Beit Simcha offers various bible studies and other classes on Shabbat afternoons as well as during the week.
For children, during Shabbat morning services, Beit Simcha offers nursery for toddlers, Shabbat school, and Hebrew classes preparing for bar or bat mitzvah. Our b’nei and banot mitzvot consistently remain committed to the values of our congregation into adulthood.
Every Shabbat after oneg (our delightful lunch), Rabbi Glenn leads a Messianic Jewish Foundations class covering basic Messianic Jewish beliefs and practices, grounded in Scripture. This class is required for membership, but all are welcome to drop in.
Twice a month, Rabbi Glenn and Rebbitzin Pamela lead a Bible study in their home. (Rabbi Glenn served as the Literary Editor for the Tree of Life Version of the Bible.) All are welcome; all are invited to bring their Bible questions for discussion.
Every 4th Shabbat, after oneg, Rebbitzin Pamela leads a Torah parsha study exploring the reading from the annual cycle.
The Chazzan (cantor) Beckie offers a Hebrew class based on learning the blessings in the Siddur (prayer book) three Shabbats a month after oneg.
David Krasner leads a Becoming One class, seeking to remove barriers between Christians, Jews and Messianic Jews. It”s also an excellent class to bring to churches.
Rebbitzin Pamela offers a Messianic dance class (based on Israeli circle dance) after oneg (around 1:30pm), the 2nd and 3rd Shabbats of the month.
The congregation also offers discipleship, which includes one-on-one accountability and lessons in spiritual growth.
Contact us if you would like more information about any of our Bible studies or classes.