High Holidays Schedule 

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Talmud Works: How does Jewish Law Work?
Nov 27, 2014 - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Weekly class delving into the system of the Talmud and Jewish law. We will read clips of Talmud and Jewish thinkers throughout history discussing issues like: The accuracy of the Oral Tradition, what is the origins of disputes in the Oral Law? the co-existence of contradictory truths, the Halachic process, is the Torah eternally relevant? how do Jewish laws change and more. Both beginners and advanced students will gain from this class. Texts will be supplied in both languages. Light dinner will be served.
Sinai Scholars
Dec 1, 2014 - 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Chassidus Study Group Dinner
Dec 3, 2014 - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
"My G-d, open my lips and my mouth will recite your praise" (King David c.1040-c.970 BCE) Ever wonder why the Rabbis inserted this verse before each prayer and what that says about prayer in general? Join us for a weekly study group on the Esoteric (Kabbalistic and Chassidic) interpretations of prayer and what its meant to accomplish. We will explore different parts of prayer over the course of the semester. We meet each Wed at 8-9pm for study of text, discussion and Deli dinner at Chabad House.
Talmud Works: How does Jewish Law Work?
Dec 4, 2014 - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Weekly class delving into the system of the Talmud and Jewish law. We will read clips of Talmud and Jewish thinkers throughout history discussing issues like: The accuracy of the Oral Tradition, what is the origins of disputes in the Oral Law? the co-existence of contradictory truths, the Halachic process, is the Torah eternally relevant? how do Jewish laws change and more. Both beginners and advanced students will gain from this class. Texts will be supplied in both languages. Light dinner will be served.
Shabbat Dinner
Dec 5, 2014 - 6:00 pm
Chassidus Study Group Dinner
Dec 10, 2014 - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
"My G-d, open my lips and my mouth will recite your praise" (King David c.1040-c.970 BCE) Ever wonder why the Rabbis inserted this verse before each prayer and what that says about prayer in general? Join us for a weekly study group on the Esoteric (Kabbalistic and Chassidic) interpretations of prayer and what its meant to accomplish. We will explore different parts of prayer over the course of the semester. We meet each Wed at 8-9pm for study of text, discussion and Deli dinner at Chabad House.
Talmud Works: How does Jewish Law Work?
Dec 11, 2014 - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Weekly class delving into the system of the Talmud and Jewish law. We will read clips of Talmud and Jewish thinkers throughout history discussing issues like: The accuracy of the Oral Tradition, what is the origins of disputes in the Oral Law? the co-existence of contradictory truths, the Halachic process, is the Torah eternally relevant? how do Jewish laws change and more. Both beginners and advanced students will gain from this class. Texts will be supplied in both languages. Light dinner will be served.
Talmud Works: How does Jewish Law Work?
Dec 25, 2014 - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Weekly class delving into the system of the Talmud and Jewish law. We will read clips of Talmud and Jewish thinkers throughout history discussing issues like: The accuracy of the Oral Tradition, what is the origins of disputes in the Oral Law? the co-existence of contradictory truths, the Halachic process, is the Torah eternally relevant? how do Jewish laws change and more. Both beginners and advanced students will gain from this class. Texts will be supplied in both languages. Light dinner will be served.

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