A Vibrant Messianic Jewish Community

Welcome to B’rit Hadasha!
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Join us for Yom Kippur
Tue, Oct 4th at 6:30 pm
Wed, Oct 5th at 10:30 am & 6:30 pm

Register now for Sukkot Family Camping
Oct 14th-16th @ St. Columba

Our Next Worship Service will be
Sat, Oct 8th at 10:30 am

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Location Details

Upcoming @ B'rit

— OCTOBER —
40 Days of Repentance (Rosh Chodesh Elul thru Yom Kippur)

~ Shabbat Worship Service ~
Shabbat Shuvah – Sat, Oct 1 @ 10:30 am

~ Yom Kippur Services ~
Kol Nidre (Evening) – Tue, Oct 4 @ 6:30 pm
Boker (Morning) – Wed, Oct 5 @ 10:30 am
Ne’ilah (Evening) – Wed, Oct 5 @ 6:30 pm
Zichron Mashiach (Remembrance of Messiah)
(at the end of the Ne’ilah service)

~ Shabbat Worship Service ~
Sat, Oct 8 @ 10:30 am

~ Sukkot Services ~
Erev (Evening) – Sun, Oct 9 @ 6:30 pm
Boker (Morning) – Mon, Oct 10 @ 10:30 am

~ Sukkot Family Camping ~
Fri, Oct 14 – Sun, Oct 16 @ St. Columba
Click here for more info and to register

~ Shabbat Worship Service ~
Sat, Oct 15 @ 10:30 am

~ Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah Service ~
Mon, October 17 @ 6:30 pm

~ Shabbat Worship Service ~
Sat, Oct 22 @ 10:30 am

~ Shabbat Worship Service ~
Sat, Oct 29 @ 10:30 am
Kaddish for September (at the end of our Shabbat service)

Recent Posts

WOR: Abraham Set Right by Faith

Abraham Set Right by Faith – Rom 4:1-12 So we have established in the first three chapters of Romans that “all have sinned,” but that ADONAI has made a way to salvation through Messiah Yeshua. Chapter three ended by wondering if that has made irrelevant all that the LORD said and did in the Hebrew Scriptures before ...

WOR: How G-d Accepts Us

How G-d Accepts Us – Rom 3:21-31 By now as we should have seen, Paul has made his point.  What is his point?  Everyone is on the same footing when standing before G-d in the final judgment.  Next, Paul is going to introduce some good news. If all have sinned, Jew and Gentile, then ADONAI has made a ...

WOR: No One Is Acceptable

No One Is Acceptable – Rom 3:1-20 So if Gentiles, while remaining Gentiles, can inherit the Kingdom, what then is the advantage of the Jew? Paul is addressing the thought that to “Inherit the Kingdom,” Gentiles had to convert and become Jews, as was the common thought in the first century. The irony should not escape us that, ...

WOR: Jewish People Fall Short Too

Jewish People Fall Short Too – Rom 2:17-29 One thing that is vital to understanding and applying Romans is that, in Paul’s letter, there are two “kinds” of Jews in view: (1) natural-born Jews and (2) God-fearing Gentiles who have undergone ritual conversion to Judaism to become proselytes. And in this portion, we need to understand that ...

WOR: G-d’s Judgment on Unrighteousness

G-d’s Judgment on Unrighteousness – Rom 2:1-16 Sha’ul, in the first chapter of Romans, told us that people seek the lowest level in life unless there is something that comes to turn us around.  Reminding us of the final result in Judgement, he tells us what can turn this around. There is depravity unless people come ...

WOR: Yet All Are Guilty

Yet All Are Guilty – Rom 1:18-32 Sha’ul, Paul, begins his explanation of how we are to walk with a background of how all are guilty. He highlights how all of us, even the pagan Gentiles, have known better. Elder John takes us on this journey of descent in three stages. Paul makes it clear that ...

WOR: Introducing Paul and His Message

Introducing Paul and His Message – Rom 1:1-7 Rav Sha’ul’s (or Paul’s—remember his name was never changed) letter to the Romans can be dated with some confidence to the winter of 56-57 CE. This puts it towards the end of his 3rd missionary journey (probably from Corinth). It was written to the community in Rome as a ...

Walking Out Romans

Starting in June 2022, we have been studying Paul’s epistle to the Romans. At the encouragement of several people, and as we enter the season of the Fall Feasts and take a brief break from the series, we are going to be publishing a series of posts that highlight the messages and make them easier ...

The King is in the Field

In the month of Elul, as we approach the High Holy Days, there is an idea in Judaism that this is the time when the “King is in the field.” The metaphor comes from Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, who lived in the late 18th century.  He tells us that the king is generally in the capital ...

Yeshua in the Fall Feasts

Messages shared during the services for the High Holy Days and the Fall Feasts will place the LORD’s “appointed times” for Fall into a Messianic context with Yeshua the Messiah at the center. It’s our prayer that you will connect with these special times that were ordained by the LORD Himself, in a new and deeper… ...

Ukraine Relief

Please continue to pray for the people of Ukraine:
G-d of grace and mercy, bring peace and protect the lives that are at risk, especially the most vulnerable—children, elderly people, and other non-combatants.

Please give generously to Emergency Relief for Ukraine through these trusted ministries:
Messiah’s Mandate
Reach Initiative International

Study His Word with Us

Read the weekly portion (parashah) along with our community.
Join us Saturdays for Torah Study on Zoom at 9:00 am
(details are in our email newsletter).

Ha’azinu: Deu 32:1-52; 2Sa 22:1-51; Jn 6:26-35