Inquirer’s Class (Current Class: 20 April 2013 - 15 June 2013)
This class is a open to anyone who is interested in learning more about the vision and purpose of Brit Hadasha and is a pre-requisite for becoming a member in our community. Contact the office to find out the next scheduled Inquirer's class.
Shabbat school classes are held regularly for the children, who are divided up into groups for age-appropriate lessons during the sermon portion of the service.
Torah study is held every Saturday at 9:00am in the Oneg Room. This one hour weekly class is a discussion group covering the weekly Torah readings. Click here to view the Torah reading schedule.
Topical studies are periodically held as well. These types of devotionals involve studying a theme or topic from a published book dealing with that issue from a Biblical perspective. Some of the books/topics that we've covered include: The Bait of Satan by John Bevere (bitterness), Under Cover by John Bevere (spiritual authority), and Hearing God by Larry Kreider (prayer). Our men have studied the book Wild at Heart by John Eldredge while our women studied Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World by Joanna Weaver.
Jewish studies are important to us also. Some of the classes we have held include Hebrew language workshops, Introduction to Jewish liturgy, classes on various Jewish holidays & customs, HaYesod (Torah 101), and Introduction to Rabbinic Literature: Pirkei Avot.
Other classes are offered from time to time such as Israeli dance workshops, membership/inquirer's classes, and miscellaneous lectures covering a variety of topics. Check back often or call our office for any upcoming classes