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Be One Fellowship

 Kehillah Roi Training

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Building a community of disciples one Shabbat at a time

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A kehillah ( קְהִלָּה ) is an assembly or congregation. We use the word kehillah to recognize our community of faith. A roi (רֹעִי ) is a shepherd. We use this word to describe the leader of a Shabbat home kehillah.


One of the functions of a healthy kehillah is discipleship. A foundational part of our discipleship is a weekly gathering in homes on Shabbat. We meet together believing that each home is a sanctuary for gathering, worshipping, prayer, teaching, and allowing the many gifts of the body of Messiah to come forth.


For those who desire to lead a Shabbat Kehillah we have designed the following training.

The training will provide each leader a Biblical grounding and understanding of Be One’s philosophy of ministry and will equip each person to be effective as a shepherd and priest of the home group.


                                                  Who is this for?  The training is for two groups of people.

                                                  Group A:

                                                 The primary group members are those who have accepted the call

                                                 to lead a kehillah group in their home or the home of another host as a Be One                                                             Fellowship. This person or couple wants to be recognized as a Be One Fellowship                                                           Group and receive the  benefits and responsibilities of that recognition.

                 Some of the benefits:

  • Receive initial training and materials.

  • Receive on-going equipping.

  • Receive personal relational contact with Rabbi Jeff or another designated leader.

  • Receive network wide promotion of your group.

  • Enjoy the sense of community at a higher level as you: participate in leaders only meetings, connect your group to other Be One groups for projects of service and fellowship, are included in future leadership opportunities.

                    Some of the responsibilities:

  • Attend each session of the initial training and complete all assignments.

  • Attend at least 75% of the monthly equipping calls over the course of the year. (There will be 9-12 zoom or live leader calls during the course of the year.)

  • Report your groups attendance each week to the Be One office.

  • Care for and love the people in your group. They are your “sheep."

  • Promote Be One as a community.


Group B:

The Second group is for those that want to audit the training, including anyone who wants their skills at leading home groups and/or interpersonal relational skills increased. Although you will not be required to do any of the homework, your growth as a leader will increase as you finish assignments.  

                Some of the Benefits:

  • Receive the full initial training with associated materials.

  • May request assistance from Be One leadership with your group. Will be given on an availability basis.


                    Some of the responsibilities.

  • Attend each session of the initial training.

  • Care and love the people in your group.


               What is expected of everyone that attends?

  • Attend each session (commit to the entire training) with an attitude of learning and enthusiasm.

  • Participate in each session with comments and questions.

  • Apply what you learn somewhere each week.

  • Do your homework each week.

  • Pray for our community, our city, our country and Israel.

    Click to see the syllabus               

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