A Vibrant Messianic Jewish Community

Welcome to B’rit Hadasha!
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No Worship Service on Campus
Saturday, September 25, 2021

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No live stream this week because we are camping

Masks are highly recommended for everyone over the age of 2 while indoors, regardless of vaccination status, per the Shelby County Health Department (Health Order No. 24, amended Aug 19, 2021).

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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).

Chol HaMoed Sukkot: Exo 33:12-34:26; Num 29:17-22; Ezk 38:18-39.16; Jn 7:1-52

Upcoming @ B'rit

Sukkot Community Camping – Fri, Sep 24th to Sun, Sep 26th (registration closed)

Sh’mini Atzeret/Simchat Torah Service – Tue, Sep 28th @ 6:30 pm

Kaddish – Sat, Oct 2nd (at the end of our Shabbat service)
Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan – Wed, Oct 6th (begins evening of Tue, Oct 5th)
Zichron Mashiach (Remembrance of Messiah) – Sat, Oct 9th (at the end of our Shabbat service)

Guest Speaker: Roeh Todd Westphal – Sat, Oct 16th @ 10:30 am

Kaddish – Sat, Oct 30th (at the end of our Shabbat service)

Rosh Chodesh Kislev – Fri, Nov 5th (begins evening of Thu, Nov 4th)
Zichron Mashiach (Remembrance of Messiah) – Sat, Nov 6th (at the end of our Shabbat service)
Kaddish – Sat, Nov 27th (at the end of our Shabbat service)

Chanukah – Mon, Nov 29th through Mon, Dec 6th (begins at sunset on Sun, Nov 28th; ends at nightfall on Mon, Dec 6th)
Rosh Chodesh Tevet – Sat, Dec 4th (begins evening of Fri, Dec 3rd)

Chanukah Party – Sat, Dec 4th (tentative date)

Zichron Mashiach (Remembrance of Messiah) – Sat, Dec 11th (at the end of our Shabbat service)

Fall Feasts

Eighth Day of Assembly

Sh’mini Atzeret or “Eighth Assembly” (in the seven-day festival of Sukkot) begins on Sunday evening. It is the final, great celebration day of the feast and it is a Shabbat and we have a commanded Eighth day of Assembly. For seven days you are to bring an offering by fire to ADONAI. The eighth ...

Bury the Dead Body!

The celebration of Rosh HaShanah (or Yom Teruah) contains an interesting tradition. Jewish people take themselves to the sea, or any body of flowing water, and symbolically cast their sins, in the form of bread or crackers, into the water to be carried away. This is called “tashlich” which means “cast off.” The Tashlich ceremony ...

What about Repentance?

Repent is a confusing word. It is one of those English words that has more than one meaning. One meaning is “to feel regret” or “to feel sorry.” A strong regret, but still primarily a feeling. We see this usage in the King James Version of the Bible in places such as “God repented that ...

Forty Days

The Forty Days of Repentance have started. The Jewish world is preparing for the High Holy Days, but some of you may be wondering, “What does this have to do with us, the followers of Messiah Yeshua?” For hasn’t our Messiah: …entered into the Holies once for all—not by the blood of goats and calves but ...

Preaching from the Word

Come and hear teaching from G-d’s Word every Shabbat. Browse the archive to watch, listen to and download sermons.

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Update (Nov 4, 2020): Messages from our current series on the Gospel of John are available in our Podcast. The videos for all our services since Mar 14, 2020 are available here.