Per the CDC's advice, we are cancelling gatherings of 10 or more people. This includes: our Sunday gathering, Men's and Women's fellowships, and all Mezze gatherings.

We encourage everyone to listen to our recent sermon on Psalm 46, finding peace in times of chaos.


we gather sunday mornings

10:00am – 11:20am
Tikvat David Messianic Synagogue
625 Hembree Pkwy, Suite B, Roswell, GA. 30076

Arriving with kids?

GREAT! We love Kids!

Please note: We are not offering supervised childcare at this time. We do have space for children to play (with a guardian) and they are welcome in our large group gathering.

We hope to provide childcare for infants/Preschool through Kindergarten grade again soon.

When we resume children’s ministry we will offer this resource. Click here to pre-register your child through our secure KIDCHECK system


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Towns across America believe Live, Work, Play defines the whole person.

As Christians, we see these three ideas reflected in the Bible. “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” – Matthew 22:37-39

Therefore, we worship and enjoy God with all our “heart, soul, and mind” … or in other words, as we “live, work, and play.”

Learn More

Learn more below about the connection between the ideal of “live, work, play” and God’s call on the whole person in “heart, soul, mind.”


Mission: to be a Gospel Centered, Outward-Facing Church with a Passion to see Christ’s Kingdom Flourish in our community and surrounding region.

Vision: To worship and enjoy God as we Live Work and Play.

Because growing in the Christian faith requires giving and receiving, we want you to have a place of belonging: A place where you are known, cared for, and able to serve well.

Furthermore, the difference between Mission and Vision is “distance.”

In general:

  • Our Mission statement is a long-term goal
  • Our Vision statement is a guide for our daily activities

Whether you’re new to church or have been attending for years, we’re convinced your life begins in the boundless waters of the Gospel.

Meet the Oaks
Brian Oaks is pastor of Christ Fellowship Church in Roswell, GA. He is married to Heather and together they have three children.

Brian was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. He met Heather (also from Birmingham) during his final semester at Auburn University. He was preparing to enter the Mission field and she had another year of school remaining. As a result, their relationship was forced to grow across ocean waters. After he returned, they were married in the spring of 2001.

The first year of marriage

Because they both love the mountains, Western North Carolina became home for the first steps of their marriage. Brian worked in sales and Heather taught in a local private school. Soon the season in North Carolina came to an end and they returned to Birmingham.

Then came the call to Pastoral Ministry

Before serving at a local PCA Church, Brian started his own business. Those years in the marketplace were fruitful. However, Brian’s passion for discipleship could no longer be ignored. So he enrolled in seminary at Beeson Divinity in Birmingham, Alabama. Since that time Brian and Heather have served together in multiple Churches for over 15 years.