beit midrash

Women’s Torah World Commences Zman Elul and the School Year Women’s Torah seminaries have opened for Zman Elul of Hebrew year 5780. Lindenbaum Seminary opened its gates to the 185 young women who arrived at what is currently the world’s largest women’s Torah seminary. Sixty of these young women came from abroad and are spending …

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Reut Bar

Ready to Give Their All – and More The young Israeli women whose pre-army studies at Midreshet Lindenbaum’s Jerusalem, Lod and Carmiel branches were interrupted by COVID-19 are thrilled to be back on campus. “During the lockdown, it was difficult to be away from my friends, who have become like sisters,” says Reut Bar, a …

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Summer Program flier

Nachum Segal welcomed Rabbanit Sally Mayer, Rosh Midrasha of Midreshet Lindenbaum‘s Maria and Joel Finkle Overseas Program, to “JM in the AM” this morning to share the latest development: a unique “virtual” summer program specially developed to offer 10th and 11th grade girls around the world a “taste of Torat Eretz Yisrael”. “We actually thought …

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parents learning

The sound of women’s beit midrash learning was augmented by new voices, as parents visited their daughters for Parents Night – an opportunity to recieve a taste of life in Midreshet Lindenbaum’s Claudia Cohen Torah-Army School (Hadas) for post high school Israeli women. These inspirational young women are successfully melding their dedication to Judaism and Zionism, …

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Batei Midrash – study centers – are fast becoming a significant part of the Yachad Program’s Jewish Cultural Facilitators’ work because they are appealing and interesting, and they strengthen Jewish identity by engaging adults and children in passionate discussion and debate, challenging preconceived notions and exposing people of all backgrounds to the rich expanse of Jewish …

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Chai Beit Midrash

A unique, new Beit Midrash was launched last night by Ori Weill, the Yachad Jewish Cultural Facilitator working in North Tel Aviv’s community centers. The Beit Midrash is of Jewish-Israeli identity, and is comprised of three components, each of which affects the other: Every two weeks, a “Community Evening” is held, the subject to be determined by the group, …

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