About Adat Hatikvat Tzion
Who We Are
Adat Hatikvat Tzion (The Hope of Zion Congregation) is a Messianic congregation meeting in Omaha, NE.
We are a congregation of Jews and Gentiles who worship together. We have broken down the middle wall of partition which separates us and have created "One New Man" according to Ephesians 2:15.
Rav Natan Seitelbach
Cantor Roger Nichols
What is a Messianic Congregation?
What is Messianic Judaism?
Messianic Judaism is a movement of Jewish people who believe that Jesus (Yeshua in Hebrew) is the promised Jewish Messiah and Savior to Israel and the whole world.
What is the difference between Messianic Judaism and Christianity?
Most important are the similarities: Christianity is also faith in the Jewish Messiah Yeshua. Typically, people who call themselves Christians are non-Jewish. As mentioned above, the first believers in Jesus were Jewish. Yeshua wanted us to be one in Him—Jew and Gentile, one in the Messiah.
The most distinct difference between Messianic Judaism and Christianity is our expression of faith. Messianic Judaism is a return to the Jewish roots of the faith. This takes the form of observance of Biblical feasts and holidays, and other traditions not in conflict with Scriptures.
Source: the MJAA (Messianic Jewish Alliance of America)'s FAQ page.
Where We Meet
We meet at Southwest Church of the Nazarene, 14808 Q St in Omaha, NE. Our services are every Saturday morning at 10:00 am.
We also livestream our service every week. The current week's link will be posted on our home page on Saturday mornings, shortly before service begins. Southwest Church of the Nazarene has graciously shared their Livestream channel with us. Our past services are archived there, and you can follow their channel to recieve notifications to our upcoming services.