- Ulpan at all levels in small groups, experienced teachers, friendly atmosphere
- Beit Midrash in English: “From Spinoza to Steinsaltz” with Rabbi Elisha Wolfin. 9am -10.30am Monday morning No pre-registration necessary, all welcome
Located in HaShmura Commercial Center, 2nd floor (next to Spin Plus) to: firstname.lastname@example.org / Contact Dannielle at 04.629.1180
Moed Center for Zionist education and Jewish Identity,
based in Zichron Yaakov (Modern Orthodox, open to all, “We always look forward to welcoming new people.”) Moed’s central pillars of engagement, usually in Hebrew but often in English are: Du-Siach, an intergenerational home-based conversation of values, using texts and activities around Friday night dinner tables; M’arba Kanfot, holiday programming highlighting the unique and diverse ethnic traditions in Modern Israel; Hessed V’Tzedek, a fellowship program for both religious and secular 6th graders to confront societal challenges, consider Jewish approaches to them and engage in hands on social justice work together; and Weekly Torah classes in English held:
Thursdays 11.30am -12.30pm Parshat HaShavua (in English) with Rabbi Yair Silverman in the Zichron Yaakov Library, 4 Rehov HaDagan
Fridays 815 - 8.45am at Café Nili “Tefila Boot Camp: a quick examination of prayer and a jolt of caffeine” with Rabbi Yair Silverman.
Sundays 8.45 – 9.45am Talmud with with Ilana Fodiman-Silverman at a private home.
Contact: Office@moed.org.il Synagogue Address: Hameyasdim 100 Zichron Yaakov Mailing Address: HaShoftim Street 11b, Zichron Yaakov
Daf Yomi Rabbi
Naftali Pas 054.8484195
Matan Zichron Yaakov women’s learning program,
hosted at the Neve Habaron synagogue (Orthodox, open to all women).
8.45am -10am with Ilana Fodiman –Silverman; 10.10am -11.15am with Tanya White
*This is not necessarily a comprehensive list.