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Noahide World Center
In response to the spiritual and value-driven demand for the word of God to be disseminated by the nation of Israel to all of mankind, we have established “Brit Olam – the Noahide World Center” in Jerusalem. We are in constant contact with many people all over the world who have a strong desire to learn the words of God.

Pesach – Video messages by Rav Cherki

True freedom is serving the Holy One, Blessed be He. One of the messages of Passover is the concept of unity. Everything in the world, including what appears to be good and what appears at first glance to be bad, is an expression of the unity of God. This is also the essence of the Passover Sacrifice, which like matza ... Read More »

Cape Town Bnei Noach Community

From the website: WELCOME to the first Bnei Noach community in South Africa. Our community comprises of passionate and committed families and individuals who are striving to follow the path of spirituality, set out by G-d in the Torah, for Gentiles. Our vision is to assist every member of the community find their place in a nurturing and warm environment ... Read More »

Netiv Calgary – A Noahide Community

Netiv Calgary started in November 2015 and is a sister group to the Houston Netiv community.  Currently, we have quarterly public lectures on how ancient Jewish wisdom can enhance the lives of all people, and we hope to start the following initiatives in early 2016: – Monthly video conference lectures with the Toronto Noahide group being led by Rabbi Michael Skobac. ... Read More »

Launch of Brit Olam Siddur at Netiv – Dec 6, 2015


Hosted by Rod Bryant, head of Netiv in Humble, Texas, Rabbi Chaim Goldberg and Moshe Goldberg discuss the Brit Olam Siddur (prayer book) for Noahides. It is available in multiple formats and several languages. The prophets taught humanity to pray as an extension of the principles of prophecy, and to this day prayer allows us to carry on a conversation ... Read More »

Greetings from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, sent a greeting of encouragement to Brit Olam and the Noahides of the world on the occasion of the online conference marking Humanity Day (celebrated this year on November 8). Among other things, he wrote: “The activities of Brit Olam in support of Bnei Noach take their inspiration from a verse in Genesis, ‘All ... Read More »

The journey of a Bat Noach


Eliana tells the fascinating story of how she and her mother went through a ten-year soul-searching process which ended with their becoming Noahides, with the help of Brit Olam. Read More »

Rav Cherki and Minister Naftali Bennett


Minister Bennett was very interested in the idea, and he requested that additional meetings about this matter should be held. On Wednesday, October 14, 2015, Rabbi Oury Cherki met with the Israeli Minister of Education and the Diaspora, Nafatli Bennett, to discuss the idea of spreading the concept of Bnei Noach in Israel and throughout the world. Wish to understand ... Read More »

Celebrate Humanity Day


The Twenty-Seventh of Marcheshvan – a holiday for Noahides, on the date that Noach left the ark and received the Seven Mitzvot. Download “Humanity Day”, pdf Read More »

Brit Olam Declaration on Changing the Definition of Marriage


DECLARATION – The Noahide World Center – Brit Olam – notes that the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States which approves same-sex marriages is a sin against the universal law of Bnei Noach, and it constitutes an abomination according to the Torah. In making this decision, the United States is refusing to honor its obligation to establish ... Read More »

Shalom Yochai Cherki Murdered in Terrorist Attack


Brit Olam – Noahide World Center – is deeply sorrowed to announce the death of Shalom Yochai Cherki (son of Rav Oury Cherki) in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem. May the family be consoled by heaven. For news reports, see: Arab man arrested for alleged Jerusalem vehicular terrorist attack Son of Prominent Rabbi Victim in Possible ‘Car Terror’ Incident Thousands ... Read More »