Baruch HaShem

A Messianic Synagogue

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6304 Belt Line Rd, Dallas TX 75254

Children’s B’nei Mitzvah Program

The Children’s Jewish Studies class is designed for children who desire to become a Bar or Bat Mitzvah by fulfilling the mitzvah of making Aliyah to the TorahWhile all children ages 10-13 are invited to participate in the requirements of the program, only children of active members in good standing may make Aliyah to the Torah at Baruch HaShem. All children desiring to make Aliyah to the Torah must formally enroll in the program with the Children’s B’nei Mitzvah Program.

The Children’s B’nei Mitzvah program consists of 4 semesters of Hebrew, 4 semesters of Jewish Studies, and 6 months of Cantillation Training. Additionally, students must complete 1 year of approved community service. Students may begin their training by enrolling in Hebrew School at age 10. 

New student enrollment is contingent upon meeting all criteria for participation. All new and continuing students must attend the B’nei Mitzvah Program orientation in order to register their child for the next Jewish Studies Courses. (Students who do not have a desire to make Aliyah to the Torah may still enroll in Hebrew School at age 10 and the Jewish Studies Course at age 10 1/2.)


Required course of study:

Hebrew Courses:

  • Beginning Hebrew

  • T’filah 1

  • T’filah 2

  • Torah and T’filah 3

  • Cantillation Training

Jewish Studies:

The Bar/Bat Mitzvah student should be well informed as to G-d’s word concerning His plan and purpose for all creation. Creation was no accident. A personal, caring G-d created the universe. It is of greater importance that they know it was G-d who “created all things by Yeshua the Messiah” (Ephesians 3:9); and further, that “all things were created by Him, and for Him,” (Colossians 1:16) and that “of Him, and through Him, and to Him are all things” (Romans 11:36). The progression in Jewish studies ensures that students have a firm grasp on the Torah annual Torah portions and selected portions of Scripture. Throughout the 4 semesters students will learn Bible Study methods as they study through the various texts of Scripture. Additionally, students will build upon their journaling, writing, and speaking abilities as they work through their weekly assignments. 

Students will also learn about historical and modern-day Israel as they virtually “live” in assigned cities in the country through their 4 semesters. The course is comprehensive and includes all modalities of learning (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile).

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