About Us

“The Rock of Israel” International Fellowship is a place where Jews and Gentiles come together to worship and to know the One and only Living God, - the LORD God of Israel.

We appeal to the Jewish people worldwide to allow the Holy Spirit of HaShem to reignite their passion for the Living Rock of Israel and strengthen their loyalty to the Covenant with our LORD!

We plead with the Christendom and the rest of the world to forsake their pagan polytheism and come to the light of the Holy One of Jacob! May all the Earth worship the One True God!

 

 Our Vision:

 Our vision stands in an unbroken harmony with the prophetic tradition of the Bible, faithfully proclaimed by every true prophet of HaShem: “For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the LORD, as the waters cover the sea.” (Habakkuk 2:14)

Seeing the entire planet Earth filled with the glory of the Almighty and the knowledge of the God of Jacob, and worshipping the One True Lord God of Israel, constitues the heart of what our fellowship is praying and striving for!

 

 Our Mission:

 Our mission is faithfully to proclaim the Eternal Word of God, leading the entire world out of its current state of apostasy and polytheism into the knowledge of the One, True, and Living God, the LORD God of Israel: “. . . So that all the kingdoms of the earth may know that you alone, LORD, are God.” (II Kings 19:19)

Calling the world back to their Creator, the Holy One of Israel, proclaiming His unchanging Word, the Bible, exposing the deceptions of Satan, his angels and their human tools are all part of our Fellowship's mission in the fallen world! 

 

 13 PRINCIPLES OF FAITH

The 13 principles of Jewish faith that you will find below were formulated by Moses Maimonides (1135 -1204), one of the preeminent Jewish philosophers, Torah scholars, and physicians of the medieval times. Although not a rigid creed, these principles represent a concise expression of the major points of the Jewish faith. Our Fellowship finds itself in harmony with every one of them as well. We hope that through perusing these principles you discover a closer affinity with Judaism too! ("Ani ma'amin" is the Hebrew for "I believe").

 

1. Ani ma'amin ... I believe with complete faith that the Creator, Blessed is His Name, creates and guides all creatures, and that He alone made, makes, and will make everything.

2. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that the Creator, Blessed is His Name, is unique, and there is no uniqueness like His in any way, and that He alone is our G-d, Who was, Who is, and Who will always be.

3. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that the Creator, Blessed is His Name, is not physical and is not affected by any physical phenomena, and that there is no comparison whatsoever to Him.

4. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that the Creator, Blessed is His Name, is the very first and the very last.

5. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that the Creator, Blessed is His Name- to Him alone is it proper to pray and it is not proper to pray to any other.

6. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that all the words of the prophets are true.

7. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that the prophecy of Moses our teacher, peace be upon him, was true, and that he was the father of the prophets- both those who preceded him and those who followed him.

8. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that the entire Torah now in our hands is the same one that was given to Moses, our teacher, peace be upon him.

9. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that this Torah will not be exchanged nor will there be another Torah from the Creator, Blessed is His Name.

10. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that the Creator, Blessed is His Name, knows the deeds of all human beings and their thoughts, as it is said, "He fashions their hearts all together, He comprehends all their deeds."

11. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that the Creator, Blessed is His Name, rewards with good all those who observe his commandments, and punishes those who violate his commandments.

12. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith in the coming of the Messiah, and even though he may delay, nevertheless I anticipate every day that he will come.

13. Ani ma'amin... I believe with complete faith that there will be a resuscitation of the dead whenever the wish emanates from the Creator, Blessed is His Name and exalted is His mention, forever and for all eternity.

For Your salvation do I long, L-rd. I do long, L-rd, for your salvation. L-rd, for your salvation do I long.