GROWING as a spiritual family in the knowledge & love of GOD through His Word and faith in Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah


BRINGING new life in Yeshua to the House of Israel and to all Nations



I Peter 2:5

Philippians 3:10 Romans 1:16

Kol Dodi Institute

Class Schedule

About Kol Dodi Institute

Kol Dodi Institute is the adult education program for Kol Dodi Messianic Congregation that offers classes in history (ancient through modern), biblical studies, theology & doctrine, discipleship, eschatology,  language study, social thought and Jewish studies.


Mission of Kol Dodi Institute


Kol Dodi Institute seeks to provide an environment where adult learners can deepen their love and devotion to Yeshua, become seasoned biblical thinkers, grow in wisdom and discernment, increase their awareness of the Jewish experience and understand the dimensions of Messianic Judaism so that they will be equipped to follow Yeshua, bring glory to God and reach both Israel and the nations with the Good News of the Messiah.


Course Times & Length


Courses are normally taught during these times of the week as either single classes or as a series that can run over several weeks:


Shabbat mornings, 9:30-10:30 a.m. in the Gym


Tuesday evenings, 7:00-8:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary

Kol Dodi Institute Classes

Class currently held on Shabbat mornings.



April 8th, 9:30-10:30 a.m.

English Reformers and Jews and Judaism, Part 2

            Part 2 of a class on the English Reformation as it pertains to Jews and Judaism, based off of some of the instructor’s current research on the topic. Included in the class will be a presentation of a Jewish man’s conversion to Protestantism and a sermon by John Foxe on the occasion of the man’s baptism. This gives us an idea of how Protestants in England viewed Jews and Judaism during the Reformation, which is important to understanding church history and the Jewish people.


Instructor: Sean B. Bortz


April 15th, 9:30-10:30 a.m.       



Kol Dodi Messianic Congregation

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