About Our Community

We are a Torah Observant Jewish centered congregation that practices and teaches Torah Judaism. Our calling and focus are in character building called “Musar”. We believe that all humans have the ability to change their character traits to a more positive way of being that effects not only their internal peace but also those around them. Change is not easy, but it can all change. With the help of Hashem through Torah Judaism and Musar, a person can free themselves from their thoughts that keep them captive. Hashem provides redemption for humans who desire it, and it is all revealed in His Torah (Oral and Written) and in the powerful teachings of Musar. It is in these premises that FOTW stands.
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Our Beliefs & Values

We are a Torah Observant Community that teaches Torah Judaism. This means that our foundation is in the Tanach. We teach the core value of Judaism, which is, the removal of Idolatry worship, righteous justice within the community, and loving our neighbor as our self. Judaism believes in true Monotheism.  Our headquarters organization is located in Jerusalem, Israel. We are overseen by a board of Rabbinical Rabbis that help with Torah teachings and coaching for our community.

Torah Observant Community

No Idols

We believe that there is ONE TRUE God, the God of Israel. Therefore, we reject any “Trinity” concept or eastern philosophies.

Righteous Justice

We believe that learning to dwell as a community requires biblical justice outlined in the Tanach. This means extending equity to all individuals. 


We believe that understanding God’s Peace allows us to experience healthy relationships and share the essence of God’s Shalom with others. 


We are called to repent from our idolatry (defined by Gods Word) with pure heart. We then embrace one another to foster the change we need from within through mutual accountability. 


We are a congregation of order & accountability. This means that there are due process when handling weighty matters and conflict that can arise. We have an internal beit-din that helps in decision making.