The leadership of Torah Family Fellowship consists three families that meet on a regular basis to make decisions about the day-to-day and long term needs and direction of the fellowship.  The Fellowship has no appointed individual that leads services, rather responsibilities for praise and worship, liturgy and teaching are shared by the men of the leadership group.

The focus of Torah Family Fellowship is on the things that bind us together.  “Love the Lord your God with all of your heart, soul and strength and love your neighbor as yourself” is the motto of our group.

A few principles that bind us together as group are as follows:

The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is the one and only God.

God has given instructions to His people on how to live a life of righteousness through the holy scriptures.  The foundation for all instruction are found in the first five books of the Bible, known as the Torah.  The Torah is for all believers as the teachings and instructions of God for life and blessing.

Yeshua of Nazareth is the prophesied Messiah of Israel, who was slain as the Passover lamb of God for the forgiveness of sin, was raised from the dead, received into heaven, and intercedes for sinners in the heavenly realm. He will return in the aharit hayamim (Hebrew for end of days) to be King over all the earth.

Yeshua has made atonement for us as high priest and the Holy Spirit has been sent as a guide to lead us into all truth.

We are imperfect and any statements that are made about our beliefs will be inadequate and possibly even subject to flaws.  We are a diverse group. Differing viewpoints and opinions of individuals and families is respected.