What a fascinating story! A group of German Christians moved to Israel in the early 1960s, forming a community and contributing to the nation’s growth. Read the full story HERE. The term “Hebrew Roots” never comes up, but it sounds like that descriptive term would fit their type of faith. The article states:
Their belief is powerful in its simplicity, espousing a literal reading of the Old and New Testaments, without interpretations or commentary. There are no churches or Christian religious symbols, no crosses, and they observe Saturday as their day of worship and rest.