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
7:0
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
9:0
12:15
Description:
5 Levels of Hebrew Ulpan - Aleph, Aleph+, Bet, Bet+, Gimmel-Dalet, & Heh-Vav
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Language: עברית
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Hebrew Ulpan
Various Teachers
9:0
12:15
Description:
5 Levels of Hebrew Ulpan - Aleph, Aleph+, Bet, Bet+, Gimmel-Dalet, & Heh-Vav
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Schedule:
Language: עברית
Faculty:
Hebrew Ulpan
Various Teachers
9:0
12:15
Description:
5 Levels of Hebrew Ulpan - Aleph, Aleph+, Bet, Bet+, Gimmel-Dalet, & Heh-Vav
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: עברית
Faculty:
Hebrew Ulpan
Various Teachers
9:0
12:15
Description:
5 Levels of Hebrew Ulpan - Aleph, Aleph+, Bet, Bet+, Gimmel-Dalet, & Heh-Vav
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: עברית
Faculty:
Hebrew Ulpan
Various Teachers
9:0
12:15
Description:
5 Levels of Hebrew Ulpan - Aleph, Aleph+, Bet, Bet+, Gimmel-Dalet, & Heh-Vav
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: עברית
Faculty:
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 Break
12:15
13:15
13:00
Human Dignity as a Jewish Value
Greenstein
13:15
15:45
Description:
Human dignity has recently become a newly meaningful value concept in progressive Jewish legal thinking. What are its roots in the classical Jewish sources? What factors convey dignity to human beings? What factors undermine human dignity? Does the Torah’s demands for living always support this value? How shall we deal with a conflict between the Torah and human dignity? Our primary sources will be talmudic and liturgical texts, in English translation.
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Language: English
Faculty: Rabbi David Greenstein
Talmud
Levy
13:15
15:45
Tefilah Track
Rebling & Chernett
13:15
15:45
Description:
Week 1 - Rosh HaShanah Nusakh, Week 2 & 3 - Yom Kippur Nusakh
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Faculty: Chazan Jalda Rebling & Chazan Jaclyn Chernett
Lamentations - The Book of Eicha
Stern Rosenblatt
13:15
15:45
Talmudic Aggadah
Kurshan
13:15
15:45
Tefilah Track
Rebling & Chernett
13:15
15:45
Description:
Week 1 - Rosh HaShanah Nusakh, Week 2 & 3 - Yom Kippur Nusakh
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Chazan Jalda Rebling & Chazan Jaclyn Chernett
Human Dignity as a Jewish Value
Greenstein
13:15
15:45
Description:
Human dignity has recently become a newly meaningful value concept in progressive Jewish legal thinking. What are its roots in the classical Jewish sources? What factors convey dignity to human beings? What factors undermine human dignity? Does the Torah’s demands for living always support this value? How shall we deal with a conflict between the Torah and human dignity? Our primary sources will be talmudic and liturgical texts, in English translation.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: English
Faculty: Rabbi David Greenstein
Talmud
Levy
13:15
15:45
Tefilah Track
Rebling & Chernett
13:15
15:45
Description:
Week 1 - Rosh HaShanah Nusakh, Week 2 & 3 - Yom Kippur Nusakh
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Chazan Jalda Rebling & Chazan Jaclyn Chernett
Lamentations - The Book of Eicha
Stern Rosenblatt
13:15
15:45
Talmudic Aggadah
Kurshan
13:15
15:45
Tefilah Track
Rebling & Chernett
13:15
15:45
Description:
Week 1 - Rosh HaShanah Nusakh, Week 2 & 3 - Yom Kippur Nusakh
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Chazan Jalda Rebling & Chazan Jaclyn Chernett
Human Dignity as a Jewish Value
Greenstein
13:15
15:45
Description:
Human dignity has recently become a newly meaningful value concept in progressive Jewish legal thinking. What are its roots in the classical Jewish sources? What factors convey dignity to human beings? What factors undermine human dignity? Does the Torah’s demands for living always support this value? How shall we deal with a conflict between the Torah and human dignity? Our primary sources will be talmudic and liturgical texts, in English translation.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: English
Faculty: Rabbi David Greenstein
Talmud
Levy
13:15
15:45
Tefilah Track
Rebling & Chernett
13:15
15:45
Description:
Week 1 - Rosh HaShanah Nusakh, Week 2 & 3 - Yom Kippur Nusakh
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Chazan Jalda Rebling & Chazan Jaclyn Chernett
15:00
Mincha & Announcements
15:45
16:0
Mincha & Announcements
15:45
16:0
Mincha & Announcements
15:45
16:0
Mincha & Announcements
15:45
16:0
Mincha & Announcements
15:45
16:0
16:00
Judaism, Sports and Leisure Activities
Iser
16:0
18:0
Description:
Among the topics we will cover: How does Judaism view physical health, exercise and competitive sports? Is it permitted to participate in potentially hurtful, harmful or violent sports and activities such as football, boxing, or paintball? Is it even permitted to watch violent sports? What about board games or video games which involve violent scenarios? Is sports gambling permitted? Is there a Jewish way to be a sports fan?
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Faculty: Rabbi Alan Iser
Jacob and Esau - A Tanakh-long Story
Hollander-Goldfarb
16:0
18:0
Description:
A villain and a righteous person? A conniving brother and a naive victim? Their complicated relationship does not end in the book of Bereshit, it stretches to the ends of the Tanakh (and beyond). How and where? That's what we will look at.
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Faculty: Vered Hollander Goldfarb
Tefilah Track
Rebling & Chernett
16:0
18:0
Description:
Week 1 - Rosh HaShanah Nusakh, Week 2 & 3 - Yom Kippur Nusakh
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Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Chazan Jalda Rebling & Chazan Jaclyn Chernett
Encountering the Divine Within
Smith
16:0
18:0
Description:
Exploring some of the illuminating spiritual insights from Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, first Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of the British Mandatory Palestine (d. 1935). Participants will delve into Rav Kook’s understanding on how to access the soul’s “still small voice” and what it means to heed her unique urgings. The class will discuss as well Rav Kook’s teachings on the spiritual dimension of freedom, authenticity and personal truth.
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Language: English
Faculty: Yiscah Smith
Tefilah Track
Rebling & Chernett
16:0
18:0
Description:
Week 1 - Rosh HaShanah Nusakh, Week 2 & 3 - Yom Kippur Nusakh
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Chazan Jalda Rebling & Chazan Jaclyn Chernett
Judaism, Sports and Leisure Activities
Iser
16:0
18:0
Description:
Among the topics we will cover: How does Judaism view physical health, exercise and competitive sports? Is it permitted to participate in potentially hurtful, harmful or violent sports and activities such as football, boxing, or paintball? Is it even permitted to watch violent sports? What about board games or video games which involve violent scenarios? Is sports gambling permitted? Is there a Jewish way to be a sports fan?
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Rabbi Alan Iser
Jacob and Esau - A Tanakh-long Story
Hollander-Goldfarb
16:0
18:0
Description:
A villain and a righteous person? A conniving brother and a naive victim? Their complicated relationship does not end in the book of Bereshit, it stretches to the ends of the Tanakh (and beyond). How and where? That's what we will look at.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Vered Hollander Goldfarb
Tefilah Track
Rebling & Chernett
16:0
18:0
Description:
Week 1 - Rosh HaShanah Nusakh, Week 2 & 3 - Yom Kippur Nusakh
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Chazan Jalda Rebling & Chazan Jaclyn Chernett
Encountering the Divine Within
Smith
16:0
18:0
Description:
Exploring some of the illuminating spiritual insights from Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, first Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of the British Mandatory Palestine (d. 1935). Participants will delve into Rav Kook’s understanding on how to access the soul’s “still small voice” and what it means to heed her unique urgings. The class will discuss as well Rav Kook’s teachings on the spiritual dimension of freedom, authenticity and personal truth.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language: English
Faculty: Yiscah Smith
Tefilah Track
Rebling & Chernett
16:0
18:0
Description:
Week 1 - Rosh HaShanah Nusakh, Week 2 & 3 - Yom Kippur Nusakh
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Chazan Jalda Rebling & Chazan Jaclyn Chernett
Judaism, Sports and Leisure Activities
Iser
16:0
18:0
Description:
Among the topics we will cover: How does Judaism view physical health, exercise and competitive sports? Is it permitted to participate in potentially hurtful, harmful or violent sports and activities such as football, boxing, or paintball? Is it even permitted to watch violent sports? What about board games or video games which involve violent scenarios? Is sports gambling permitted? Is there a Jewish way to be a sports fan?
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Rabbi Alan Iser
Jacob and Esau - A Tanakh-long Story
Hollander-Goldfarb
16:0
18:0
Description:
A villain and a righteous person? A conniving brother and a naive victim? Their complicated relationship does not end in the book of Bereshit, it stretches to the ends of the Tanakh (and beyond). How and where? That's what we will look at.
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Vered Hollander Goldfarb
Tefilah Track
Rebling & Chernett
16:0
18:0
Description:
Week 1 - Rosh HaShanah Nusakh, Week 2 & 3 - Yom Kippur Nusakh
Required Texts:
Schedule:
Language:
Faculty: Chazan Jalda Rebling & Chazan Jaclyn Chernett