What are you doing to enrich your life and learning?
Is this your routine every night - - come home from work, have dinner and sit down in front of the television for a few hours before trudging off to bed before starting the routine all over day after day?
That plan doesn't benefit your mind or your spirituality.
What if you could spend a single hour once a week learning something new - something that's always puzzled you, something you thought would take hours or days or years to unravel? Would you do it?
If the answer is a resounding yes, take advantage of the opportunity each Tuesday night from 8-9 p.m. at Chabad of West Orange, 395 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange as aspiring Rabbis from the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown spend time with you studying an array of Jewish subjects on "Yeshiva Night."
The students will come to West Orange prepared to share their knowledge of the Torah, Gemara/Talmud, Halacha and Chassidus/Kabbalah.
“We are very lucky to have the Rabbinical College nearby so that we can take advantage of this wonderful opportunity,” said Chabad of West Orange Director Rabbi Mendy Kasowitz. “The Yeshiva students study a wide variety of Jewish topics and will share their knowledge with us. This is what we hope to accomplish with this unique educational offering,” he added.
Interested students may register by calling (973) 486-2362 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.