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.  

Worship

Regular weekly Shabbat Services, 

High Holy Day and Festival Services

Study

Destination>>>Judaism Course

Beginners Hebrew

Regular Scripture Studies

Service

Support for projects in Israel

Support for Synagogues, Schools and orphans in Africa

B'Nai Maccabim has a New Venue...

Our Shabbat Services (Saturday mornings beginning at 11.30am) will be held at:

ALLUM LANE COMMUNITY CENTRE

2 ALLUM LANE, BOREHAMWOOD WD6 3PJ

 

We are meeting in the Manor House which is immediately on your right as you enter through the gates. There is a carpark facing the Manor House. For those travelling by public transport, the bus and train station are facing the venue, across the road and over the bridge.

Sukkot message from B'Nai Maccabim

Sukkot message from Beit HaTorah

Sanctifying and Being Sanctified
Rabbi Asher
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MP4 video/audio file [22.0 MB]

NEWS

Updates and news items

Roll Out the Barrel

Limited Offer

We have sourced a new and inexpensive means of providing for our orphans in Kenya! 

 

We can send items such as clothes, shoes, stationery, baby supplies, non-perishable foods... anything really, in barrels like the one pictured here. 

 

The empty barrel is delivered straight to our Rabbi's door, where we can pack it full of items. It is then collected and delivered straight to Rabbi Chaim's door in Kenya! An unbelievable blessing.

 

Those who are able to join us at services can make donations of goods directly to us. If you would like to give a donation so that we can buy necressary items, please do so by transferring or paying funds directly into our account (sort code 20-05-73, Acc no 63469913) with the reference 'BARREL'                                                                                                         Many thanks!

 

FIRST MAIZE CROP

Discount: up to 15% OFF

We recently raised funds to help Rabbi Chaim and our mishpoucha in Kenya to rent a field in order to plant maize.  They were very excited to tell us that they had a good first crop. Baruch haShem!

Chag Sukkot - חג סוכות

Also known as Chag HaAsif - חג האסיף - Festival of Ingathering

Leviticus 23:33-44 describes Chag Sukkot, the Festival of Booths is one of the Three Pilgrimage Festivals (שלוש רגלים‎, shalosh regalim) on which we were commanded to make a pilgrimage to the Temple.  

 

Today we build sukkot in our gardens - or in public areas for communal use - reminding us of the temporary dwellings that we lived in while we wandered in the desert. In addition, we take (wave) the lulav and etrog - consisting of:

the etrog (אתרוג‎) – the fruit of a citron tree
the lulav (לולב‎) – a ripe, green, closed frond from a date palm tree
hadass (הדס‎) – leaves from the myrtle tree
aravah (ערבה‎) – leaves from the willow tree

 

        ברוך אתה ה‘ אלקינו מלך העולם אשר קדשנו במצותיו וצונו על נטילת לולב

Barukh atah Adonai Eloheinu melekh ha'olam asher kid'shanu b'mitzvotav v'tzivanu al netilat lulav.

 

"Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the Universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments and has commanded us concerning the waving of the lulav."

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