Men's Group
At Congregation B'nai Maccabim men gather together to learn in various areas to grow more in the understand of the scriptures, traditional worship and the Hebrew language. Studying together gives us a place for discussion and application of what we are learning. We can share real-life stories of how the scriptures has impacted us, share struggles of faith, an answered prayer and many more. As we learn together, we strive to live out our daily lives as per scripture. Due to COVID all our classes are online on zoom.

Book Study Class - We choose a book from prominent authors either in the Messianic or Traditional Jewish communities and study the book going through a group of chapters or sections once a month and discuss it in reference to the scriptures. Currently we are studying, "Anatomy of the Soul," by Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.

Hebrew Class - Learning Hebrew from "The New Siddur Program or Hebrew and Heritage." We are currently studying Hebrew from the level 2 book, which features shoresh words (root words) from which more complex words may be constructed. This aids in the understanding of the Torah, the Ketuvim, and the N'vaim as well as certain prayers in the siddur.

Liturgical Class - A study of liturgical pieces that will aid those interesting in the acquisition of cantoral skills that will aid in service for those who wish to serve in some capacity as a cantor at our weekly Shabbat services.

If you are interested in learning with our men's group contact us.

Hebrew 3: 1-6

1. Therefore, holy brothers and sisters, partners in a heavenly calling, take notice of Yeshua—the Emissary and Kohen Gadol we affirm. 2. He was faithful to the One who appointed Him in His house—as was Moses also. [a] 3. For He has been considered worthy of more glory than Moses, even as the builder of the house has more honor than the house. 4. For every house is built by someone, but the builder of all things is God. 5. Now Moses surely was faithful in all God’s house as a servant, for a witness of things to be spoken later. 6. But Messiah, as Son, is over God’s house—and we are His house, if we hold firm to our boldness and what we are proud to hope.