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Netiv: A Path for Torah Learning

Virtual Torah Learning for Noahides Netiv Center for Torah Study was originally established to serve the greater North Houston area in 2010. It began with a handful of individuals seeking the treasures of Torah knowledge, who are not connected to a Jewish community. Rabbinical adviser Abraham Ben-Yaakov graciously guides our community’s spiritual learning.
Now we have moved all of our study opportunities online Via Zoom as Virtual Torah Learning for Noahides. Check out our photostream on Facebook or read this article from the Jewish Chronicle, UK, or AMI Magazine to learn more about us.
Our Purpose Is to provide a live interactive Virtual Torah Learning for Noahides to study Torah with Orthodox Rabbis and Noahide teachers. These studies are held on Zoom with Noahides and Jews from around the world.

CLASS SCHEDULE All classes are held on Zoom.
If you would like to join us CLICK HERE

Sunday 10 am (CST) Rabbi Wolbe
Sunday 4 pm (CST) Rod Bryant “Noahide Q&A”

Monday 7 pm (CST) Rabbi Zvi Aviner “The Book of Genesis and the Seven Laws of Noah”

Tuesday 7 pm (CST) Rabbi David Weissman

Wednesday 7 PM (CST) David Leblanc “The Book of Samuel”

Thursday 10 am (CST) Rod Bryant “Weekly Parashat Study”

Thursday 7 pm (CST) Dayvaughn Mays “Saviors In The TANKH”

Come join us for the weekly study of the Torah. All are invited regardless of their religious affiliation. The dress is casual but modest. Located at 1000 1st Street East Humble, Texas 77338.

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.

3 Comments

    1. you simply take the oath, you can do this standing outside before God or by contacting them here and reading the oath before three Rabbis either way is fine, you can say the oath in front of the mirror, just keep God and holy things out of the bathroom

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