We are currently accepting new applications. The new semester began on Monday, 7 Iyar 5781 (April 19th.) However, we still can accept students that missed the beginning classes. We will try to help you catch up on what you missed. 

We offer two tracks. You can choose any one of them or both. 

Track One: (10 AM – 11 AM EST) Talmudic Study and Jewish Mysticism

Track Two: (3 PM – 4 PM EST) A Variety of Judaic Studies (Chassidic Stories, Jewish History, Philosophy, Modern Commentators, Jewish Law)

Track One studies Talmud daily and the specific tractate is called “Brochos” which is the first tractate of the Talmud. This is a text base study but don’t worry since everything will be translated into English. You can expect to pick up Talmudic logic which is something that the nations of the world are quite intrigued about. You will also pick up some great Talmudic sayings and stories.

Jewish Mysticism will delve into mysteries that transcend ordinary human knowledge. This class will be based on the book called “Tanya.” This is the foundation of Chassidic philosophy and is based largely on the works of the Kabbalah such as the Zohar and the writings of the Kabbalists of Safed in the 16th Century. It will give you an entirely new outlook on life and offer tremendous inspiration..

Track One is a 6 days a week program. Sunday through Friday 10 AM – 11 AM.

The topics are as follows:

Sunday - Talmud Brochos and Tanya

Monday thru Wednesday - Talmud Brochos

Thursday - Talmud Brochos and Tanya

Friday- Talmud Brochos 

Track Two is a variety of many Judaic subjects. Each day you will take a new journey through the library of Judaic wisdom. There is no need to know Hebrew or Yiddish.

Sundays - Jewish History - the book of Samuel 1

Mondays- Inspirational Chassidic Stories

Tuesdays - Discussion about England's Chief Rabbi's insights on the weekly Torah portion

Wednesdays - a Lecture from the Lubavitcher Rebbe on the weekly Torah portion

Thursdays - Ethics of our fathers/Laws of Shabbos

Track Two is a 5 days a week program. Sunday through Thursday 3PM – 4PM.

Program Dates

This Semester began Monday, 7 Iyar, (April 19) and ends Friday, 7 Av (July 16.) 

Monthly Stipend Info  

The purpose of the stipend is to be an incentive to come every day, on time. Not everyone takes the stipend, but if you need the incentive, we encourage you to take it. 

For Track One - Come every day $54  plus write an essay once a week $36 Total $90. (5 times Chai)

For Track Two - Come every day $36 plus write an essay once a week $36 Total $72. (4 times Chai)

Join both tracks and write essays Total $162

Those in elder facilities have a different stipend package. Please call us for more info. 

In order to receive the stipend for coming and for writing the essays, please send in all 4 essays for the month in one email with 4 attachments and clarify if you missed more than one day per week or ever came more than 10 minutes late. 

If one month you cannot come every day because of guests and/or doctor appointments, we encourage you to try to keep up with the classes at your own time using our Youtube channel. This way, even though you will not receive the stipend for joining, you can still receive the stipend for the essays in this situation. Under normal circumstances however there will not be a stipend for essays without participating in the live classes.

Essay Info

Simply write or type a one-page essay of 150-200 words about any subject that was studied that week. Write a question that bothered you, an insight, a story or an experience you had that connects to the topic studied. Feel free to search the internet for information to write about. Be careful to search a kosher and authentic Jewish site such as Chabad.org, asktherav.com, dinonline.org, sefaria.org, aish.com, etc. 

Fine Print

Missing one class per week is fine. Missed classes are expected to be made-up by listening to those classes on Youtube. Search the United Jewish Generations Channel on Youtube and find the missed lesson. If something comes up and you need to be excused, please send an email to [email protected]

Please be considerate of others. No politics. Please join on time. Coming late, leaving early or listening to both, Torah  classes and your tv/phone/radio at the same time, is considered as a No-Show. We reserve the right to make changes to our policies, guidelines, stipend, etc at any time. We reserve the right to terminate anyone's participation at any time, if we feel you are interrupting, bothering, harassing or promoting something other than the study of our Holy Torah and connecting to Hashem. Additionally, if we feel someone is not benefiting from this program as much as we would like, or if they simply don't fit in with the group, or if we feel they will benefit more elsewhere, we reserve the right to exclude them from the program at any time. 

More info is available on the  Questions and Answers section.