Our Mission

Remnant of Israel is a covenant community of Jewish and Gentile disciples of Yeshua the Messiah; glorifying God in prayer, worship, teaching, service, evangelism, and mutual edification through the gifts of the Holy Spirit, while bringing the present and eternal restorative hope of the Good News of Yeshua to the Jew first and then the Gentile (Romans 1:16-17), creating a congregation representing one new man (Ephesians 2:15).

Romans 10:1 states, “Our hearts desire and prayer to God for the Israelites is that they may be saved.” Another purpose for this ministry acknowledges the fact that “at the present time there is a remnant chosen by grace” according to Romans11:5.


As a Messianic Synagogue, we seek to put the Messiah back within His biblical and Jewish context. Messianic Judaism is a spiritual revival, a return to the faith as the Messianic believers had in the first-century. We seek to have a living, vibrant, personal relationship with the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob through the Messiah, Yeshua. Yeshua is the Hebrew name for Jesus, the Only Begotten Son of God and our Savior.

We provide teaching and supportive fellowship to Jewish believers in Yeshua who live in Wichita and surrounding communities through Shabbat (Sabbath) services, Torah study, and other activities on a weekly basis. As a blended congregation we equally welcome Gentile believers who love and support the Jewish people and desire to join themselves to the Jewish people through worship and lifestyle according to the Biblical roots of Christianity. We connect to Messianic Jewish outreach efforts in Israel as well as other areas with significant Jewish population.

Aside from our regular weekly gatherings, our major events focus around the Biblical feasts of the Lord (God’s Appointed Times) found in Leviticus 23 and their prophetic significance, always pointing toward our Messiah. Each year we celebrate the feasts of Passover & Unleavened bread, First Fruits, Shavuot (Pentecost), Rosh Hashanah (Yom Teruah), Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), and Sukkot (Tabernacles); as well as the minor holidays of Hannukah and Purim.


To bring Jewish and Gentile people alike
to salvation through
Yeshua the Messiah.
To bring believers in Yeshua into a deeper knowledge
and celebration of the Biblical roots of our faith.