- The Sanhedrin Initiative This facebook group is dedicated to the history, development and attempts to re-establishment the Jewish Sanhedrin within Jewish Law (halacha). Its goal is to discuss, research and document how the Sanhedrin operated in history and how a full Sanhedrin could operate in the near future - particularly in terms of a detailed study of Jewish Law (halacha), and the transformation of the historical body into a modern legislature. It reflects the combined efforts of hundreds of loyalists, supporters, not-yet supporters, and many who are just interested in the idea of a Sanhedrin. Please become a member and contribute to whatever you have to offer to the effort of establishing truly Jewish leadership in our time. It is not necessary to be Orthodox, or even Jewish, to belong to these groups, but because the idea of a Sanhedrin derives from the Talmud, Rabbinic tradition and Jewish law, one must accept the legitimacy of these fundamental assumptions to contribute meaningfully to the discussions. This facebook group corresponds to the website TheSanhedrin.NET
- Renewal of Semichas Chochomim A project of the Sanhedrin Initiative, this project aims to renew Semicha in Israel, six attempts have been made.
- The Sanhedrin Project This forum is about the re-established Jewish Sanhedrin. The Sanhedrin is the name given in the mishna to the council of seventy-one Jewish sages who constituted the supreme court and legislative body in Judea during the Roman period. It continued to function for more than four hundred years after the destruction of the Temple and there have been several orthodox attempts to re-establish it since that time. The current attempt to re-establish the Sanhedrin is generally referred to as the "nascent Sanhedrin", or the "developing Sanhedrin".
- Sanhedrin Court of Nation and State The purpose of this court is to rule on disputes between citizens and the state.
- Jerusalem Court for Issues of Bnei Noah The purpose of this forum is to publicize and discuss the decisions of the Jerusalem Court, which rules on legal aspects of issues concerning Bnei Noah: biblical and internationally recognized principles as a basis for legal reciprocity in international law.