Parsha Bo is rather special because the Hebrew word "bo" means both go, and come. G-D tells Moshe to go to Pharaoh, that He is going multiply His wonders throughout the land of Mitzrayim (Egypt) and that when HE does that Pharaoh will let the Hebrew slaves leave with all of their families and all of their livestock. The miracle of the final wonder is that everyone who heard the words could have escaped the consequences. Are you listening?
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Our vision is to see children grow and flourish spiritually in their relationship with Messiah Yeshua and become solid, strong disciples who will spread the Good News to everyone with whom they come in contact, with joy and zeal.
To guide our children in beginning and strengthening a relationship with Messiah Yeshua by understanding and fully grasping the lessons and concepts in Scripture. To encourage a strong identity as Messianic believers with the whole of B'nei Israel.
VIRTUAL SHABBAT SCHOOL
Devarim Shema in ASL
Click on the yeladim below to print and use these fun activities at home this week to make
learning about the Parsha even more exciting and hands-on!
Even more fun to print and enjoy!
Bible Facts Game
Names of G-D Creativity Book
Ten Commandments Board Game
The Torah informs
all our efforts, and guides our steps to obedience. B"H!
The amazing yeladim (children) are so precious and well behaved, they make all the effort so very worthwhile.
For every volunteer you see there are three who worked to make this years VTS the VERY BEST! (so far)
Rocky Mtn. Railroad
Obedience VTS 2020
Was a AMAZING Success Thanks to YOU!
We hopped aboard our steam train for
an adventure in the spectacular
Rocky Mountains of Colorado,
met several unique Colorado animals, ate
all kinds of new-to-us Colorado cuisine,
and learned G-D's truth about obedience.
Pictures and videos showing the some of the fantastic things we all did at this year's VTS
can now be found below!
Thank you so much again to all who volunteered time and items and who prayed for success!
Youth Volunteers Rock! & Roll with whatever comes their way! We were so blessed!
Mom's Morning Off
On the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm | Infants & school-age kids welcome!
Call the office to sign up before Monday @5:00 pm. Watch the video to see more!
Please make your reservations for January's "Mom's Morning Off" Contact the office by phone or using MeWe or facebook by Monday, January 11th!
Books of the Tanakh
We're learning the books of the Bible in the Tanakh (Torah, Prophets, and Writings) in the order that they appear in the Hebrew Scriptures. Let your kids listen to this familiar tune to learn the books!
This Week's Children's Events:
Nursery Classes are for ages infant to 4
SEE "THIS WEEK'S EVENTS" FOR CURRENT INFO ON SYNAGOGUE SCHEDULES
Shabbat 8:30-End of service (please pick up your little ones promptly after service ends)
Click on the tinoch (baby) on the right to find this weeks Nursery Lesson plan. Check it out and incorporate some of the "Big Ideas" into your play time. You will be amazed by how much they learn.
Yeladim Classes are for ages 5-12*
SEE "THIS WEEK'S EVENTS" FOR CURRENT INFO ON SYNAGOGUE SCHEDULES
Tuesday: 6:30pm Torah study in the current Parasha available here
You may download the packet and get a head start on the readings for Tuesday night class.
Those who turn in their Tuesday packets on Shabbat, or the next Tuesday night get a special prize!
Saturday: 9:00am Shabbat School: Yeladim will join Rebbitzen and Miss Beverly for a
study in Shemot.
Saturday: 11:15am Yeladim will join Mrs Rivkah for a Hebrew Hopscotch.
watch above for new downloadable activities every week.
*Children who turn 13 during a semester may continue to come until the end of that semester.
They are also encouraged to participate in the BAY activities.
Hello, ani Laila. Nayim meyod! That means it is nice to meet you. Lionel is my big brother, and I am here to help him show you more about your Yeladim ministry!
Gesher L'Mitzvah Classes are for ages 10+
We have a new page just for you! Click the bridge below for details
The same Torah applies to the native as well as the outsider who dwells among you.”
Coloring pages for your Memory Verse binder
See above to download your Shabbat School Memory Verse coloring page, and then practice it daily. When memorized, these verses are a mighty weapon, a sharp sword, against the enemy.
Remember the memory verses, remember who you are!
WHAT PEOPLE(and the enemy)SAY
WHAT G-D SAYS:
Dwell in the Shelter of Elyon
1 He who dwells in the shelter of Elyon, will abide in the shadow of Shaddai.
2 I will say of Adonai, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.
3 For He will rescue you from the hunter’s trap and from the deadly pestilence.
4 He will cover you with His feathers, and under His wings you will find refuge. His faithfulness is body armor and shield.
5 You will not fear the terror by night, nor the arrow that flies by day,
6 nor the plague that stalks in darkness, nor the scourge that lays waste at noon.
— G-D, aka Shaddai, Ad-nai, Elyon, King of Kings,
L-rd of L-rds, Creator of the Universe and all it contains.
To our smiling, faith-filled, parent obeying, charming, excited, and loving children of Brit Ahm:
(yes, that is all of you!)
Things are a different today than they were just eight months ago. You may not going to school. You may not coming to synagogue on Shabbat, but even if you are, things are sort of "different". Shabbat School, Yeladim Classes, Tuesday night study, and even the nursery group may be "virtual". You may have missed out on a trip because of the corona virus, or even know someone who is ill.
Many things have changed, but one important thing has not, and never ever will; G-D our father. THE Father of the whole universe has not changed. He is not surprised by this change, and His plan is the same as it always was. No matter what He is by your side and in control. No matter what He loves you and wants the very best for you.
Here are some things you can do if you are feeling sad, lonely, or scared about the changes:
• Talk with G-D, though HE knows, it often makes us feel better to tell Him out loud what we are feeling, and we can ask Him to give us peace. Remember prayer is very powerful. Remember in your prayers to say thank you too. Being grateful for all the good things in our lives is a good way to remind ourselves that G-d is always here, even if we sometimes forget. You may also submit a prayer here and we will join you in praying for your needs and concerns.
• Trust your parents and follow their instructions to stay safe.
• Read your bible everyday, especially the verses below.
• Limit television viewing. Very few people actually get sick, and even most of those that do get well very quickly. In spite of this fact the news on TV makes it seem very scary.
• Wash your hands often (anytime you blow your nose, use the bathroom, and before you eat) and for long enough to clean them properly. Sing “Yeshua loves me” while you wash for clean hands. You can also learn the hand-washing blessings in virtual Shabbat school in the video above.
• Look for ways that you can help others: be cheerful, be obedient to your parents, call grandparents, or friends on the phone, and help keep things clean.
• Keep a routine. Get up and go to bed at the same time each day. Eat regular meals with your family, and spend time outdoors playing as much as you can.
• Praise Him often for His protective love.
Isaiah 41:10 - Psalm 27:1 - Psalm 46:2 - Philippians 4:6-7