Training consists of gaining knowledge of the written “Word” through “midrash” (literally means to investigate or study) and studying the Torah. This training allows one’s awareness, competency, and understanding of the written “Word” to grow.
Torah Study & Midrash
Torah study embarks on exploring, and understanding for application the weekly Parashah, Haftarah, and B'rit Hadashah. A Parashah is a weekly portion of scripture covering Genesis or B'reshit to Deuteronomy D'avrim. The Haftarah connects the Prophets to the Torah, and the B'rit Hadashah reinforces the Torah and the Prophets. This covers an annual reading.Torah study allows for facilitation, and group interaction on Fridays.
Turn Up & Talk It Out Tuesdays on Tuesday nights at 6:30pm is a forum where youth, young adults, and elders discuss spiritual matters about Scripture, history that solidifies Scripture, and tips on methods or techniques for study. We also share links or books that are helpful resources or materials used to research information that assists in ones understanding of their journey in the Faith of Abraham.
The foundation for this Faith is the Torah or Law of Moses, which are the first five books of Scripture. Sis Ashanti is the coordinator for this weekly round table forum and it is a virtual class that allows you to connect conveniently through Internet or telephone. Where you can interact with her and others, ask questions, or contribute comments on any subject. If you want to participate in this class please send your email information to www.firsttab.org.
Foundation of Torah study on Friday nights at 7pm is an introductory course for those new to Torah, the first five books of scripture written by Moshe (Moses), and who wish to embark on a journey to begin an introduction into Hebraic thought and what that means. When we begin to study, it is inevitable to see how far off course we were taken by those who did not understand the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; and to see how the Scriptures are absolutely relevant in our current walk of life and how to begin to apply them.
Rabbi Holman provides a virtual study so that you may connect conveniently from your home or wherever you have Internet or telephone service. Where you have a comfortable environment and can interact with him and others, ask questions, or contribute comments.
If you would like to participate in this class please join us on the Zoom link below.