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Virtual Events & Classes

Rabbi Gershon Albert

MORNING MEANING 


Our morning learning continues at 8:00 AM with Rabbi Albert on Zoom. As we finish the Rambam’s Hilchot Teshuva, we will continue with the following schedule:

  • Sunday Mornings: Recipes for Prayer based on the Writings of Rav Dov Zinger (this is instead of the Monday evening class)
  • Monday - Thursday Mornings: Mishnah of Tractate Brachot
  • Friday Mornings: Rav Soloveitchik on the Parsha (these selections from the Rav’s writings will allow us to explore some of the main ideas in his thought)

We can dedicate the learning in memory of those who would otherwise have Kaddish recited on their behalf, like for a Yahrzeit.  

All virtual classes (other than Reading with Yonim) can be accessed with this Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/4672710965

Yonim Schweig, z"l

WEEKLY READING WITH YONIM


Monday evening at 8:30PM

Tania Schweig is offering a powerful class every other Monday evening called "Learning with Yonim" where she connects with the thoughts and ideas that animated the life of her son, Yonim Schweig, z"l.

Click Zoom to join the class! (password: 0HDS-7816!e) 

WEEKLY LUNCHTIME TALMUD


Weekly Talmud is on pause for Taanit Esther (February 25th) and will resume on Thursday, March 4th. Please join us!

Click Zoom to join the class!

Rav Shua Brick

TRADITION AND SCIENTIFIC INNOVATION


Join Rav Shua Brick for the third class in this three-part series on the intersection between science, Torah, and the space in between! 
The Slifkin Mieselman Controversy: How the Conversation Continues
Tuesday, March 2nd, 8:00 PM
Event Link: https://zoom.us/j/4672710965#success

CONNECTING ON A COVID ANNIVERSARY


Marking One Year Since Closing Our Doors
Thursday March 4th, 8:00 PM

Event Link: https://zoom.us/j/4672710965#success

On March 13th, 2020, the Friday after Purim, Beth Jacob sent out an email closing our sanctuary to services. In those early days we had no idea what the next months had in store. Join us as we connect in the wake of passing 500,000 COVID-19 related deaths in America, and this unanticipated anniversary. We will hear words of Torah and Tefilah from our Community Scholars Michal Kohane, Sarah Robinson as well as Rabbi Albert and Rav Shua. 

Rabbinic Intern Ezra Cohen

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF BIRKAT HAGOMEL

WITH RABBINIC INTERN EZRA COHEN


Birkat HaGomel (the Thanksgiving Blessing) is typically recited upon surviving a dangerous situation.  The two-part series will explore the psychological ramifications of this important ritual, including the blessing's applicability to recovery from mental illness and its potential to serve as a tool in emotional wellbeing.

  • Tuesday, March 9th at 8:00 PM: Birkat HaGomel & Mental Illness
  • Tuesday, March 16th at 8:00 PM: Birkat HaGomel as a Tool to Facilitate Emotional Wellbeing
Thu, March 4 2021 20 Adar 5781