so I worship the Elohim of my fathers, believing all that has been written in the Torah"

"The Way" ResTorah-ation

“And this I confess to you, that according to The Way which they call a sect,



Welcome to “The Way” ResTorah-ation  and “The Way” Congregation.

We are a group of Hebrew roots believers. We believe in Yeshua (Jesus) as our Messiah. We meet weekly on the Sabbath to study the Torah (the first five books of the Bible), the Prophets, and the Writings (as Proverbs and Psalms), and their undeniable impact on really understanding the Gospels. We also study the Letters of the Apostles, and the Revelation of John.  "We continue to believe everything according to the Torah and everything written in the Prophets.”  God used His Appointed Times (Festivals of Passover, Unleavened Bread and First Fruits) for Yeshua’s first coming to earth as our Rabbi and Savior; we feel that God will use His Appointed Times (Feasts of Trumpets, Day of Atonement and Tabernacles) for Yeshua’s return to earth as the King of Kings. For this reason we celebrate all of the commanded festivals in Exodus. As Yeshua Himself said “not the smallest letter will pass away from the Torah until Heaven and earth pass away” (Matthew 5:17-18). We are still to honor God’s sacred Sabbath Day; the day God Himself created for rest and worship (Genesis 2). We feel that we have been “born again” and “made spiritually clean” by the “living water of Baptism”; we have been made holy by the precious blood that our Messiah, Yeshua shed on the cross for our transgressions of the Torah; and we have received a brand new nature by the gift of the Holy Spirit celebrated on the Feast of Shavuot (Pentecost in Greek). We feel that the tree of Israel (Romans 11) is composed of both Messianic Jews and Gentiles, but the root and trunk of that tree will always be the genetic sons of Abraham, who protected and preserved the Torah, Prophets and Writing for thousands of years. If God is leading you to a deeper understanding of the whole Bible, we extend an open invitation to you to join us on our Hebrew Roots, Messianic journey.

Scott D. Oliver