Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Women's Chabura Courses Now Open to the Public at Yeshiva Simchat Shlomo!

The new Women's Chabura has been running for the past three weeks. Taught by our superb teachers: Leah Golomb, Rebbetzin Silber, and Rav David Fink, the learning has been deep and invigorating. We've put in our best effort, including a lot of human and financial resources, towards making the Chabura successful.

We've decided to open the Chabura to the public, so that students may register on a course by course basis. We hope thereby to allow for the continuation of these classes.

Anyone who was interested in any of the courses but was unable to commit to the full schedule of the Chabura, can attend individual courses of their choice. There will be three eight-week sessions from now until Pesach.

Session 1: October 5th – November 24th Register by September 21st
Session 2: December 14th – Feburary 2nd Register by November 16th
Session 3: Feburary 8th - April 6th Register by Janurary 18th

In order to participate in the upcoming semester, please register by September 21st for each course you wish to attend. These classes will not be open on a drop-in basis. See below for further details. Please complete the attached registration form and copy and paste it into your reply.


Yetziat Mitzrayim as a Guide for Personal Liberation
An in-depth study of Sefer Shmot (Exodus.) Learn how to overcome personal obstacles.
Leah Golomb 1:30 - 3:45 PM

Taste the Light: A Survey of the Spiritual Paths of the Great Chassidic Masters Textual Study of the Chassidic insights of the Baal Shem Tov, Chabad, Breslov, Slonim, Rizhin, Ropshitz, Pshischa, Kotzk, Lublin, and more.
Rebbetzin Rochel Rena Silber 4:00 - 6:00 PM


Unity in the Royal Paradox: The Chassidus of the Rizhiner Dynasty
Incisive Chassidic teachings and parables revealing the secrets of Malchut and your royal essence.
Leah Golomb 11:30 -1:00 PM

Halacha in Depth
This class includes a very thorough and comprehensive survey of various subjects in Halacha. Subject matter is decided by the students. A fifteen minute question and answer session is also included at the end of each class.
Rabbi David Fink 1:00 - 2:15 PM

Songs of Our Souls: Tehillim An in-depth study of the Psalms of David that have been part of the siddur for hundreds of years. It will combine in-depth study, skill building, prayer techniques and Chassidic insights.
Rebbetzin Rochel Rena Silber 2:30-4:00 PM

Payment and Registration:

Each course costs 240 NIS for each 8 week session. Payments can be made in one, two, or three installments. Registration must be accompanied by a 100 NIS payment and commitment to a payment plan for the ballance. In order that we be fair to our staff of teachers, sudents must register by September 21st (just two weeks from now) for Session 1 courses. We need eight students to register per course. Some very partial work-study scholarships may be available, based on need.

Those who register for all five courses (the full Women's Chabura Program) will be able to attend all other Community Learning Program Classses at YSS, free of charge. (Note that this works out to approximately $160 per month.)

B'ezrat Hashem, by September 22nd, we hope to be able to let you know which classes (hopefully all) will have met the registration needs. Should there be any need for refunds, we will do so.

If you know anyone else who might be interested in these courses, please let them know as soon as possible. We look forward to learning with you.

Please email shulim26@shlomoyeshiva.org for registration material.

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