Showing posts from August, 2020

Online Elul Class Recordings

  At Mayanot, we believe strongly in the power of sharing Torah, spreading it and learning together.  Therefore in addition to our  Soundcloud  and  Spotify  channels with thousands of hours of Torah online, we are happy to share our recent Zoom recordings with you to enjoy during these #Coronatimes.  Feel free to watch the recordings of the Online Elul Program, by clicking on the links below.  ONLINE ELUL PROGRAM: Women's Program Rabbi Levitt: Hands on Teshuva 1. Link 2. Link 3. Link   4. Link   Rabbi Kaufmann: Chassidic Insights  1. Link     The Spring vs Fall 2. Link     Elul & Tishrei  3. Link   Chai Elul  4. Link  Slichos 5. Link Erev Rosh Hashana  6. Link   Rosh Hashana 7. Link   Teshuva 8. Link Yom Kippur  9. Link Succot  Parsha Class  1. Link   Ki Tesei with Rivka Marka Gestetner 2. Link Ki Tavo with Esther Shemtov 3. Link Nitavim/ Vayelech with Rivka Marga Gestetner  4. Link  Rosh Hashana  with Rivka Marga Gestetner  5. Link Ha'azinu with Rivka Marga Geste

Take Your Learning To The Next Level!

  Mayanot is offering an amazing Elul program starting in less then two weeks, with incredible Torah educators and a world class learning schedule.  Running from August 25 to September 24 th , 2020. Mayanot is capitalizing on the incredible momentum of the summer program with hundreds of students signing up from all over the globe. The Elul program will focus on High Holiday and Sukkot prep, and cover a wide variety of topics such as Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur davening, Chassidic insights, Halachas and so much more. For many students that want to continue their learning from the summer, or alumni that have always wanted to come back to Yeshiva for Elul/ Tishrei, this is an amazing opportunity to do that.  There will be two amazing tracks offered, covering fundamentals and skill development for the first time learners and those experienced learners who want to get re-inspired with the light of Chassidus.  Our women's program will highlight: in depth Chumash, Hebrew Ulpan, Talmud