We believe that God's promises and covenants to the Jewish people are still in existence. As such, when we become followers of Yeshua, our Jewish identity becomes even more significant. Rabbi Saul (the Apostle Paul) made that clear in Romans 11: 29 regarding Israel that "the gifts and calling of God are irrevocable".
Therefore, we do the things we do, worship on Shabbat, continue traditional prayers and liturgy, teach our children, celebrate the feasts that God gave to Israel, and much more. Yeshua Himself declared the importance of the Torah by declaring, "Do not think that I came to abolish the Torah or the Prophets! I did not come to abolish, but to fulfill" (Matthew 5:17). Therefore it is important for us to express our faith in Yeshua in a Jewish context, with Yeshua at the center of all that we do.
At the same time, we welcome Gentiles who feel a calling to connect with us as part of our community. We believe that our expression of faith, what we "do", is a perfect fit for "interfaith" (Jewish/Gentile) marriages. So if that's you, give us a try!