Track One: A. The Men's Kollel  B. The Women's Academy

1 A. Men's Kollel 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 even the nations of the world are quite intrigued about. You will also pick up some great Talmudic sayings and stories.

Jewish Mysticism, also known as Chassidic philosophy, will delve into mysteries about G‑d and His goal in creating the world, touching on topics such as: free choice, benefit of fulfillment of commandments, ability to overcome temptation, love and fear of G‑d, and much more. It's 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.

The schedule is as follows:

Sunday, Monday, Tues - Talmud Brochos

Wednesday - Talmud Brochos and Chassidic Discourse

Thursday - Talmud Brochos 

Friday- Talmud Brochos and Chassidic Discourse

1 B. Women's Academy is a program geared to inspire beginners and advanced, with topics that are typically studied in Jewish seminaries for advanced Judaic education. Our teachers are from the best in their fields and are known for their analytical, passionate and thought-provoking style. 

The schedule is as follows:

Monday - Famous Women in the 24 Books of Tanach (Torah, Prophets, Writings.) This class will discuss the success, happiness, holiness, righteousness, trials and tribulations of women such as our matriarchs and prophetesses. Sara, Rebecca, Rachel, Leah, Esther, Chana, Avigayil, Devorah, Miriam, Yocheved and more.    

Tuesday and Thursday - In-depth study of Beraishis (Genesis.)

Wednesday - Yahadus [Jewish Laws, insights and Traditions applicable to women.]

  

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.

 

The schedule is as follows:

Sundays - Guest Speaker

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

Tuesdays -  A Lecture from the Lubavitcher Rebbe on the weekly Torah portion  

Wednesdays -  Jewish History - the book of Samuel 2

Thursdays - Laws of Shabbos