Sign In Forgot Password

Follow Us On

KJ

KJB

Special Classes This Week

Lectures & Courses

Jewish Learning Institute:The Dilemma : Modern Dilemmas. Talmudic Debates. Your Solutions.
Rabbi Elie Weinstock
Mondays at 7:00 pm (Starting February 6)

Apply mind-bending, brain-twisting, hair-splitting Talmudic reasoning to solve real-life modern dilemmas. What do you do when your gut tells you one thing, and your brain tells you another? Prepare for a mental expedition to mind-wrestle with situations that force us to choose between two reasonable truths.

Analyze, discuss, and debate Talmudic texts with live interactive polling for an authentic taste of original, dynamic Talmud studyClick here for more information and to register. Cost: $79 per course ($135 per couple) No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. 

 
 

Mid-Town Learning
Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz
Tuesdays @ 12:30 pm

Join Rabbi Steinmetz for a Torah Class and Complimentary Lunch, studying The Foundations of Modern Orthodoxy:  Torah & Humanism. Location: Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, 450 Lexington Avenue (between 44th and 45th Streets).  Mandatory RSVP to Dina@CKJ.org  This first class is anonymously sponsored. To sponsor future classes contact Dina.  

 

Soul Cycle - A Monthly Spiritual Workout
Wednesdays at 7:30 pm
Rachel Kraus

Wednesday, December 14th Thursday, January 26th, Monday February 27th, Wednesday, March 29th, Wednesday, April 26th, Shavout (last class), May 31st

Women of the community are invited to participate in a monthly learning series to provide an opportunity to learn, share, engage. A variety of topics will be addressed in different homes each month.

From Generation to Generation: Snapshots in Jewish History
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm
Starting January 10
Rabbi Daniel Kraus

An overview of the main events and personalities that have shaped the Jewish people from creation to the founding of modern Israel in 1948.  Co-sponsored by NJOP. For questions or to RSVP email
RDK@ckj.org.

For Class Recordings Click Here

 

ISGAP Lecture Series
See below for location and seminar information.


The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) is an interdisciplinary scholarly research center dedicated to the study of antisemitism. ISGAP, headquartered in New York City, brings together leading scholars from all over the world through our Seminar Series.(Mandatory RSVP to info@isgap.org). 

Columbia University Schedule

ISGAP Center Schedule

Sat, 25 March 2017 27 Adar 5777