We seek to support Israel and all the Jewish people. We meet regularly to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
We are currently supporting CFOIC – Christian Friends of Israeli Communities and at this time specifically the Migdal Oz project to build a new children’s playground.
We seek to walk before the Almighty with circumcised hearts.
Why does God use the term a ‘circumcised heart’?
“It is because circumcision involves removing a covering. We (the writer is an orthodox Jew) believe that every human being was born with the heart of G-d. When G-d breathed His breath into Adam, every single human being had the heart of G-d placed within him.
But what have we done? Since our youth we have covered this heart with our own ego, our won needs, and our selfish desires. We have covered or hearts and separated ourselves from true equilibrium. This is why G-d asks us to uncover our heart – to uncover the heart of G-d that is already beating inside. In this way we re-kindle what is most natural to us.
… having a relationship with G-d is essentially returning to what is most natural. The Hebrew word for repentance, ‘teshuvah’ means ‘to return’. This is a return to the original state of affairs, being in harmony with what was always meant to be. It is not something new to be attained, nor is it some higher state of consciousness. It is returning to what is already ingrained within every single soul and in every single heart. It is about re-establishing the divine connection set in place at creation.” — Moshe Avraham Kempinski – from “The Teacher and The Preacher- a dialogue” p37