At love & Purity Campus
Learn Hebrew. Have fun. Be challenged.
Succeed and conquer.
Make plans to join us at our campus for a fully immersive, practical, comprehensive in-person experience, guaranteed to boost your Hebrew fluency
Why learn Hebrew the Ulpan way?
Experienced teachers will simplify the concepts of Hebrew making it easier to comprehend while you learn
Being surrounded with like minded Hebrew learners in this cultivated experience will allow for many opportunities to hear and understand a multitude of new words
Completing homework and participating in the interactive classes will help you grasp the grammar and spelling of Hebrew
With our style of learning, you can have full immersion in the Hebrew language through all hours of the day
Great classes, great teachers, wonderful community. Highly recommended for everyone
Ulpan was absolutely amazing! It was a turning point in my Hebrew learning experience, I went from a beginner level to being fairly comfortable with spoken Hebrew.
I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants to learn Hebrew efficiently and in a very fun atmosphere. And, I plan to go again myself!
WHAT WE SAY
Our hearts, and the testimony of many students is that this Hebrew course is a beautiful place for spiritual growth as well as practical learning. Come expecting to be challenged, to be empowered to succeed, and to make amazing memories!
Hear the stories of past students
SCHEDULE & DATES
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Prayer and worship
Class (4 hours)
Study and free time
Love and Purity Event Center, Patterson, MO
DETAILS & WHAT TO EXPECT
Morning classes: classes will be held 5 days per week (Sun-Thu), 4 hours a day (with a mid-morning recess). We’ll be reading, writing, singing, hearing stories, playing games, watching videos, and more.
Afternoons: Afternoons and Fridays are for studying & homework, meeting with teachers for tutoring if desired, helping out on the campus (your occasional help is needed and very much appreciated while you’re here!), and free time.
Evening activities: one of the best parts of the course are the evening activities, including story hour, Hebrew movie night, worship, and most fun of all – immersion night, where we set up a real-life immersion situation based on a weekly theme like going to a shopping mall or going to the airport to catch a flight!
Housing: our housing on campus is two large, separate men’s and women’s dormitories. Each dorm is one large room with individual beds and storage areas. The closeness of everyone together is a blessing as it facilitates conversations, prayer times, and more opportunities to get to know everyone and build friendships. We have very limited private housing, first come first serve, so please contact email@example.com asap if you need separate housing.
Food: all meals are provided and served daily in the cafeteria. Mealtime is a great chance to get to know your fellow students and practice Hebrew together! Snacks and special dietary items are up to you to bring.
Levels and Details
LEVEL 1 (ALEPH): BEGINNING HEBREW
For students who have learned the basics of reading Hebrew, and are ready to begin learning useful words, putting together the basic building blocks of Hebrew grammar (including present tense verbs), and having fun while doing so!
LEVEL 2 (BET): INTERMEDIATE HEBREW
For students who have already studied some Hebrew and are ready to build on their vocabulary, step up their grammar (including getting skilled in past tense verb conjugation), and increase their ability to use Hebrew in everyday life.
Prerequisites: basic Hebrew grammar, vocabulary and present tense verb conjugation
Curriculum (optional): Hebrew from the Very Beginning Book 2 by Joseph Williams. It will be available for purchase on-campus.
LEVEL 3 (GIMEL): ADVANCED HEBREW
For students who can carry on a conversation in Hebrew but are looking to become more comfortable speaking, recognize and use more words, and be able to construct sentences with advanced grammar (including future tense verb conjugations).
Prerequisites: strong reading ability, basic conversational ability, and past and present tense verb conjugation
Curriculum: Eclectic. A good Hebrew-English dictionary is recommended but not required (see HebrewFromTheVeryBeginning.com for a list of good options).