Tzemach Institute for Biblical Studies
Bible Survey Course
First and Second year classes meet on Monday and Tuesday nights from 7:30 – 10:00 PM (Currently, Second year meets Monday, First year Tuesday)
The Tzemach Institute focuses the student on the Scriptures. We simply begin at “the beginning” and systematically work our way through the entire Bible. The basic course of study through the Bible takes two years. Study guides, charts, notes and outlines are provided for the student to give the continuity and background information needed to make the study meaningful. When completed the student should have a comprehensive understanding of the Bible and related events of world history and be familiar with the original languages of the Bible.
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If you do not live locally or interested in registering for the online course, please see this link: Tzemach Institute for Biblical Studies-Online Course
We also offer supplemental courses from time to time to enhance and augment our study of the scriptures. These have included:
Biblical Greek A Biblical Interpretation of World History
History of the Christian Church Israel: God’s Interdimensional Portal *
Beginning and Intermediate Hebrew
*also available here as a Kindle eBook on amazon.com.
Sunday Morning Adult Bible Study
Join us each Sunday morning at 9:15 am for an adult Bible study course taught in our education building. The material has been designed specifically for Fellowship Church. Units have included:
– The Person of God
– The Fall of Creation and God’s plan of Redemption
– Israel as the Head Nation of God’s Kingdom
– The Church: A Collective Nation Consecrated to Serve the King in Concert With Israel
– The Function of Individual Believers in the Church…
Come early for coffee and bagels and stay for an informative and challenging time in God’s Word.
Children’s classes are also available.
Erev Shabbat (Friday Night) Teachings
When God first commands Israel to observe His festivals in Leviticus 23, He begins with the Sabbath, or Shabbat:
“Speak to the sons of Israel, and say to them, ‘The LORD’s appointed times which you shall proclaim as holy convocations– My appointed times are these: ‘For six days work may be done; but on the seventh day there is a sabbath of complete rest, a holy convocation. You shall not do any work; it is a sabbath to the LORD in all your dwellings.'” Leviticus 23:2-3.
As a congregation, we take this command seriously and begin the Shabbat, as do many in the Jewish community, with a Friday evening or Erev Shabbat service. We begin with worship at 7:30, followed by teaching on a part of the Torah portion for the week. (The first five books of the Holy Scriptures–Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy–are known as the Torah. These scriptures are divided into 52 weekly “portions” beginning with Genesis 1:1 and ending with Deuteronomy 34:12; one being read each week for a year.)
Children and young adults are dismissed to their respective classes after worship.