Welcome Worship and Hebraic dance
The Torah teaching follows the weekly assigned Torah portion readings and is taught by various speakers from the fellowship.
Children’s and Youth classes are offered during this 4:00 pm teaching time.
“Havdalah,” Hebrew for “separation,” is a ceremony that marks the end of Shabbat and ushers in the new week. Shabbat ends on Saturday evening when the sun sets. After Havdalah is completed, it is customary to bless one another with the words, “Shavua tov!” which means “Have a good week!” in Hebrew.
The music during our times of worship includes voices and various instruments to create an atmosphere of worship from a Hebraic perspective. Some of the music played is original pieces, composed by congregants.
Hebraic dance is performed through beginner steps and choreographed dances that are enjoyed during the times of worship. All who would like to worship The Lord through dance are encouraged to join in.
Biblical Feast Days are observed through instruction and practice. Feast Days and other special service times will be announced in advance.
Bet Ami offers a library with a diverse selection of books available for check out as well as a Gift Shop, open during certain times of the year, that offers books, gifts and many Hebraic items.