Chameleon Church is a gathering of non-denominational / Spirit filled Believers of the Way
Established in the Hebrew Roots of our faith - Advocating the One New Man.
As partners with the Glory of Zion International Ministries out of Corinth, TX, Chameleon Church is recognized as a House of Zion for the purposes of fellowship, worship, training and ministry.
We believe in the physical manifestation of the Holy Spirit, here, on earth. We also believe in the supernatural giftings of this same Spirit, here, on earth. Mark 16:17-18 - 1 Corinthians 12, 14
Christianity was originally known as "The Way", a sect of Judaism (Acts 9:2, 24:14). These new believers were also known as Nazarenes (Acts 24:5) because they followed the man from Nazareth, Jesus.
Jesus was the prophesied Hebrew Messiah of Israel. The Apostle Paul taught that gentiles, non-Jewish peoples, are "grafted" into the Olive Tree of the House of Israel. Gentiles do not support the root of this tree, the root supports them. Romans 11
Without Christ, gentiles were aliens to Israel & strangers to their covenants of promise. Gentiles were brought near by the blood of Christ, who broke down the wall of separation between them through His death, creating in Himself one new man from the two. Ephesians 2:11-16
We obviously get a lot of questions thrown our way so we've listed just a sample. If you have one of your own, feel free to ask! You can address it to firstname.lastname@example.org
No, but we do love the Jewish people. We're just pursuing being scriptural. It just so happens that the two are synonymous which can lead to confusion. Jesus actually warns against those who say they are Jewish and are not. Revelation 2:9, 3:9
That's because we're busy imitating Jesus. This means we fraternize with the poor and homeless - drug addicts - prostitutes and tax collectors - the disenfranchised... and the occasional yuppie!
Sure! If you want to hang with a community in mutual respect for one another, awesome! If you're interested in causing drama, we'll sick the bouncers on ya!
No. He followed it and taught others to do so as well! Jesus and the New Testament writers taught against the traditions and customs that had developed around the Law. Too many verses to cite here. Come to our bible study and see for yourself!