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We are honored and excited to welcome Rabbi Milder and his family to the JHI family. He is looking forward to meeting and teaching many students on campus and working to expand our program.

 


Prospective schedule of ongoing JHI Torah study programming for after Sukkot


SUNDAY

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM: IN DEPTH TALMUD - at Rabbi Ganz's apartment,

11 Magazine St., Cambridge, Mass 02139.

Typically, a topic discussed in the Talmud is chosen and then studied over a period of 6-8 weeks in a profound and interactive manner. A yeshiva background is not required. Although the material is studied from the original texts, English translations are provided for those who require them.

 

7:30 - 8:45 PM IN DEPTH CHOCHMAT HAMUSSAR - for couples - at Rabbi Ganz's apartment.

This class focuses on excerpts from the Talmud or its classic commentaries pertaining to the weekly synagogue Torah reading - the Parshat Hashavuah.  The psychological, moral and religious ideas contained therein are explored through a give and take exchange of ideas on the meaning of the text. As in the case of the Talmud class, the material is studied from original texts, but English translations are provided.

 

 

MONDAY

12:30 - 1:30 PM - at Harvard Business School


5:00 - 6:00 PM Rabb Hall at Harvard Hillel

Both of the above are on the topic of CHOCHMAT HAMUSSAR - the same class as Sunday 7:30 PM

 

8:00 - 10:00 PM - IN DEPTH TALMUD

at Rabbi Ganz's apartment

Same class as Sunday 9:30 AM

 

 

TUESDAY 

12:00-1:00 PM at MIT taught by Rabbi Ganz

 

7:30- 8:00 PM class for women at Rabbi Ganz's house

taught by Rabbi Ganz

Both of the above are on the topic of CHOCHMAT HAMUSSAR - the same class as Sunday 7:30 PM


 

WEDNESDAY

12:00-1:00 PM Moral Lessons gleaned from the weekly Torah portion at MIT taught by Rabbi Milder

 

8:00 9:00 PM Mesilat Yesharim The classic 18th Century work on the sevice of G-d. At Rabbi Milder's house taught by Rabbi Milder


 

THURSDAY

 12:00 1:00 PM Moral lessons gleaned from the weekly Torah portion at the Harvard School of Public Health taught by Rabbi Milder (the same class as Wednesday 12:00 1:00 PM)

 

12:00-1:00 PM Ethical teachings of Ohr Hatzafun by Rabbi Nosson Tzvi Finkel

at Harvard Law School taught by Rabbi Daniel Zuckerman


8:00-9:30 Review of the weekly Talmud class at Rabbi Ganz's house taught by Rabbi Milder

 

 

SHABBAT AFTERNOON 

Mincha, Seudah Shlishit with class on Halacha (Torah law) followed by Maariv

This program begins roughly 35 minutes before sunset at Rabbi Ganz's apartment. However, it is not conducted every week. The attempt will be made hereafter to post the status of the week's minyan on this page no later than an hour before sunset on Friday.

 

To receive regular email notifications of the Shabbat afternoon minyan or to further discuss these offerings or request classes on other subjects, please email Rabbi Ganz at RABBI@JHICAMBRIDGE. COM.

 

JHI is dedicated to exploring the wisdom and relevance of our 3,300-year-old heritage. Located in Cambridge, MA, JHI classes and activities are designed to help people explore their Jewish heritage. Our primary focus is on offering a wide variety of Torah topics and texts for individual or group study (no prior background or education required).

 

 

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