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Join us Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm U.S. Central Time for our free virtual (similar to Zoom) Torah study. ​For each meeting, most people's preparation time is 2+ hours a week. Everyone participates. Please click here to fill out the application.  If your application has been approved, you will be put on our mailing list and receive two weekly emails. One will include the Parshat (Torah Portion) scriptures we will be discussing at the next meeting and a link to the virtual meeting. The other will be an invitation to the meeting. You need to reply with a "yes" or "no" within that email. 

Unique Virtual (similar to Zoom) Meeting Format

  • Each person chooses five questions to answer from the twenty-six questions listed at the bottom of this page.

  • We do 5 rounds. 

  • In each round, each person shares their answer to one question.

  • Your answer may be very short or up to two minutes long.

  • As you are doing your homework, please make sure that your comment for each answer does not go over two minutes. Write down your answers to read at the meeting.

  • At the meeting, please keep an eye on your timer in order to show consideration to the other participants. If you go over 2 minutes you will be muted.

  • To begin your study, read the 26 questions.

  • Since this is a Jewish bible study, please only quote Messianic Jewish or Traditional Jewish bibles and commentaries. Complete Jewish Bible, Tree of Life Bible, or any other Messianic or Traditional Jewish bible. Some can be found in a free online version, or you can do a search on Google for a chapter and verse with the name of the bible or version (TLV, CJB). For Tanakh, only use JPS.

    When you share your answer, please give the number of the question that you will be sharing.

    Please give chapters and verses of all scriptures that you mention.


  1. What did you learn about G-d in this portion?

  2. What impacted you the most in this portion of the scriptures?

  3. Is there a scripture or portion that you have or will memorize? 

  4. How has a scripture in this portion encouraged you?

  5. How has a scripture in this portion convicted you?

  6. Did you see anything humorous in this portion?

  7. How would you have felt if you had been the recipient of a form of communication in this portion?

  8. Would you have written differently about the topic in this portion?

  9. Have any verses in this portion had a special meaning for you in the past?

  10. How can you apply scriptures in this portion to your life?

  11. How would you compare yourself to a person or people in this portion?

  12. What scriptures in this portion have encouraged you to change the way you are praying for a person or situation?

  13. Are there verses in this portion that you can share with someone with specific needs to encourage them?

  14. Did anything in this portion surprise you?

  15. Share something from a Jewish commentary that mentions a scripture or scriptures in this portion. 

  16. Are there any quotes from Jewish people that could apply here?

  17. Is there something in Jewish tradition or custom of today that you are reminded of from this portion of scripture?

  18. Are there other scriptures in the Torah or other parts of the Tanakh quoted in this portion?

  19. Do you see evidence of Jewish thinking or beliefs?

  20. Have you researched the Hebrew in this portion of scripture and found a different translation or connotation than what your version has in it? 

  21. Have you found related topics in other books of the Tanakh or Brit Chadasha?

  22. Do you see a specific central theme in this portion?

  23. Did you notice any repetitions of any kind?

  24. Who was being addressed in this portion of scripture or in parts of this portion and why?

  25. Did you notice something in this portion that you have never noticed before? 

  26. Is anything in this portion quoted in the Brit Chadasha?

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