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Adult Education

Daily Classes

Daf Yomi

Rabbi Yaakov Fisch

Weekdays 5:45am

Daf Yomi is a daily regimen of learning the Talmud and its commentaries in which each of the 2,711
pages of the Babylonian Talmud is covered in sequence. Under this regimen, the entire Talmud is completed, one day at a time, in a cycle of seven and a half years. Tens of thousands of Jews worldwide study the Daf Yomi program, and over 300,000 participate in the Siyum HaShas, an event celebrating the culmination of the cycle of learning. The Daf Yomi program has been credited with making Talmud study accessible to Jews who are not Torah scholars and having a unifying factor among Jews. Please join Rabbi Yaakov Fisch every morning for a most delightful class and sink your teeth into the ancient text that is having a renaissance in today’s Jewish world.

Halacha Yomi

Rabbi Yaakov Fisch

Weekdays after Shacharis

Orach Chaim or The Way Of Life is the first of the four sections in the Shulchan Aruch or the Code of Jewish Law. This magnum opus was written and codified by Rabbi Yosef Caro in Tzfat, Israel during the fifteenth century. The Orach Chaim section of Shulchan Aruch is universally considered the foundation of Jewish law. There are thousands of halachic conclusions codified in this sacred work. Rabbi Yaakov Fisch teaches a daily lesson from this work after Shacharis that will undoubtedly enhance and enrich your day.

Mishna Yomi

Rabbi Yaakov Fisch

Evenings between Mincha and Maariv

Mishna is the foundation for the Oral Torah. The Mishna consists of six orders, each containing 7-12 tractates, 63 in total. Each tractate is divided into chapters, and then into individual paragraphs. The writings of the Mishna encompass all areas of Jewish Law. For the last eleven years the minyan has faithfully studied the mishna every evening between mincha and maariv and to date has completed about 70% of the entire Mishna. Rabbi Fisch teaches this class.

Weekly Classes

Chaburah in Partnership
with Jacksonville Kollel

Rabbi Yaakov Fisch


Start your week the Torah Way! The Chaburah is a text-based Talmud study learning program. Learn from the sources, together with a friend or Kollel rabbi. After preparing the source materials, a Kollel rabbi leads a lively discussion with an emphasis on practical halacha. Participants enjoy seeing how the material they just studied makes its way into the Shulchan Aruch. Enjoy studying with coffee and pastries, and be out the door by 10:00am.

Java for the Soul

Rabbi Abi Feigenbaum


The "Peh" (mouth) Is Mightier Than The Sword. Sticks and Stones will break my bones - but in Jewish Law and Morality, words kill. We will be studying the works of the Chofetz Chaim to better understand the complexity and thought process of Jewish Law & in regards to the incredible power our words have to affect our families and communities.

Prophetic Visions/Pirkei Avos

Rabbi Yaakov Fisch


Please join Rabbi Yaakov Fisch for a class that is intellectually stimulating and inspirational. In the winter months, the class studies one of the chapters of the Minor Prophets starting with Hoshea. In the summer months, the class studies Pirkei Avos and applies the ethics of Judaism into practical applications.

Unlocking the Closed Book

Rabbi Abi Feigenbaum

Every other Shabbos

Unlocking the Closed Book is a bi-weekly class on the power of prayer. This interactive class aims to make prayer more personal and meaningful as a part of our daily lives. Offered every other Shabbos, participants of this class will delve into the translation and lessons of each prayer and feel more connected in worship.

Parsha Alive!



The Torah reading cycle begins every year on Simchas Torah, and we hear the same stories in the Book of Bereshis. Avraham has his test of the Akeida, Yitzchak has his struggles, and Yaakov is running for his life from his brother who wants to kill him. If we all know this narrative from past years, how are the messages from the parsha still compelling and relevant? Please join us for a fascinating Parsha discussion and rediscover the deeper messages of the weekly portion that you undoubtedly will find most compelling and relevant.

Lunch & Learn in Partnership with JCA

Rabbi Abi Feigenbaum

Monthly; check calendar

In the hustle and bustle of our hectic work days, we rarely have the opportunity to pause and reflect on how to bring meaning into our lives. However, each month, Rabbi Avi Feigenbaum visits with employees and professionals to help facilitate that experience. These engaging Lunch and Learns are held at noon. Topics range from the meaning of an upcoming holiday, everyday life issues, or personal growth. In addition to providing a delicious kosher lunch free of charge, these monthly sessions are uplifting and informative.

Monday Night Mini Series

Kabbalah Versus Magic

Rabbi Avi Feigenbaum

Many people wonder about the authenticity of Kabbalah, about whether or not it offers a way to
circumvent the strictures of adhering to a Torah lifestyle, and whether or not it is indeed a real part of the Jewish tradition. In this series, we will attempt to define Kabbalah, its authenticity, and the prerequisites for its study. The class also discusses how the revealed Torah offers tremendous depth and opportunity for personal and spiritual development without the study of Kabbalah.

The Science of Thriving

Dr. Elliott Rosenbaum

Now, more than ever, people are searching for the secret to happiness. Thankfully, scientists have been studying happiness and have found some pretty compelling answers by researching thousands of people who are thriving. This relatively new science is called Positive Psychology. Join Dr. Elliott Rosenbaum for a four-part series on The Science of Thriving.

Tears of King David

Rabbi Yaakov Fisch

For thousands of years, Jews have connected to G-d through the medium of Tehilim/Psalms. In times of distress and crisis, we have turned to the lofty words written by King David thousands of years ago. Why has Tehilim been the prayer of choice for all these critical moments? Please join Rabbi Yaakov Fisch in a four-part mini-series as we discover and become enlightened from the central themes of Tehilim.

Tue, March 28 2023 6 Nisan 5783