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Our Next Worship Gathering at B’rit will be Monday, September 28, 2020 at 10:30 am

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(available now)

Watch the event replay of THE RETURN.

RSVP: Erev Yom Kippur (Sun, Sep 27th @ 6:30pm)

RSVP: Yom Kippur (Mon, Sep 28th @ 10:30am)

RSVP: Ne’ilah & Break Fast (Mon, Sep 28th @ 6:30pm)

Masks are required for everyone over the age of 12 when appropriate social distancing cannot be maintained per Shelby County Health Department guidance for places of worship (issued on Aug 24, 2020). 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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Fall Feasts 2020 (5781)

Masks are required for everyone over the age of 12 when appropriate social distancing cannot be maintained per Shelby County Health Department guidance for places of worship (issued on Aug 24, 2020). We will have masks available if you come without one, but please bring your own if you can.
To attend worship in person, please pre-register online (use the “RSVP” link beside the service). Please register only if you are sure you will be attending. Register anyone who will be coming with you.

— SEPTEMBER —
Yom Kippur – Mon, Sep 28th (begins evening of Sun, Sep 27th)
Yom Kippur Service – Mon, Sep 28th @ 10:30 am RSVP
Ne’ilah Service & Break Fast – Mon, Sep 28th @ 6:30 pm RSVP

— OCTOBER —
Sukkot – Sat, Oct 3rd through Fri, Oct 9th (begins evening of Fri, Oct 2nd)
Erev Sukkot Praise & Fellowship – Fri, Oct 2nd @ 6:30 pm
Sukkot Service – Sat, Oct 3rd @ 10:30 am


Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah – Sat, Oct 10th (begins evening of Fri, Oct 9th)
Shemini Atzeret Service – Sat, Oct 10th @ 10:30 am
Simchat Torah Service – Sat, Oct 10th @ 6:30 pm

Upcoming @ B'rit

Shabbat services have resumed, with some limitations
All other in-person activities remain canceled until further notice

— AUGUST —
The Forty Days of Repentance that end with Yom Kippur started with Rosh Chodesh Elul on the evening of Wed, Aug 19th.

— SEPTEMBER —
Yom Kippur – Mon, Sep 28th (begins evening of Sun, Sep 27th)
Zichron Mashiach (Remembrance of Messiah) – Mon, Sep 28th (after our Ne’ilah service)

— 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)
Zichron Mashiach (Remembrance of Messiah) – Sat, Oct 24th (after our Shabbat service)

Recent Posts

Jonah was a Prophet – Part 5

Part 5: ADONAI Responds with Miracles If you haven’t already read them, check out the earlier posts in this series: Part 1: What’s Jonah got to do with Elul? Part 2: Rebellion Part 3: Fathers Discipline Their Children Part 4: Jonah’s Response to the Father’s Discipline As chapter 2 winds up, we find Jonah’s deliverance being completed—by being vomited  by the ...

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 ...

Jonah was a Prophet – Part 4

Part 4: Jonah’s Response to the Father’s Discipline If you haven’t already read them, check out the earlier posts in this series: Part 1: What’s Jonah got to do with Elul? Part 2: Rebellion Part 3: Fathers Discipline Their Children Remember in Part 3, we discussed three ways we respond to our Father’s discipline: make light of it, become discouraged, ...

Jonah was a Prophet – Part 3

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Jonah was a Prophet – Part 2

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Recent Videos of Our Services

Erev Rosh HaShanah Service – September 18, 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 Erev Rosh HaShanah service. https://youtu.be/hehSJWMBjvI Please remember that our tithes & offerings are part ...

Shabbat Service – September 12, 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. When we “Go Live”, the link to the ...

Shabbat Service – September 5, 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. When we “Go Live”, the link to the ...

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Study His Word with Us

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

Ha’azinu: Deu 32:1-52; Hos 14:2(1)-10(9)*; Mic 7:18-20; Joel 2:15-27; Mt 18:21-25