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Join us for an in-depth program of
text-based learning this 
Monday through Thursday.

All men and women are welcome and encouraged to participate. 
 

Monday, July 8 - 7:30 to 9:00 pm
Topic: Laws of Shabbat and Holiday Kiddush
 
Schedule:
7:30 to 8:15 - Chavruta partner learning with mentor present 8:15 to 9:00 - Special Guest, Rabbi Yakov Lazaros - will lead a Siyum, the completion of a tractate from the Mishnayot.
Rabbi Levi Fogelman will moderate questions and answers on this evenings toipic 
(Minyan - Mincha at 7:15 pm, Maariv at 9:00 pm)

Tuesday, July 9 - 6:30 pm 
Shloshim Memorial Service for
Rabbi Hershel Fogelman ob"m
at the Yeshiva in Worcester, MA
 
Schedule: 
6:30 pm Mincha followed by Dessert Reception with Light Refreshments 
 

Wednesday, July 10 - 7:00 to 8:00 pm
Topic: Making Dreams Come True      
How Actions Influence G‑d's Decision 
Schedule:
7:00 to 8:00 - Rabbi Fogelman will teach the weekly Torah Studies - includes text-based learning. 

Thursday, July 11 - 7:30 to 9:00 pm
Topic of Study: The Mitzvah of Challah

Topic of Presentation:
"What is Kosher & Who needs Kosher?"
Schedule:
7:30 to 8:15 - Chavruta partner learning with mentor present
Yitzchok Cohen will lead a brief Siyum, on the completion of a tractate from the Mishnayot
8:15 to 9:00 - Special Guest and Rabbi Zalman Krems, head of Rabbinical Councel of New England (known locally as the Vaad) - will provide presentation and be available to answer all questions pertaining to the topic - “Anything you wanted to ask the KVH but were afraid to ask".
(Evening Minyan - Mincha at 7:15 pm, Maariv at 9:00 pm)

Please email [email protected] to RSVP.

For more information on any or all of these Summer Yeshiva Evening Sessions please contact the Rabbi at the above email address.

No Charge - Contributions are welcome.
RSVP is requested so that we can prepare accordingly.

 

 yeshiva [jəˈʃiːvə (Hebrew) jəˈʃiːva]

n pl, -vahs, -voth (Hebrew) [-vɔt]
1. (Non-Christian Religions / Judaism) a traditional Jewish school devoted chiefly to the study of rabbinic literature and the Talmud

[from Hebrew yěshībhāh a sitting, seat, hence, an academy]

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