About HCGC

A New Vision for Restoring Christianity’s Biblically Hebraic Foundations

The Hebraic Christian Global Community mission is to facilitate the move of God to restore the Hebraic foundations of the Christian faith to all believers without any distinction as to race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, or denominational affiliation. We seek to extend the dominion of God through the interconnectivity of individuals, ministers, ministries, congregations, organizations, and denominations, demonstrating the practical unity of the body of Messiah by standing unequivocally for biblical truth, speaking with a community voice, and serving both the Hebraic heritage community and the church at large by means of corporate action, collaborative ministry, and strategic planning.

  • A Community of Welcome

    April 6, 2015

    HCGC is designed to be a biblical culture of welcome, exemplified by the open door. Our arms are open wide to every believer, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, or denominational affiliation.

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  • A Community of Equality

    April 6, 2015

    HCGC is a culture of equality based on the apostolic dictum: “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free man, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus (Galatians 3:28).

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  • A Community of Diversity

    April 6, 2015

    HCGC encourages great diversity in the various activities that believers can authentically manifest, so that in matters of faith and practice, every individual should be “fully persuaded in his own mind” (Romans 14:5).

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  • A Community of Fellowship

    April 6, 2015

    HCGC’s foremost identifying praxis is its commitment to fellowship, which fulfills the Beit Knesset (House of Meeting) function wherein the earliest Christians were characterized by mutuality and sharing (Acts 2:44).

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  • A Community of Study

    April 6, 2015

    HCGC’s second identifying praxis is its commitment to learning, which fulfills the Beit Midrash (House of Study) function in which the first believers “continued steadfast in the apostles’ teaching” (Acts 2:42).

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  • A Community of Prayer

    April 6, 2015

    HCGC’s third identifying praxis is its unwavering commitment to prayer, which fulfills the Beit Tefillah (House of Prayer) function in which the first Christians were a house of prayer for all people (Isaiah 56:7).

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  • A Community of Service

    April 6, 2015

    HCGC is a culture of service that reaches out to everyone in the communion of Christian faith and to the entire human family, extending the helping hand of love, serving one another (Galatians 5:13).

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  • A Community of Celebration

    April 6, 2015

    HCGC encourages joyous celebration of Hebraic Christianity, bringing together the Hebrew elements of praise and worship of biblical faith, fulfilling Jesus’ instruction for worship in Spirit and in truth (John 4:23).

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