Current Courses:

JLI - Judaism's Gifts to the World
Six Wednesdays beginning Jan. 29, 7:30 - 9:00 pm
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By most indications, modern society is a model of moral progress. Yet when it comes to everyday values, we still grapple with the big ones…
  • What are our responsibilities toward the less fortunate?
  • How do we fashion a more moral and equal society?
  • How can we make a move toward more cohesive family living?
Join us to unpack six of the world’s most cherished values and how they were delivered to humankind by the Torah. By tracing their fascinating journey to the mainstream, we’ll discover a timeless core of purpose, integrity, and clarity in each value—a powerful gift of guidance as we navigate our own daily choices.
Instructor: Rabbi Yechiel Baitelman
 
Torah Studies - Kabbalah & Contemporary Issues
Tuesdays 11:00am-Noon, Thursdays 7:30-8:30pm, Saturdays 1:30-2:30pm
torah stuies.jpg12 lessons that probe into the depths of contemporary Torah thought, with a special focus on issues surrounding spirituality, the human psyche, love, and relationships. Every experience offers meaningful and timely lessons – from the most timeless of texts. You will walk away surprised, inspired, and knowing more about who we are as Jews, and who you are as an individual.
Instructor: Rabbi Yechiel Baitelman
By donation
 
Discovering Talmudic Principles
2 Tuesdays, December 3 10, & Thursday, December 19, 7:30-8:30pm
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Tales of Light: the Talmud on Chanukah This three-part Talmud series will be exploring the second chapter of tractate Shabbat, analyzing the nature of the miracle of the “jug of oil” and the Talmudic debate on the precise amount of candles required to be lit each of the eight days of Chanukah.
Instructor: Rabbi Binyomin Bitton
By donation