Yehuda Bachana

Born and raised in Jerusalem, Yehuda serves as the Deputy Director of Netivyah and one of the elders of the “Ro'eh Israel” congregation. He is married to Lydia, and they have three children.

Yehuda Bachana

Netivyah wishes you a happy and kosher Passover! Usually we celebrate Passover in our community with family and friends. However, this year, due to the global situation, everyone will celebrate Passover at home. We’ve put together a list of things necessary for the Passover Seder, along with some highlights (“Seder” means order, as in the… Read More

In all of our hearts beats the traditional prayer: “Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the Universe, who has granted us life, sustained us, and enabled us to reach this occasion.” As of November 16, 2019, we have been officially listed with the Israeli government as a Messianic Jewish non-profit organization for 40… Read More

 Read the teaching below, or watch a video of the teaching by Yehuda Bachana. This Shabbat we read Parashat Bamidbar. The name of the weekly Torah portion is determined by the first word that appears in it, so too is the name of the five books of the Torah. The name is determined merely by… Read More

 Happy Jerusalem Day! Hello to our friends, I invite you to celebrate Jerusalem Day with us, the day in which we thank God for His great grace, for fulfilling the words of the prophets in our time. I personally thank God that I was privileged to live in this time of the rebirth of… Read More

   We stand at the opening of Memorial Day (Yom Hazikaron) and Independence Day (Yom Ha’atzmaut). We stand in this place with mixed feelings – joy, blessing, and pride, mixed with sadness. The joy is that God has brought us back from the four corners of the earth to the land of Israel! And… Read More

Read the teaching below, or watch a video of the teaching by Yehuda Bachana. This Shabbat is Sukkot, and therefore there is a special reading from the Torah. The unique portion focuses on the Exodus from Egypt and touches on the reason for the commandment of the commemoration of Sukkot. In addition, it highlights the… Read More

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