Monday - Thursday: After second Shacharit.
Shabbat: 30 minutes before Mincha.
Wednesdays, 10:00 AM with Rabbi Hellman in the Beit Midrash.
Baba Metzia Chapter 3.
Men & women welcome.
Sundays, following 8:00 AM Shacharit with Rabbi Hellman.
Men & women welcome.
Gemara Shiur For men
Jewish Family Law
Tuesdays, 8:30 PM, with Rabbi Yosef Polak, ABD, Boston Bet Din, in the Beit Midrash.
A shiur on Shulchan Arukh Even Ha’ezer, examining the classical origins of the halachos, as found in Talmud, Tosafot, Rambam and Responsa. The shiurim are interpretive and conceptual in nature, and not primarily historical. Each shiur is mostly an entity on its own and not dependent on material covered in previous weeks. Familiarity with halachic thinking, and of course, some Hebrew, is helpful. BYO Even haEzer.
Anticipating the moshiach
Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 PM, with Dr. Jerry Baronofsky, in the Beit Midrash.
Explore the Tanach and Talmudic sources that describe the laws and expectations that are anticipated when the Moshiach will come. If you are confused about how the Messianic Era and the Afterlife can be reconciled, this class may provide clarity. Source materials will be provided, primarily from the 2-volume set, Otzarot Acharit Hayamim, by Rabbi Yehudah Chiyun.
TCN: Rabbi Eli Mansour
Thursdays at 7:45 PM in the Multi-Purpose Room
Rabbi Mansour serves as rabbi to Congregation Bet Yaakob in Brooklyn, NY. His fascinating shiur on the parasha is broadcast weekly.
TCN: Rabbi Yissocher Frand
Thursdays at 9:00 PM in the Multi-Purpose Room
Rabbi Frand, a Magid Shiur at the Ner Israel Yeshiva, gives an enormously popular shiur every week, broadcast live from Baltimore, MD. The lecture is a halacha shiur based on the parasha.
TCN: Rabbi Yisroel Reisman
Saturday nights, times vary, in the Multi-Purpose Room
Rabbi Reisman, a musmach of Hagaon Rav Avrohom Pam, zt"l, is a Maggid Shiur at Yeshiva Torah Vodaath in Brooklyn, NY and is Rov of Agudath Israel Zichron Chaim Tzvi. His Nach/Halacha/Hashkafa shiur is broadcast every Motzei Shabbos from Ahi Ezer in Brooklyn, NY.