Class Descriptions

Women's Talmud Studies

Come broaden your knowledge and textual skills in Jewish learning with our own wonderful Reb Yona Rothman teaching a class in introductory Talmud, with time for both chavruta learning and shiur. Reb Yona is known for his teaching style which focuses on developing tools to study Talmud with independence along with connecting to the learning with the innerness and soul of Chassidut.

Reb Yona Rothman (Women Only)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 

SUNDAY & TUESDAY 3:00-5:00PM

Location: 25 Be’er Sheva Street

Torah Healing Workshop

We will be learning from Reb Shlomo original transcriptions , Rebbe Nachman, & the Holy Slonima, & others! May the teachings Heal us & Transform our Lives!

*Baby friendly!

Emuna Witt (Women Only)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 30nis/class pay at the class.

SUNDAY 5:00-6:00PM 

Located at 25 Be’er Sheva Street

Piaseczna Chassidut

The class will introduce us to the Holy Rebbe Kalonymus Kalman Shapira z”l and provide an introduction to his deep and innovating teachings.

Rabbi Ami Silver (Men and Women)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 30nis/class pay at the class.

SUNDAY 8:15-9:15PM

Location: 25 Be’er Sheva Street

The Deep Meaning of the Aleph Beit

Rebbitzen Silber (Women Only)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 30nis/class pay at the class.

Monday 7:00-8:00PM

Location: 18 HaGilboa

Chassidut on Prayer

Tefilla is one of the most auspicious and intimate ways connect with God.
In this course we will work to both increase our desire to be in communication with God and build the necessary vessels – by means of understanding the words and their deeper meanings – to make the experience sublime!
Let’s get pray’n :).

Leah Levitt (Women Only)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 30nis/class pay at the class.

2:00-3:00PM

Location: 25 Be’er Sheva Street

Soul Torahs: Teachings of Reb Shlomo

Soulful Torah teachings of Reb Shlomo Carlebach.

Rabbi Simcha Hochbaum (Men and Women)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 30nis/class pay at the class.

TUESDAY 2:00-3:00PM

Location: 18 HaGilboa

Geulah, Redemption

We will be learning what the Torah, the Prophets, and the Sages of all generations said about the final stages of history called Ikvot Meshicha (the Footsteps or Heels of the Mashiach, the Pre-Messianic Era).

Rabbi Avraham Sutton (Men and Women)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 30nis/class pay at the class.

7:30-8:45pm Tuesdays

Location 18 HaGilboa

Ein Yaakov

Ein Yaakov is a compilation of the aggadic portions of the Talmud. We explore the aggadata through the classic commentaries, chassidic masters and mussar giants so that we can get a taste of the depth of the sages’ wisdom and the spiritual lessons they sought to share. Wednesdays

Yehudis Golshevsky (women only)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 30nis/class pay at the class.

Wednesday 8:45 – 9:45am

Location: 18 HaGilboa

Yeshayahu

An in-depth study of the Haftorot of Yeshayahu, through the lens of the Rishonim, the Malbim, and the Kabbalistic commentary of Rav Moshe Dovid Valli. In this class, we immerse ourselves in visions of redemption, and see how they are materializing in our time.

Yehudis Golshevsky (women only)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 30nis/class pay at the class.

Wednesday 9:45 – 10:55 AM

Location: 18 HaGilboa

Practical Halacha

Discover the opinions of the great Rabbis on issues of practical halacha, with an approach to understanding the halachic decision making process. We will focus on the halachot of Shabbat, Yom Tov, blessings, and inter-personal relationships.

Rav Fink (men and women)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 30nis/class pay at the class.

Wednesday 11:10 – 12:30pm

Location: 18 HaGilboa

Reb Shlomo on the Parsha

Rabbi Simcha Hochbaum (men and women)

No pre-registration required. Just show up! 30nis/class pay at the class.

Thursday 5:00-6:00PM

Location 25 Be’er Sheva Street

“There are millions of people dying of hunger and the world doesn’t hear it…they write about it in the newspapers but they don’t hear it inside..”

Reb Shlomo Carlebach