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Study Opportunities

Throughout the history of civilization, people have lived in close proximity to other – especially when living in dense urban areas. How do we balance individual property rights against the interests of people living nearby? The Babylonian Talmud deals with this question in the second chapter of Tractate Bava Batra, and this class with Rabbi Abe Friedman will offer a survey of the Talmud’s approach to neighborliness as well as a conceptual understanding of how Talmud operates.

All texts will be provided in English as well as the original language and no prior experience with Talmud is necessary for this course.


Lunch and Learn: Finding Ourselves in the Siddur

Beginning Thursday, May 2 from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM at Cohen, Placitella & Roth, PC (2001 Market Street #2900). Running until May 30.

This five-part series with Rabbi Yosef Goldman will explore the structure and content of the weekday siddur as a tool for meaningful prayer.

Cost: FREE; Registration required.


The Book of Exodus

Beginning Tuesday, October 16, 10:30 AM.

We are pleased to announce the return of Rabbi Stones Tuesday morning class which will run continuously with a break during the last two weeks of December.

Cost: FREE; No registration required.


talmud newMorning Parsha Study

Tuesday mornings following the morning minyan, from 8:30 to 9:00 AM

Rabbi Mort Levine leads an informal study session on Parshat HaShavua. Participants will utilize the English text and are encouraged to discuss and challenge its meaning and application. Come to one session or come to all.

Cost: FREE; No registration required.

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