Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
7:00
Shacharit
7:30
8:30
Shacharit
7:30
8:45
Shacharit
7:30
8:30
Shacharit
At the Kotel
7:00
8:45
Description:
Bus leaves the Yeshiva at 7:00 am and returns at 8:45 am.
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Shacharit
At Moreshet Yisrael
7:30
8:45
9:00
Hebrew Ulpan
Various Teachers
9:00
12:15
Description:
5 Levels of Hebrew Ulpan - Aleph, Aleph+, Bet, Bet+, Gimmel-Dalet, & Heh-Vav
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: עברית
Faculty:
Keilim Track - Talmud
Silverstein & Tabick
9:00
12:15
Hebrew Ulpan
Various Teachers
9:00
12:15
Description:
5 Levels of Hebrew Ulpan - Aleph, Aleph+, Bet, Bet+, Gimmel-Dalet, & Heh-Vav
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: עברית
Faculty:
Keilim Track - Talmud
Levy & Cohen
9:00
12:15
Hebrew Ulpan
Various Teachers
9:00
12:15
Description:
5 Levels of Hebrew Ulpan - Aleph, Aleph+, Bet, Bet+, Gimmel-Dalet, & Heh-Vav
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: עברית
Faculty:
Keilim Track - Talmud
Silverstein & Tabick
9:00
12:15
Hebrew Ulpan
Various Teachers
9:00
12:15
Description:
5 Levels of Hebrew Ulpan - Aleph, Aleph+, Bet, Bet+, Gimmel-Dalet, & Heh-Vav
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: עברית
Faculty:
Keilim Track - Talmud
Levy & Cohen
9:00
12:15
Hebrew Ulpan
Various Teachers
9:00
12:15
Description:
5 Levels of Hebrew Ulpan - Aleph, Aleph+, Bet, Bet+, Gimmel-Dalet, & Heh-Vav
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: עברית
Faculty:
Keilim Track - Talmud
Silverstein & Tabick
9:00
12:15
12:00
Lunch Break
12:15
13:15
Lunch Break
12:15
13:15
Lunch Break
12:15
13:15
Lunch Break
12:15
13:15
Lunch & Learn - The Zohar
Rothberg
12:15
13:15
13:00
Talmud
Cohen
13:15
15:45
Mishnah & Midrash
Silverstein
13:15
15:45
Description:
In this course we will examine the basic building blocks of the Torah She’baal Peh – the Oral Torah – the Mishnah, Tosefta and midrash - the interpretive tradition which links the law to its sources in the Torah. We will pay special attention to the skills which will give students the ability to continue their studies of the Oral tradition.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: English
Faculty: Rabbi Mordechai Silverstein
The Way of Faith in the Zohar
Rothberg
13:15
15:45
The Torah of Human Rights
Rothberg
13:15
15:45
Description:
The Torah is not just a book but a way of life. For thousands of years, Jews have sought the meaning of their lives in the study and practice of Torah. At the core of the Torah project stands the struggle for justice. In this course, we’ll explore the struggle for global human rights through the prism of Torah tradition. Starting with creation, we’ll follow the logic of the Holy Story through the exile from Eden, the choosing of Abraham, the covenant at Sinai, entering Eretz Yisrael, the visions of the prophets, and the meaning of these in Rabbinic, Medieval and modern interpretation. As we immerse ourselves in the logic of Jewish tradition, we will ask: What do human rights mean in Torah terms? And how can Judaism help achieve global human rights?
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Language: English
Faculty: Dr. Shaiya Rothberg
Sugiyot of Social Justice
Cohen
13:15
15:45
Talmud
Cohen
13:15
15:45
Mishnah & Midrash
Silverstein
13:15
15:45
Description:
In this course we will examine the basic building blocks of the Torah She’baal Peh – the Oral Torah – the Mishnah, Tosefta and midrash - the interpretive tradition which links the law to its sources in the Torah. We will pay special attention to the skills which will give students the ability to continue their studies of the Oral tradition.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: English
Faculty: Rabbi Mordechai Silverstein
The Way of Faith in the Zohar
Rothberg
13:15
15:45
Crossroads - Walking Encounter
including Mincha
13:45
18:00
Description:
The issues facing Israeli society today are as complex and multi-faceted as the long history of this ancient land. During Crossroads, we will tackle issues of politics, religion, and social justice through a combination of text study, walking tours, and interfacing with key change-makers in Israel today. Come with a curious mind and, when needed, good walking shoes.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: English
Faculty:
Talmud
Cohen
13:15
15:45
Mishnah & Midrash
Silverstein
13:15
15:45
Description:
In this course we will examine the basic building blocks of the Torah She’baal Peh – the Oral Torah – the Mishnah, Tosefta and midrash - the interpretive tradition which links the law to its sources in the Torah. We will pay special attention to the skills which will give students the ability to continue their studies of the Oral tradition.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: English
Faculty: Rabbi Mordechai Silverstein
The Way of Faith in the Zohar
Rothberg
13:15
15:45
15:00
Mincha & Announcements
15:45
16:00
Mincha & Announcements
15:45
16:00
Mincha & Announcements
15:45
16:00
Mincha & Announcements
15:45
16:00
16:00
It's Good to be the King - Kingship in the Tanakh
Stern Rosenblatt
16:00
18:00
Description:
Who should rule and how can they be just? What role should God play in the relationship between ruler and people? Is good rule even possible? While tracing the development of the institution of kings, we will also pay close attention to the literary and theological concerns that arise from the texts.
Required Texts:
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Faculty: Bex Stern Rosenblatt
Halakha
Roth
16:00
18:00
Music & Tefilah
Blumofe
16:00
18:00
Visualizing the Hebrew Goddess
Rothberg
16:00
18:00
Description:
In the Bible and Talmud, God is portrayed as a man. In medieval Jewish philosophy, God is understood to transcend any image or gender. But hidden in the Zohar is a radically different school of thought. This school seeks to draw close to God, perhaps close enough to touch, through a mystical-literary exploration of God's identity as a woman. Drawing on classical Jewish symbolism, and yet unabashedly iconoclastic, the Zohar weaves midrash and Kabbalistic symbolism into a majestic vision of the Hebrew Goddess who overcomes patriarchy (even of the Zohar itself) to take Her rightful place as Master of creation. In this course, we will study the Zohar's vision of the Hebrew Goddess in historical context and explore its implications for our own spiritual lives.
Required Texts:
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Faculty: Dr. Shaiya Rothberg
It's Good to be the King - Kingship in the Tanakh
Stern Rosenblatt
16:00
18:00
Description:
Who should rule and how can they be just? What role should God play in the relationship between ruler and people? Is good rule even possible? While tracing the development of the institution of kings, we will also pay close attention to the literary and theological concerns that arise from the texts.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Bex Stern Rosenblatt
Halakha
Roth
16:00
18:00
It's Good to be the King - Kingship in the Tanakh
Stern Rosenblatt
16:00
18:00
Description:
Who should rule and how can they be just? What role should God play in the relationship between ruler and people? Is good rule even possible? While tracing the development of the institution of kings, we will also pay close attention to the literary and theological concerns that arise from the texts.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Bex Stern Rosenblatt
Halakha
Roth
16:00
18:00