A Vibrant Messianic Jewish Community

Our Next Worship Gathering at B’rit will be
Saturday, August 8, 2020

Click here to watch our Live Stream
(available at 10:30 am CT)
 
RSVP for Worship (Aug 8th)

Masks are now required for everyone over the age of 12 (per Memphis Mask Ordinance) and in line with guidance from the Governor’s Executive Order and the Shelby County Health Department Directives. We will have masks available if you come without one, but please bring your own if you can.
To accommodate those interested in attending worship in person, we need you to pre-register online (use the “RSVP” button above). Please register only if you are sure you will be attending. Register anyone who will be coming with you.

 
 
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Upcoming @ B'rit

Shabbat services resumed on July 18, 2020, following the SCHD guidelines and Memphis city ordinance(s)
All other in-person activities remain canceled until further notice

Torah Study – every Sat 9:00-10:00 am CT on Zoom

Shabbat Services – every Sat @ 10:30 am CT in-person (pre-registration required); available via live stream on the website (see above)

Chavurah – meeting throughout the week via Zoom
(contact your leaders for day/time and Zoom details)

— August —
Inquirers Class #3 – Thu, Aug 6th @ 6:30-8:00 pm via Zoom
Inquirers Class #4 – Thu, Aug 13th @ 6:30-8:00 pm via Zoom
Rosh Chodesh Elul – Thu, Aug 20th (begins evening of Wed, Aug 19th)

— September —
Rosh Hashanah (Rosh Chodesh Tishrei) – Sat, Sep 19th (begins evening of Fri, Sep 18th)
Yom Kippur – Mon, Sep 28th (begins evening of Sun, Sep 27th)

— October —
Sukkot – Sat, Oct 3rd through Fri, Oct 9th (begins evening of Fri, Oct 2nd)
Hoshana Rabbah – Fri, Oct 9th (begins evening of Thu, Oct 8th)
Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah – Sat, Oct 10th (begins evening of Fri, Oct 9th)
Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan – Mon, Oct 19th (begins evening of Sun, Oct 18th)

Recent Posts

Shabbat Service – August 1, 2020

Welcome to B’rit Hadasha! Because of the current limits that have been placed on the number of people that can assemble, we are live streaming our Shabbat morning worship service. The video from that live stream is embedded below. https://youtu.be/xLAVic89T8k Please remember that our tithes & offerings are part of our worship. You can click here to ...

Ponder the Wonder

Psalm 1 begins by talking about how blessed is the man who delights in G-d’s law and who meditates on it day and night.  I would like us to take a minute and look at verse 3 that describes this man. He will be like a tree firmly planted by streams of water, Which yields its fruit in its ...

Shabbat Service – July 25, 2020

LORD willing, it is July 25th, 2020, and you are here to watch the live-stream of our Shabbat worship service… and there is actually something here for you to see! Shabbat Shalom! https://youtu.be/wdiwrpcypO0?autoplay=1 Please remember that our tithes & offerings are part of our worship. You can click here to make your donation online (opens in ...

Shabbat Service – July 18, 2020

LORD willing, it is July 18th, 2020, and you are here to watch the live-stream of our Shabbat worship service… and there is actually something here for you to see! Shabbat Shalom! https://youtu.be/qK9D-ZJSy1Y Please remember that our tithes & offerings are part of our worship. You can click here to make your donation online (opens in ...

Shabbat Service – July 11, 2020

On Thursday, July 9, 2020, B’rit Hadasha continued its phased reopening. A team of volunteers recorded the service to share with our community on Shabbat morning, Saturday, July 11, 2020. LORD willing, we expect this to be the last time we record on Erev Erev Shabbat for our Shabbat morning service. Starting Saturday, July 18, 2020, ...

Shabbat Service – July 4, 2020

On Thursday, July 2, 2020, B’rit Hadasha continued its phased reopening. A team of volunteers recorded the service to share with our community on Shabbat morning, Saturday, July 4, 2020. https://youtu.be/Y83QnQBjiUE Please remember that our tithes & offerings are part of our worship. You can click here to make your donation online (opens in another tab so ...

A Second Passover

Second Month Passover, also know as Pesach Sheni, appears in Parashat Beha’alotcha. In Numbers 9, we read about a group of men “could not celebrate Passover because of being defiled by a dead body.” (Num 9:6) They came to inquire of Moses about their situation since their performance of a good deed (a mitzvah) had ...

Study His Word with Us

Read the weekly portion (parashah) along with our community. Join us Saturdays for Torah Study at 9:00 am.

Ekev: Deu 7:12-11:25; Isa 49:14-51:3; Mt 16:13-20