Baruch HaShem

A Messianic Synagogue

Shabbat Services 10:40am

6304 Belt Line Rd, Dallas TX 75254

Hebrew Education


Hebrew Department Vision Statement


Hebrew School begins Sunday, January 22.

There is no online registration this semester.

All registration will take place at BHS on Sunday, January 22, from 9:00am-10:00am, before classes begin at 10:00am.

Please contact Terri Harper below for course descriptions and registration information.


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NOTE: The following is general information. Please contact the Hebrew Department above for course descriptions and registration information specific to the Spring 2017 semester. (There is no Beginning Hebrew class for Spring 2017.)


Beginning Hebrew
(Students who have taken Children’s Alef Bet will need to begin the Adult track with Beginning Hebrew)

This first course in the Adult Hebrew Program is intended for beginning Hebrew students. The course will teach the fundamentals of Biblical Hebrew grammar, how to read phonetically, proper enunciation, script writing, and the vocabulary of Tehillim 119. At the conclusion of the course, the student will be able to read the Biblical text with ease.

Prayers & Blessings
Prerequisite: Beginning Hebrew

This introductory course to Hebrew liturgy prepares the beginning Hebrew student to fully participate in the Baruch HaShem Shabbat service with literacy and comprehension. This course provides a brief overview of the history, origin, and significance of the prayers and blessings that are prayed in the Baruch HaShem Messianic Jewish worship service.

Torah Scroll - Leviticus 1

Biblical Hebrew 1A
Prerequisite: Prayers & Blessings

This course provides instruction in the first 10 of the 30 lessons that will be taught in Biblical Hebrew. It is designed to provide a simple, straightforward method that will enable students to learn basic grammar rules and vocabulary.  The student will continue to develop their oral reading skills through reading the weekly Torah portion.

Biblical Hebrew 1B
Prerequisite: Biblical Hebrew 1A

This course is a continuation of Biblical Hebrew 1A and builds on the foundation provided in that course. Students can expect to broaden their knowledge of grammatical rules/application, vocabulary, and fluency in reading.  Additionally, students will begin to develop proper translation skills.

Biblical Hebrew 1C
Prerequisite: Biblical Hebrew 1B

This course is the last of the Biblical Hebrew grammar courses offered.  Students will learn additional verb forms, build a vocabulary of words found in the Tanach, and continue the development of proper translation skills.

*Modern Hebrew is not offered at this time.*


Torah Scroll - Leviticus 1 B


Shalom Uvrachah*
Age 9+ (No exceptions are made to the age requirement)

Students will learn the Alef Bet, utilizing decoding skills from key cultural words and concepts.  They will also learn to write in script, and read key prayers and blessings; including the Shema, V’ahavta, and Aleinu.  The course will also enable the student to build a dictionary of 80 cultural words.

T’filah 1*
Age 9+Prerequisite: Shalom Uvrachah

Utilizing skills learned in Shalom Uvrachah, the student will continue building their Hebrew vocabulary.  During this course they will become fluent in reading and writing as they study some of the Shabbat and Holy Day blessings.

T’filah 2*

Age 10+Prerequisite: T’filah 1

Building upon the skills acquired in Shalom Uvrachah and T’filah 1, the student will continue the development of their language and comprehension skills.  They will learn to read, write, and understand increasingly difficult sentences.  Additionally, the student will learn the seven blessings in the Shabbat morning Amidah, while uncovering Jewish values and virtues such as humility, acts of loving kindness, showing appreciation, and more.

Torah and T’filah 2*

Prerequisite: Shalom Ivrit2/T’filah 2

This is the last of the required courses for those enrolled in the Bar/Bat Mitzvah Program.  The student will learn prayers from the Shabbat morning Torah service and other prayers, including the Aleinu, Kaddish, and Ein Keloheinu. The student will also learn to read the Torah script as well as learn the cantillation melody that will be used in reading their Bar/Bat Mitzvah Torah portion.

Children’s B’nei Mitzvah Cantillation Tutorial

In preparation for their Bar/Bat Mitzvah, the B’nei Mitzvah Coordinator will assign the student a tutor to learn their Torah portion.  Please click here to request more information.


* NOTE: Required courses for Bar/Bat Mitzvah students.

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