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Class Schedule 


  In Person
7:30 AM

Jewish Polity & Societal Structure

Rabbi Laniado

9:15 AM

Advanced Talmud

Rabbi Wieder

  In Person
9:15 AM

Youth Tefilla

Charles Zami

9:00 AM

Exploring Jewish Thought

Rabbi Steinmetz


Level & Format


  Evening   In Person   Zoom
9:00 AM

Prophets: The Book of Samuel

Rabbi Feldman

8:00 PM

Kitzur Shulchan Aruch

Morris Massel



9:00 AM

Weekly Parsha

Rabbi Lookstein


Sara Rosen

5:00 PM Beg I

5:45 PM Beg II

6:30 PM Inter.

7:30 PM Advanced

  In Person
8:30 AM

King Solomon

7:30 PM

Meaningful Jewish Living

KJ Clergy


After Sephardic Minha

Table Topics

Rabbi Laniado


45 Minutes Before Mincha

In-Depth Laws of Shabbat

Rabbi Feldman

Class Descriptions


Consult Shabbat Announcements for updates.


Dr. William Major Memorial Advanced Shiur in Talmud
Continuing our study of Masekhet Brachot with its classical commentaries.

Exploring Jewish Thought
What is the foundation of ethics? How did Orthodox Jews understand the Holocaust? Dive deeply into questions of Jewish philosophy and wrestle with challenging ideas. Appropriate for intellectually curious students of any background. Translated texts provided. 

Reading the Prophets: The Book of Samuel
Read Sefer Shmuel closely and explore the literary and philosophical aspects of this book.


Take a deep dive into the amida.

Kitzur Shulchan Aruch
A classic, concise work of halacha that covers the complete spectrum of Jewish law. The class is a text based class and open to all.


The Weekly Parsha Class
(Description TBD)


Beginners Hebrew

For those who want to start building a foundation in Hebrew to help thme read Jewish Prayer. 

Intermediate Hebrew
This popular class enables those with no previous background in Hebrew to learn to read Hebrew in just a short time.

Advanced Hebrew
Designed for those with some ability to read Hebrew, students practice reading skills using the siddur and other Jewish texts.

Meaningful Jewish Living
A comprehensive year-long course covering major themes in Jewish law, practice and thought. Explore how a 5,000 year old religion is more relevant today than ever before.


Wed, July 24 2024 18 Tammuz 5784