See our customs and traditions below for more information on this subject.
We do not hold "Sunday" as sacred. Work is permitted on Sunday as on any other regular day of the week. We do not attend religious meetings on a regular basis on Sunday other than to learn things not permitted on the Sabbath.
More will be added to this topic soon so check frequently.
For a complete list of our observances and Holy Days see Holidays.
Bris is and will forever be a part of our Jewish heritage. It is as important to us as eating. Circumcision is not required to participate in Zion. See Messianic Jewish
Kosher Laws are developed from the Torah and have been given to help prevent accidental breaking of G-d's laws.
Eating blood is an abomination. We know that it is impossible to avoid eating minute amounts of blood no matter how diligent we are in processing the food. This is why the rabbis have created standards which insure removal of as much of the blood as possible in the processing of animal meats.
Milk and Meat are not to be mixed because the Bible says, do not cook the kid in it's mother's milk. To prevent accidentally breaking Torah, cooking meat in the same cookware where milk has been cooked and vice versa is prohibited. Eating meat on a plate that has had foods containing dairy products in them and vice versa are prohibited. The purpose is to follow as precisely as possible G-d's commandments.
Biblical Laws (Lev 11 and Deut 14) tell us which kinds of meat are good for food and which are not. Pork, because it does not chew the cud. Clams, do not have either fins or scales. Catfish, does not have scales. Eagles hawks vultures and ravens are specifically listed as not to be eaten.