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Thursday Night Mishmar

Thursday Night Mishmar 

The Mishmar takes place on a monthly basis on the Thursday prior to Shabbos Mevorchim. The participants will be engaged in Halachic discussions that have practical application, all the while enjoying a variety of delicious meals to include hot cholent, wings, chili and, of course, cold beer!  

2019-January 3, January 31,  February 28, April 4

Sunday Morning Breakfast with guest speaker Dr. Ed Lee

Lights, Camera Action!! With Ed Lee

Our very own Dr. Ed Lee is a professional photographer who has extensively traveled around the world and taken spectacular photographs at the world’s most beautiful places. Each photo has a story that can tell us about the area and culture of the location. Please join Ed as he will present these outstanding photographs and the compelling stories behind them.

December 23

Practical Parenting Classes

Practical Parenting Classes with Henny Fisch

Would you like to up your parenting game? Would you like to learn how to create a positive atmosphere in your home and how to create a strong parent/child relationship? Please join us for a seven-week parenting series. (Please note: This class is best for parents of young children, but all parents are invited)

Wednesdays 2019: January 9, January 16, January 23 January 30, February 6, February 13, February 20

Hogwarts and Hogwash

Hogwarts and Hogwash-Separating Fact From Fiction in the arena of  Superstition, Evil Eye and Red Threads 
with Rabbi Yaakov Fisch

Much has been written about these little-known concepts, and a lot of it is laced with misinformation and myth. However, there are traditional Jewish sources that seem to confirm the authenticity of these mysterious issues. Please join Rabbi Fisch for a fascinating discussion about if the world of superstition is consistent with Torah values.

January 7, January 14, January 21, January 28

Debunking the Myths of Bible Tales

Debunking the Myths of Bible Tales with Rena Schochet

We often think Bible Tales are cute, sweet, stories; but we sometimes believe them far-fetched and simplistic. The Torah does not tell us "stories" -  the Torah records incidents as a learning medium. There are profound and abiding messages for us to decipher within the Torah’s words, phrases, and language. How can we unravel these deep messages? We divine the Torah’s complexity through the nuances in language, the underlying depth of its phraseology, and allegories. We use these stories as a beginning point to delve further and further into the nuances of Torah. If you think some of the “stories" sound fantastical, wait as we attain the truth! We have the unbelievable “back story” to decipher, explain, and reveal! We will debunk the myths and uncover the levels of wonder and majesty. Ultimately, the “stories” are even more magical than even the wildest of Bible Tales you remember hearing! Join us as we delve into the rich waters of Torah education!  

February 4, February 11, February 18 February 25

Believing In Miracles

Believing In Miracles with Rabbi Yehuda Appelbaum

There are open miracles and hidden miracles. Open miracles are G-d’s way of letting us know he’s around and that he runs the world. Hidden miracles is our job to recognize G-d in our daily activities. Join us as we delve into Jewish text so we can recognize G-d in our daily life. Miracles are knowing that there is nothing that G-d can't do.  They give us the security to know he’s got our back.

March 4, March 11, March 18, March 25

The Righteous Gentile in Contemporary Society

The Righteous Gentile in Contemporary Society with Rabbi Avi Feigenbaum

We all know that the Jewish People have been given 613 Commandments. The Torah tells us that the non-Jewish world was also given a set of laws - the Seven Noahide Commandments. Throughout our history, we have recognized the place of the "Righteous Gentile." Join us as we delve into the precise details of these concepts, what are these laws, and how they can impact our own daily lives in today's complex inter-connected world.

2019-May 6, May 13, May 20

High Holiday Primer 

High Holiday Primer with Rabbi Avi Feigenbaum

Be sure to make the most of your Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur this year by becoming more familiar with the service. Please join us for this inspirational High Holiday mini-series that will truly bring your Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur experience to life! Find out what the Holidays are all about.

2019- September 9, September 16 and September 23

Sun, December 9 2018 1 Teves 5779