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Rabbi Brovender to give Purim Shiur in Ra’anana this Thursday

Rabbi Chaim Brovender will be teaching in Ra’anana at the home of Karen and David Jackson (Nachshon 27, Ra’anana) this week. The shiur, on “Costumes, Clothing, and Consciousness,” is scheduled for Thursday, March 10 at 8pm. This is the second installment of a three-part series, the third will be sometime in April.      

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Special Shiur on Rav Kook and S.Y. Agnon

Rav Kook, the mystic and rabbi, and S.Y. Agnon, the Nobel laureate author, shared a special relationship, each plumbing the depths of Jewish modernity, and the religious meaning of expression. What drew them together, how did they differ, and how did they view a new, authentic Hebrew literature as part of the national revival? Join […]

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True Blue: The Story of Tekhelet 4-Part Mini-Series

A new 4 part mini-series called “True Blue: The Story of Tekhelet” will be launching at WebYeshiva.org on March 20, 2016. This free course is geared towards the entire family and can be accessed by registering here. The following is a Q&A session with the instructor, Ptil Tekhelet co-founder Dr Baruch Sterman, who touched on a few points about […]

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Safrut Course to run again

With the first of its kind online Sofar Stam certification course recently completing it’s first run successfully, WebYeshiva.org is proud to announce the course will be launched again starting after Passover (May 8 – July 17, 2016).   As part of WebYeshiva.org’s Halacha Mastery Program, the Sofer Stam Certification Course provided practical training to students through state-of-the-art live video conferencing […]

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Rabbi Jeffrey Saks presents the Nehalel Siddur

WebYeshiva.org’s Rabbi Jeffrey Saks talks about praying with the unique Nehalel siddur. “The synthesis of image and word, enhanced by an unusually original typographic presentation of the prayer-text itself and a new and lyrical translation, acts as an incredibly useful trigger to awaken us to the power of our tefilot.” -Rabbi Saks.

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