Applying to the Conversion Program

B'not Ruth: Preparing Sincere Women for Orthodox Jewish Conversion

“I learned that I didn’t have to leave behind my art in order to be Jewish . . . . Hashem gave me these unique talents to make a tikkun in the world.” – Haddas


“You can feel the presence of G-d in these hills. I never felt this in Jerusalem, except at the Kotel.” – Sarah


“I took away from the classes so much more than Torah and halacha . . . I learned what it truly means to be an Eshet Chayil.” – Tiferet


“I thought being in Jerusalem, the holy city, would be more conducive to growing spiritually. But, living here, with the Jewish students and in a totally observant community, I was really able to absorb so much about correct Jewish practices and belief even in my everyday life outside of the classroom.” – Chana


“I’ve seen quite a bit of life already, so I wasn’t too keen on living in a dorm setting. But now, I feel truly privileged to have been a part of this wonderful community of women.” – Rivkah


“The rabbi and staff are so caring . . . I had to work hard to get through the conversion process, but I knew I always had their support, whether I needed help understanding a letter from Misrad Hapnim or a shoulder to cry on. They were always there for me.” – Ahuva

How to Apply to the Midreshet B’erot Bat Ayin Conversion Program

Before applying you must have read through all the pages about the B’not Ruth Conversion Course and process. For acceptance to our program the conversion candidate is required to:

  1. Supply two letters from Orthodox Rabbis testifying the sincerity to convert and the prior involvement with a Jewish community for at least one year. (Additional documents will be required when you meet with the Beit Din – please read again “Required Documents”)
  2. Fill out and submit our comprehensive application, and medical form. Please fill in the contact form below to request the application forms
  3. Pay the non-refundable $50 application fee pay here
  4. Interview with our director, Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum, via telephone (this will be arranged for you after receipt of your application forms and fee)

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Art work by Elisheva Shira, Teacher of Torah and Art at Midreshet B’erot Bat Ayin
B’not Ruth – Preparing Sincere Women for Orthodox Jewish Conversion in Israel A Program of Midreshet B’erot Bat Ayin: Holistic Torah Study for Women on the Land of Israel Midreshet B’erot Bat Ayin | The Village of Bat Ayin | P.O Box 84 | Gush Etzion 90913 | ISRAEL | Phone: (972-2) 993-4945 | Fax: (972-2) 993-1215