The Beit Midrash* dinners will return on Monday, November 27.
Part social, part learning, Rabbi Krishef invites you to drop by the synagogue beginning at 5:30 p.m. for dinner and Torah. After dinner, grab some books from the library - Torah, commentaries, Midrash, Mishnah, Talmud, Zohar or anything that strikes your fancy - and dive in. You might come with a study partner, you might find a partner who wants to learn with you once you arrive. Rabbi Krishef will be here to help you find something to study, help you if you get stuck, or maybe even be your Hevruta (study partner) for a bit.
There is no charge (donations to defray the cost will be gratefully accepted), but please let Rabbi Krishef know if you are coming so he can prepare enough food.
*A Beit Midrash is a “House of Study.” Along with Beit Tefillah, House of Prayer, and Beit Kenesset, House of Meeting, it is one of the three primary functions of a synagogue - study, prayer, and social activities.