In Honor of Memorial Day

In honor of those who have fought for our country and paid the ultimate price for our freedom we will not hold classes this Sunday. It is important to recognize and remember the sacrifices of America’s’ heros!

English: SUFFOLK, Va. (Dec. 13, 2008) Wreaths ...

English: SUFFOLK, Va. (Dec. 13, 2008) Wreaths are placed at the Alfred G. Horton, Jr. memorial Veterans Cemetery to honor fallen veterans as part of a Wreaths Across America Ceremony. Wreaths Across America is a program to remember the fallen, honor those who serve and teach children the value of freedom. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Mandy Hunsucker/Released) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Please Join us for Classes this Sunday

Happy Shavuot! Hopefully the holiday will put everyone back in the mood for learning. We hope to see everyone at our class. The best is when people come here, the Noahide Nations Center in Richardson, TX, to attend classes. Give us a call at 214-504-1722 x306 if you have any questions or need

Bikkurim offerings on Shavuot holiday in Nahalal

Bikkurim offerings on Shavuot holiday in Nahalal (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

directions. See you soon.

Classes Cancelled for Mother’s Day

English: Mother's Day card

English: Mother’s Day card (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Classes will not be held Sunday May 12th, 2013 in honor of Mother’s day. Although we love to learn we love our mothers’ even more so relax and enjoy your time with your mother, wife, sister, or any other mother that you wish. Moms do a lot for us and we should really take the time to appreciate that.

Welcome to Dan

Welcome to the DAN website. This is where you belong. We’re a young Noahide community that is small but growing. We thought we should put up a website so anyone looking for learning or attending a Noahide group could find us.

Being a Noahide is about being active in the world, a force of change and that change is guided by the Torah that we learn. Without learning Torah, keeping the mitzvot, praying,   gaining strength from others in the community, and working together with each other change is meaningless. Because in reality there isn’t change, just another way of doing the same thing. If, however, Torah is involved and we do what we do for the sake of heaven then we really can change things. Continue reading