Lamdeinu’s fall semester begins 

Lamdeinu’s fall semester begins 

Lamdeinu, a center for Jewish learning, will begin its fall semester on Thursday October 27.

Dean Rachel Friedman will be teaching Parshanut HaMikra Bereishit: Avot ve-Imahot on Mondays in chevruta/shiur style. Tuesday mornings will feature “What is Kabbalah Really About?, a new, seven-part series by Dr. Jonathan Dauber. Rabbi Daniel Fridman is teaching Masekhet Kiddushin on Tuesday afternoons and Parashah and Haftarah Pointers on Thursday afternoons. Rabbi Dr. Yitzhak Berger teaches “Why Are We Here: The Purpose of Creation” on Tuesday nights. Dean Rachel Friedman will give insights on tefillah on Wednesday mornings in a new class, “How Bible Becomes Prayer.” Rabbi Gedalyah Berger will teach “Hilchot Shabbat: Why Can I or Can’t I Do That on Shabbat?” in his new Thursday morning class. There will be a rosh chodesh Chesvan celebration for women on Wednesday, November 2.

New students are welcome to join any class. Lamdeinu, a center for Jewish learning founded by Rachel Friedman, its dean, is at Congregation Beth Aaron, 950 Queen Anne Road, in Teaneck. For information, go to or email

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