Talmud and Toast with Rabbi Olitzky

Zoom

Join Rabbi Olitzky for our twice-a-month Talmud study over breakfast, alternating with Midrash in the Morning. Our series is open to everyone, of all knowledge levels and experience as we study Tractate Sanhedrin together. Brew a cup of coffee and make yourself breakfast and sign on to join us for learning! You can access a full […]

Mothers* Program

Zoom

Mothers* Program Wed, May 8 • 8PM, Via Zoom *This event is intended for those who identify as women or non-binary parents/caregivers of post-partum to middle school aged children. Give yourself the best gift you can this Mother's Day. A bit of self love and compassion. There's so much pressure today on mothers from societal […]

Talmud and Toast with Rabbi Olitzky

Zoom

Join Rabbi Olitzky for our twice-a-month Talmud study over breakfast, alternating with Midrash in the Morning. Our series is open to everyone, of all knowledge levels and experience as we study Tractate Sanhedrin together. Brew a cup of coffee and make yourself breakfast and sign on to join us for learning! You can access a full […]

Talmud and Toast with Rabbi Olitzky

Zoom

Join Rabbi Olitzky for our twice-a-month Talmud study over breakfast, alternating with Midrash in the Morning. Our series is open to everyone, of all knowledge levels and experience as we study Tractate Sanhedrin together. Brew a cup of coffee and make yourself breakfast and sign on to join us for learning! You can access a full […]

Event Series Poetry for Our Days

Poetry for Our Days

Zoom

Poetry for Our Days Israeli Poets Respond to October 7 Tuesdays: April 2, 9, & 16 • 7-8PM The calamity of October 7 has left Israel and the Jewish world in shock and despair. As more details of the horror unfold, Israelis are finding themselves less able to talk about it. The expression heard most […]

Event Series Poetry for Our Days

Poetry for Our Days

Zoom

Poetry for Our Days Israeli Poets Respond to October 7 Tuesdays: April 2, 9, & 16 • 7-8PM The calamity of October 7 has left Israel and the Jewish world in shock and despair. As more details of the horror unfold, Israelis are finding themselves less able to talk about it. The expression heard most […]