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Weekly Classes

Weekly Classes

Weekly Classes

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WEEKLY CLASSES @ CHABAD

All classes are held in the new Chabad House

625 W. 113th Street (between Broadway and Riverside)

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In Between the Lines: Advanced Mysticism for the Beginner Mystic

Wednesdays, 7:30 - 8:30 pm

Instructor:  Rabbi Mendy Greenstein

This in-text class explores the weekly Torah portion through the lens of Kabbalah.  Learn to translate the deepest secrets of of Jewish  Mysticism into a meaningful life experience.  Hebrew knowledge recommended, but not necessary.

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Meaningful Mediocrity and the Search for Perfection: a study of “Tanya” and other Chassidic texts

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Instructor:  Rabbi Yonah Blum

The Tanya of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, known as the Alter Rebbe, was published for the first time in 1796 (5557).  For the next 200 years, it has continued to invigorate the Jewish world with a message of spiritual inspiration.  In this essential classic, the Alter Rebbe articulated the Chabad school of Chassidic thought, fusing the rational and mystical streams of Torah into a unified, comprehensive program for life.  Prior knowledge of Hebrew not necessary.

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Coffee Talk with Keren

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Instructor: Rebbetzin Keren Blum

Discuss topics relevant to your life, culled from current week's Torah portion.  Always engaging; topics vary.  Light refreshments will be served.

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SINAI SCHOLARS SOCIETY

Instructor: Rabbi Lev Cotlar

(Syllabus distributed to Sinai Scholars Society Fellow only)

Sophomores and Juniors may submit an application to RabbiBlum@columbia.edu to be considered for one of 20 paid fellowships for the F08 semester.  Orientation and first session details to follow.

The Sinai Scholars Society offers a fresh and exciting context for Jewish life and learning on university campuses. It is an integrated program encompassing Torah study, social activities, and national networking opportunities that introduces students to the contemporary significance of the Jewish experience. Participants will have the chance to interact with other students across the country as well as distinguished figures from the world of business and public life as they engage in this unique prospect for Jewish self-discovery.

The curriculum at the Sinai Scholars Society doesn’t just pick up where Hebrew school left off. Our courses present the living tradition of authentic Jewish scholarship. We address important issues in modern life in light of the ancient sources, and give you a chance to find your voice in a discussion that stretches across three millennia. Intriguing, challenging, and sophisticated, the learning experience at Sinai Scholars draws you into the pure pleasure of Torah study. More than inspiring and thoughtful — it is also fun.

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