To The Source (Virtual Update) – Rabbi Ze’ev Smason

Many of you are aware that a Monday evening class titled “To The Source” began this past October.  With few exceptions, this text-based class has met every Monday and covered details of the mitzvah of ‘Kibbud Av V’aim’ — Honoring Your Mother & Father.   We recently began a new topic:

The Laws of Geirut / Conversion.

Tonight at 7:30 P.M. our “To The Source” class will continue by ‘virtual’ means; it can be accessed by either video conference (through your computer or smartphone) or by telephone.   Access information is provided below.  Please consider yourself invited even if you previously haven’t attended any of the previous sessions.   As the new reality of ‘social distancing’ continues to impact our lives in many ways, we have an opportunity to show strength in the face of crisis, and increase our Torah learning and spiritual growth.

Please consider joining myself and our “To The Source” regulars as we learn and explore fascinating insights into the Torah concept of Conversion.   If you are unavailable for this evening’s class, details about additional weekly virtual learning opportunities will be forthcoming in the next day or two.

Rabbi Ze’ev Smason

Tonight’s class “To the Source” will take place at 7:30 pm using Zoom video or on your telephone. Please try to log in by 7:20 pm.

To join the class simply click on the Zoom meeting link here:

https://zoom.us/j/875806725 (if prompted choose computer audio)

On your smartphone or computer and it will take you to the class.

If you prefer to hear the class through your phone you should:
Dial-in number: (425) 436-6367 – wait for the prompt to enter the  access code: 509084 #

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TO THE SOURCE – Every Monday 7:30 PM.

with Rabbi Ze’ev Smason.

A LEARNING PROGRAM ENGLISH AND HEBREW TEXT FOR MEN AND WOMEN

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Mitzvah of Writing a Sefer Torah
  • Mitzvah off Tzedaka
  • Laws of Conversion
  • Mitzvah of Honoring our Parents

AN INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM WITH OVER 20,000 LEARNERS IN HUNDREDS OF COMMUNITIES ALL OVER THE WORLD