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Summer Yeshiva

Summer Yeshiva

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Since the great Babylonian yeshivot in Sura and Pumpedita, and in recent centuries with the revival of the yeshiva system in Eastern Europe, the study halls of Jewish scholarship have become the centerpiece of the Jewish community.

Every summer, a handpicked team of rabbinical students visit Winnipeg to bring you a unique first-hand yeshiva experience, employing the same method of  chavruta study utilized in major rabbinical academies the world over. The give and take of discussion, tailored to your individual needs, allow for personal growth in a comfortable atmosphere where everyone feels welcome. Explore the intellectual rigours of the inner realm of Talmudic thought, probe the depths of Chassidic philosophy, and discover the biblical and logical underpinnings of modern-day Jewish law. Don't miss this incredible opportunity!

• One-on-one personalized study sessions
• Intellectually stimulating atmosphere
• On the topic of your choice
• For all knowledge levels, whether beginner or veteran
• Having a study partner makes learning fun and easy
• Immerse yourself in the ancient texts of our tradition

It's Judaism unlocked: Your pace. Your subject. Your Torah!

Date
Monday, August 7 through Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Schedule
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Please note: This program is for men only. Minyan services will be held throughout the Summer Yeshiva program, shacharit at 8:30 am (Sunday at 9:30 am) and mincha/maariv at 7:30 pm.

Choose your topic of interest, a time that is most convenient for you, and we'll take care of the rest! Feel free to call us directly at 204-339-8737 ext 215.

With the generous support of:
Michael & Jenny Chernick
Arnold & Myra Frieman
Frank Lavitt & Ahava Halpern

Max Minuk Yeshiva Fund
Larry & Tova Vickar

 


Chavruta (Aramaic for “companionship”), is a traditional form of Jewish learning where two people explore texts together. The learning is a dialogue between the participants, in which they discuss and debate the meaning of texts to craft their own meaning and ownership.

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