Vision For the earth shall be filled with awe for the glory of the L-rd., as water covers the sea. Habakkuk 2:14
One day, the whole world will be full of awe and love for Hashem (God), a prophetic word beginning to unfold in our days. This recognition of Hashem will result in part from people living in accordance with the Seven Mitzvot Bnei Noach (the 7 Noahide Laws). This will create unity, freedom and security for every human being on earth, both on an individual level and internationally.
Mission Thus said the L-rd of Hosts: In those days, ten men from nations of every tongue will take hold—they will take hold of every Jew by a corner of his cloak and say, “Let us go with you, for we have heard that G-d is with you.” Zechariah 8:23
Our mission is to be a community where people feel connected to each other, support each other and can learn together with and from each other how to live the Seven Noahide Commandments, and their details, in a practical and insightful way. This sense of community will initially require a strong online presence. Eventually, we would also like to serve as a model for physical communities that exist outside of the social media space.
The learning is based on high-quality Torah sources under the guidance of our rabbi, Rabbi Tani Burton. Our community is open to all people.
Approach Be a Mensch
Be a mensch is a reminder of the impact that kindness, humility, integrity and personal responsibility can have on the world.
As a community, we want to be responsible for each other. To this end, we offer a private whatsapp group, where people can connect with each other and weekly online “coffee mornings” to have face-to-face contact.
Our group is led by a personal rabbi, who imparts Torah values through weekly classes, and he is available to our members as someone to whom people can turn with questions and advice.
Be a mensch is a call to humanity and empathy. Changing the world starts with ourselves, in our own environments. We therefore support local communities in spreading the 7 Noahide Laws.
We need more menschen to make the world a habitable place where we can truly be at home with Hashem.
Every two years we organise a “meet and greet” in Jerusalem.