WAY INN FRIDAY MORNING KABBALAH CLASSES WITH TAL OROT
Friday mornings at 8 AM.
Contact Anne Sendor at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Rabbi Sendor and Tal Orot, please go to http://www.talorot.org/about/.
Elements Cafe hosts
* Lunch 'n Learn for ladies every Thursday at 1:00p.m. at the Cafe, located just off Kikar Meginim in the Old City of Tzfat. Subject changes weekly.
* Vegan and Vort every Thursday at 2:30 with Rabbi Mendy Kras. Chassidic insights on the parsha (Torah portion of the week). All are invited.
Walk into the Kikar Meginim Square and walk under the SMALL arch. The cafe is in a little hidden nook on your right. 054-650-9183.
Ascent of Safed
Every Monday, 8.30 PM at Ascent's library "A Practical guide to Happiness in Life" - application of kabbalah stories to our daily life. How to achieve harmony and joy through connecting to your soul and finding your unique path in life.
A new and exciting program. A great extreme sports program and great Torah learning for men.
Every Tuesday night 8pm, at Kosuv, in english for men and women.. Tehillim with commentaries,and Menorat Hamaor-the 13th century Mussar Sefer by Rav Yitzchak, Abuhav, founder of the Abuhav Shul in Tzfat.....
by Reb Shaya Guttman, in english for men and women,seperate seating.
Be'er Miriam - Ma'ayan Ganim Yeshiva
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For men and women
Be'er Miriam learning center is located on 6 Yud Zain Street (Old city of Tzfat) right in the corner where Arlozerov street meets the entrance to the Midrachov. The building is the former 'Habait Ba'atika' הבית בעתיקה
For information and details you can:
Miriam's Well Beit Midrash
The Bas Medrash meets every Monday starting at 9:00am at the home of Gila and Danny Brock, 35 Yud Chet St (also Colonel Ravitzky 35) For Directions and further information about the Bas Medrash please call Judy Paikin Mamlok at 0547805161 or write JudyPaikin@yahoo.com.
Mondays: Rabbi Meir Sendor Monday shiurim on Talmudic Mysticism. We will study selections from Tractate Hagigah dealing with the mystical topics of Ma'aseh Bereshit and Ma'aseh Merkavah, the Work of Creation and the Work of the Chariot, for insight into the mystical Torah of the Talmudic period. This material is profound in itself, helpful for understanding further developments in Torah mysticism, and valuable for our own spiritual growth.