Chanukah Yom Iyun

For both the Jews and the Greeks, olive oil symbolized wisdom. What is the difference between them?

Join us for a 3-part journey, as we delve into text and explore the symbolism of oil from historic, halachic, and chassidic perspectives, led by Mrs. Natalie Rice. The program will also include a presentation of certificates for participants of our Fall Semester Courses, as well as a light brunch.

1:00 pm - Doors open
1:15 pm - Halacha: Oil to remember, Olives to forget
1:45 pm - History: Oil and Greek Culture
2:15 pm - Brunch and Presentation
2:45-4:00 pm - Chassidus: The Oil of our  Soul


Date: Sunday, December 22nd - כ״ד כסלו
Time: 1:00-4:00pm
Location: The Lounge, 556 Crown St
Entrance Fee: 
Online - $18
At the door - $25
(Free for Chai Club members and Fall Semester Course participants)

Yud Tes Kislev Shiur and Farbrengen

What is Chassidus? It revived Judaism, it pushes us out of our comfort zone, it can transform our nature, it gives us a language to understand and connect to Hashem, but what is IT

Come join us for a night of inspiration where Mrs. Chayale Tzukernik will lead us in exploring ‎קונטרס ענינה של תורת החסידות.

Date: Monday, December 16
Time: Doors open at 8:15pm, program begins 8:30pm
Location: The Levi Yitzchok Library, 305 Kingston Ave. 
Suggestion donation: $10 at the door or click here to donate. 

Please let us know if you would like to sponsor the event. 

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