Movement for Covenant Judaism B'Nai Maccabim Synagogue Beit Hatorah Synagogue
Movement for Covenant JudaismB'Nai Maccabim SynagogueBeit Hatorah Synagogue

Welcome - and thanks for visiting our website!

We are the Movement for Covenant Judaism. We believe that all of the covenants forged by G-d with our people are eternal, offering us a hope and a purpose, and that this includes the Messianic Covenant. We believe and are convinced that His promise of a Messiah, enabling us to be reconciled to Him, was fulfilled in the person of Yeshua.


We are focussed on living our lives in accordance with the Jewish Scriptures, observing Shabbat, and the Festivals and life-cycle events as commanded in Torah


Our Shabbat services are open to anyone from any background and we are delighted to welcome all visitors. We are a small congregation and you can be sure of a warm reception. 

Please click on one of our Synagogue Links above for more information
B'Nai Maccabim is in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire
Beit Hatorah is in East Kilbride, Lanarkshire


If you are truly seeking to meet with G-d, then be assured that He is ready and waiting to meet with you.  


Regular weekly Shabbat Services, 

High Holy Day and Festival Services


Destination>>>Judaism Course

Beginners Hebrew

Regular Scripture Studies


Support for projects in Israel

Support for Synagogues, Schools and orphans in Africa

This Week's Sermon from B'Nai Maccabim

You can view this week's sermon in video format by clicking on the link below:





This Week's Sermons from Beit HaTorah

Know and Establish
Rabbi Asher Sidaway
Know and Establish D'varim 4-7.mp4
MP4 video/audio file [23.3 MB]

Coronavirus - Update - please click on the link in the menu bar above

Please, in this time of crisis - we MUST obey the Government Directives                                                                                       

  1. Romans 13:1 - Everyone is to obey the governing authorities. For there is no authority that is not from God, and the existing authorities have been placed where they are by God.          
  2. 1 Sh'mon Kefa 2: 13-16 -  For the sake of the L-rd, submit yourselves to every human authority - whether to the emperor as being supreme, or to governors as being sent by him to punish the wrongdoers and praise those who do what is good. For it is G-d's will that your doing good should silence the ignorant talk of foolish people. Submit as people who are free, but not letting your freedom serve as an excuse for evil; rather, submit as G-d's slaves.                                                                                                                                                        

This is not in ANY WAY a lack of Faith in G-d's protection - we must simply take responsibility for others.  We are encouraging everyone, not just our Synagogue members, to consider the following:


  1. We have absolute faith in G-d and, should any of us become sick or die, we know that we have a future and a hope, but not everyone has that hope and we should take precautions for their sakes if not for ours.
  2. We know that times are difficult and that some people will feel deperately isolated. Please, do NOT be tempted to visit those with underlying illnesses, those over 70, or those who are pregnant. Your well-meaning kind concern could kill.
  3. THINK! - by the time you are showing symptoms, you will already have been infectious to anyone you have been in contact with.
  4. THINK! - some healthy people NEVER HAVE any symptoms but STILL have the virus and are passing it around. 
  5. This is the time to pick up the phone, send emails, start a neighbouhood support group on Facebook - or, if you really can't manage without face to face contact, stand outside and talk to each other from a distance or even on the phone while you can see each other.
  6. Be available IF you are under 70 and healthy, to shop for those who are temporarily house-bound. Leave the delivery on their step, ring the bell and step well back, as our postal and other delivery people are instructed to do.



יְבָרֶכְךָ יְהוָה וְיִשְׁמְרֶךָ  יָאֵר יְהוָה פָּנָיו אֵלֶיךָ וִיחֻנֶּךָּ יִשָּׂא יְהוָה פָּנָיו אֵלֶיךָ וְיָשֵׂם לְךָ שָׁלוֹם 


Y'varek'kha ADONAI v'yish'merekha. Ya'eir ADONAI panav eileikha vichunekha.

Yissa ADONAI panav eilekha v'yaseim l'kha shalom.


May ADONAI bless you, and keep You. May ADONAI make His face to sine upon you and show you His favour.

May ADONAI lift up His face toward you and give you peace


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