• January 30, 2023
  • 8 5783, Shevat
  • פרשת בא

PODCAST: Megilat Eichah

During this week’s parshat hashavua shiur Rabbi Brovender discussed Megilat Eicha.

This shiur was dedicated in memory of Mr. Norman Ruback z”l by his loving family: לעי”נ נחמן בן גדליה הכהן ז”ל

Join Rabbi Chaim Brovender’s weekly Parsha Shiur live on Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. (Jerusalem time) in our live, interactive online classroom (click here for free registration) and simulcast here on Facebook Live (Facebook account not required).

 

 

 

PODCAST: Daf Yomi One Week at a Time Yoma: Daf 80-88 + Siyum

Rabbanit Dr. Tamara Spitz reviews key topics of the previous week’s seven pages.

This week we will continue learning about the amounts one is liable for eating and drinking on Yom Kippur. The Gemara teaches that children are exempt from the prohibitions of Yom Kippur but from a certain age they must practice keeping the laws. We will learn fundamental concepts that apply to our lives like: The importance of saving a life, saving a life overrides the laws of Shabbat, the concept of Repentance and how one goes about achieving atonement for various sins.  We will be completing Masechet Yoma together this week in class.

To join the live class please visit Daf Yomi One Week at a Time: Yoma.

PODCAST: Who Was Pinchas?

During this week’s parshat hashavua shiur Rabbi Brovender discussed Pinchas. Who was he and how did his actions effect everything that came afterwards?

Join Rabbi Chaim Brovender’s weekly Parsha Shiur live on Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. (Jerusalem time) in our live, interactive online classroom (click here for free registration) and simulcast here on Facebook Live (Facebook account not required).

 

 

 

PODCAST: Daf Yomi One Week at a Time Yoma: Daf 71-79

Rabbanit Dr. Tamara Spitz reviews key topics of the previous week’s seven pages.

This week we will learn about the priestly garments; how they were made and who wore which clothes. With that we will complete the 7th chapter of Yoma. The 8th chapter discusses the 6 prohibition of Yom Kippur that we are commanded to keep even now that there is no Temple. The Gemara discusses how each one is an affliction of the soul.

 

To join the live class please visit Daf Yomi One Week at a Time: Yoma.