Torah Studies

  • Every Wednesday Evening 7:00 - 8:00 PM

    ONLY $18 for all 12 Sessions! 

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  • The Torah Studies program brings you the tradition of classical Jewish learning in a series of enticing weekly classes. Each lesson probes into the depths of contemporary Torah thought, with a special focus on issues surrounding spirituality, the human psyche, love, and relationships. Every experience offers meaningful and timely lessons from the most timeless of texts.

    You will walk away surprised, inspired, and knowing more about who we are as Jews, and who you are as an individual.

  • Wednesday, October 6 2021

    Torah and Science: Best of Friends

    The Synthesis Runs a Lot Deeper Than You Think. Just Do it Right

    Many have grappled with the apparently irreconcilable differences between religion and science; "Religion is the domain of faith; science, that of reason," is a common attitude. A new read of when G-d disrupts a grand feat of modern engineering teaches a refreshing approach.

    Wednesday, October 13 2021

    Lawless Leaders vs. Moral Mentors

    How Important Is Character to Being a Top Dog?

    When a leader’s star begins to rise, people tend to scrutinize their character. But how important are their personal morals anyway? After all, the main thing is getting the job done, right? The lengthy narrative of Abraham’s life story clues us in.

    Wednesday, October 20 2021

    A Well of Love

    Sustainable Love Is a Quiet Affair

    To be “in love” is to be generous, wide open, and full of dreams. That’s a great first step–but it’s only the first step. Abraham, the first Jew, was a man of kindness, yet the wells of emotion he dug were ultimately stuffed up. It took his quiet, disciplined son, Isaac, to redig them and open them forever. It’s much the same in our lives, too.

    Wednesday, October 27 2021

    Lose Your Audience and Feel Good About It

    Sometimes, It’s Best to Shrink Your Audience to Amplify Your Message

    Was there ever something you felt strongly about, yet kept to yourself for fear of losing your audience? It’s a tough call each time, and the divergent legacies of Abraham and his wife Sarah are quite instructional. Ultimately, it’s Sarah who wins the day.

    Wednesday, November 3 2021

    This Holy Land Is Your Land

    The Uniqueness of Israel and Our Special Right to It

    Debated in the halls of the UN and fought for with much spilled blood, Israel’s Jewish ownership is contested time and again. From the beginning of time itself, G-d designated this unique land to stand apart from any other, and gave it to His people. It’s time to take a better look.

    Wednesday, November 10 2021

    A Jerusalem Jew in Times Square

    You Want to Make an Impact? Be Real

    Are you a worldly Jew or a Jew in this world? What is your primary orientation? Jacob’s brash and forceful reply to his conniving uncle reveals that it wasn’t his business acumen that was so impressive; instead, it was his zealous commitment to his ideals. We can do the same.

    Wednesday, November 17 2021

    Summon Up All Your Resources and Win the War

    Lessons from Frederick the Great on How to Be the Best Version of Yourself

    Have you come up short in any personal battles lately? Jacob’s tactics against his ruthless brother Esau all the way down to a great Prussian military leader teach us a timeless tactic: don’t be a one-trick pony; focus all you’ve got on one front, and you’ll win the war.

    Wednesday, November 24 2021

    Expand Your Life Story. Also, Be Selective

    The Characters and Events Shape the Conclusion

    What keeps your air conditioner working, your orange juice pulp-free, and your coffee grounds out of your cup? A filter. Your life’s story needs one, too: you should embrace, expand, and engage with as much as possible, and when you do, make sure your filter is extra fine.

    Wednesday, December 1 2021

    It’s Dark Out There? Look Again

    Chanukah Celebrates the Quest for Light. Leave the Speeches for Later

    Families gathered together in raucous joy to hear the story of the holiday. Sound familiar? Yes—for Purim, not Chanukah. You want to know why there’s no Chanukah Megillah? Because when you’re busy blazing up the darkness, there’s no time for stories.

    Wednesday, December 8 2021

    Don’t Tell Me Anything until I Know You Care

    Joseph’s Master Class in Effective Communication

    Arguably one of the most dramatic narratives in the Torah, the showdown between Joseph and his brothers and the ensuing emotions after Joseph’s big reveal contain timeless lessons for anyone looking to up their communications game.

    Wednesday, December 15 2021

    A Life of Worth is a Life Worth Living

    Life’s Hard? Welcome to the Chance of Your Lifetime

    “If anyone would offer to sell me a moment of future suffering for a billion dollars, I wouldn’t buy,” a famous rabbi once said. “But if anyone would propose to buy a moment of my past suffering for a billion dollars, I wouldn’t sell either.” Discover his secret.

    Wednesday, December 22 2021

    Living in “DeNile”

    The Perils of Overreliance on Self, and What to Think Instead

    Is the “self-made millionaire” the ultimate success story we should all look up to? Is everything really in our control, our dreams limited only by our capacity to carry them out? Not so fast. That’s an Egyptian mentality. Baby Moses floating in a basket down the Nile has a very different message to share.

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