasts, melding tenants of Christianity with the practices of paganism.

Cultivating a Fruitful Life in Yeshua

Vision

Restore, Re-Teach, and Re-group.We desire to Restore the ancient path of walkingby Faith like our father Abraham; we accomplish this by teaching individuals how to hear and obey God’s voice.
We desire to Reteach the Roots of Christianity;we accomplish this by teaching believers how toworship in Spirit and Truth.
We desire to Regroup Christians from every nationwith a heart for Israel and prepare them tojoin their Jewish brothers.

Mission


EvangelismTo the Jew First
DiscipleshipTurning believers into Disciples
Our Message is simple = Jesus to the lost and “Come out of her My people” to those trapped in religion.


Profile

Our ministry operates under the leadership of Yeshua the Messiah. He is our Rabbi and Shepherd. We strive to allow HIM to lead our ministry and worship services.
We are a Gospel-Centered, Spirit-led, Torah pursuant, Family Fellowship, focused on intimacy with our Father through Worship AND the teaching of His Word.
We are both natural branches (Jewish people) and wild branches (from the nations) that believe Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah and savior of the world. We believe the Holy Spirit is in the process of bringing these two groups together into One New Man.
We worship in Spirit and Truth on the Sabbath and Feast Days of the Lord.
Through policies and oversight, we maintain financial responsibility for the integrity of our ministry. We are not structured as an Incorporated 501c3 business. We are a “Free Church” chartered only by God and operating under The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution.
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Passions

Teaching His Truths | Living By His Commandments | Celebrating His Feasts | Daring To Be different | Building His Kingdom | Ministering To The Needy | Edifying World Missions

Teaching His Truths

We are passionate about speaking and teaching the Truth in love to God’s people. Our Congregation consists of imperfect people who serve a perfect God! Using our voice to build others up, we proclaim hope in Yeshua as the only real answer to life’s issues. We gather to teach Truth and worship God, to build one another up, to observe the commandments, and to minister the Word. Throughout the world, by word and by deed, we proclaim Yeshua. Romans 8:1–4, 1 Peter 1:3–5

Living By His Commandments

We are passionate about living a sinless life of Torah obedience like Yeshua. He became obedient even to the point of death on the execution stake, providing Grace to pay the penalty for our sins. Today, however, many advocate living as though God ignores (or condones) sin. But sin is real, and it must be dealt with. God does not ignore it, so neither can we. Denying sin does not constitute grace! God demands obedience. The way we show that we know Him and LOVE Him is to obey Him. Anyone who says, “I know Him,” but does not obey His commandments is a liar. The truth is not in him. LUKE 16:17, 1 John 3-4, John 14:21, Exodus 31:15

Celebrating His Feast

We are passionate about keeping the Feasts of the Lord as commanded, including Passover, Unleavened Bread, First-fruits, Pentecost, Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, The Feast of Tabernacles, and Hanukkah. We keep the 7th day holy as God commanded by not working on the Sabbath, by reading, studying, and teaching His Word, and by assembling ourselves together for worship and fellowship. Leviticus 23

Daring To Be Different

We are passionate about being set apart from this world, and embracing the faith that Yeshua and the Apostles lived and taught. Our fellowship of Yeshua-followers are seeking creative ways to live and share our faith following His example. Romans 12:1-2, John 17:19, Romans 12:1

Building His Kingdom

“All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me,” Yeshua said. “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations…” At the Vineyard, we are passionate about fulfilling the Lord’s command to build His Kingdom. We are empowered, enabled, and equipped by the Holy Spirit to fulfill His directive to the best of our ability and beyond. Jesus came saying to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you…” Matthew 28:18-20, Acts 1:8, Revelation 11:15

Ministering To The Needy

Knowing that God blesses those who give, we at the Vineyard passionately teach and practice giving in all areas of life in order to share the Gospel. We demonstrate Messiah’s love for people not only in word but in DEED. So we help those in our community who cannot help themselves, for the purpose of sharing God’s love. Luke 6:38, Malachi 3:10–12, John 13:34–35, Romans 12:9–10

Edifying World Missions

Yeshua purchased people from every tribe, tongue, and nation. So we are passionate about tutoring missionaries from around the world. We edify long-term cross-cultural Ministers who proclaim the Good News by equipping them to follow His commandments and keep His Feats. We enlighten, by every available means, the spiritually lost, through His Good News. We guide God’s suffering people through His compassion, inviting them to passionately keep His Commandments. We sponsor short-term mission trips, thus cultivating world missions. Matthew 9:37-38, Matthew 28:19, Acts 1:8