Community: Definition

The Messianic Jewish community is a social unit that shares the Messiahship of Yeshua in common.

Many other concerns arise from time to time, including the state of Israel, assimilation, Jewish culture, humor, and story, and family matters. The Messianic Jewish community includes Jewish people who have professed faith in Yeshua as Messiah and who choose to continue to identify with Him and one another. Some Gentiles who did not grow up in a Jewish home, and many children of intermarried couples also choose to identify with this segment of the people of God.

Sometimes the communal nature of our walk with the Lord includes religious activity like public gatherings, and sometimes we relate more individually. Some of us have families with whom to share this abundant life and some are singles or have no family support. We therefore become mishpochah (family) to one another.