Lapid Judaism as a movement, is defined as Yeshua-Centered Judaism. It is a return, restoration and revival of the original faith of Moshiach and His Talmidim (deciples). Lapid is a tradition with its roots in the Orthodox tradition and its soul linked to the Chassidic movement. We are distinct from the so-called "messianic Judaism" in that we have a unique focus of being Torah-true and Messiah Yeshua centered. For the Lapidnic, the Torah is not just relevant, it's authoritative. The commandment is Divine and the fulfillment a great joy. the Lapidnic observes the Torah in the same manner that our Master Yeshua did, Jewishly. Our motivation is both to live aas He lived (be faithful Talmudic) and to connect ourselves to the Divine by observing the mitzvot (commandments).
A Lapid House is a branch of Sar Shalom Synagogue which is the flagship synagogue of the Lapid movement. A Lapid house is a place where like minded believers gather together to worship and fellowship.