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Our Mission

Our mission is to create a strong network of businesses that share the values of Orthodox Judaism and the acceptance of Moshiach. We promote and assist businesses that foster, support, and uplift one another while adhering to the shared core beliefs and practices.

Need help?

If you need help with setting up an organization or improving your organization, then let us know! We are here to help or get you connected with a partner that can. All the services we offer are free of charge, but our in-house resources are limited. The larger OMU grows, the more resources we can offer to help businesses succeed.

Our Beliefs & Values

13 Fundamental Principles

1. Belief in the existence of the Creator, who is perfect in every manner of existence and is the Primary Cause of all that exists.

2. The belief in G‑d's absolute and unparalleled unity.

3. The belief in G‑d's non-corporeality, nor that He will be affected by any physical occurrences, such as movement, or rest, or dwelling.

4. The belief in G‑d's eternity.

5. The imperative to worship G‑d exclusively and no foreign false gods.

6. The belief that G‑d communicates with man through prophecy.

7. The belief in the primacy of the prophecy of Moses our teacher.

8. The belief in the divine origin of the Torah.

9. The belief in the immutability of the Torah.

10. The belief in G‑d's omniscience and providence.

11. The belief in divine reward and retribution.

12. The belief in the arrival of the Messiah and the messianic era.

13. The belief in the resurrection of the dead.

Messianic Principles

1. Belief in that the Messiah is an agent of G-d, but not G-d Himself.

2. The belief that Messiah is, was, or will be in alignment with the Halachah of Orthodox Judaism.

3. The belief in the divinity and authority of the Oral Torah & Written Torah.

Missionary / AntiMissionary Principles

1. No one should promote conversion out of Judaism.

2. No one should insist that Gentiles must convert to Judaism.

3. Jews and Gentiles have separate roles and functions within G-d's plan, and each is to be respected as a valuable part. Each is to respect their own boundaries.

4. No one should turn away Jew or Gentile on the basis of belief or disbelief in a Messiah of past, present, or future in accordance with the Messianic Principles. Including but not limited to attendance, mikveh, & conversion.

5. One must not cause another to stumble in sin. There are some things permitted to Gentiles which are forbidden to Jews, and some things permitted to Jews and forbidden to Gentiles. Thus, you must forbid that which is forbidden and do not persuade against that which is commanded respectively.

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