Welcome to Torah Studies

The Torah Studies program was founded to bring you the tradition of classical Jewish learning in a series of enticing weekly classes. Each class introduces ideas and issues from the current weekly Torah portion and, through discussion and debate, creates a meaningful connection between the timeless wisdom of the Torah and modern-day living.

BITE-SIZED WEEKLY LESSONS
BITE-SIZED WEEKLY LESSONS

Each week Torah Studies delivers timely lessons from the Torah, covering fascinating ideas and issues raised by the most timeless of Jewish texts.

USEFUL AND MEANINGFUL
USEFUL AND MEANINGFUL

The purpose of Torah Studies goes far beyond a mere discovery of knowledge. Every class creates an opportunity to truly understand how you can better your life today.

AVAILABLE IN OVER 275 CITIES
AVAILABLE IN OVER 275 CITIES

Since it was founded, Torah Studies has spread to more than 275 cities across six continents. You'll never struggle to find a class nearby.

Upcoming Lessons

Introducing you to new planes in spirituality, society, and self-awareness - one week at a time

Different, Yet Equal

Different, Yet Equal

“We’re All the Same!” Is Tempting. It’s Also Premature

Korach’s rebellion that saw him yelling, “We’re all equal, why do you, Moses, get the fancy title?!” can be mistaken for a romantic everyman’s struggle. In a way, Korach really was on to something, but ultimately, he was mistaken. Walk the tightrope of “different but equal” through the lenses of our nation's first uprising of the proletariat.

Week of Jun 26, 2022
“It’s Not My Thing” Is Not an Excuse

“It’s Not My Thing” Is Not an Excuse

When the Hour Demands, Rise to the Occasion

We all have our comfort zones. You’re forgiven for wanting to stay there. But remember this: If you do, you will never grow. Worse yet, when someone else needs you, they’ll receive no answer. A curious plot twist in an ancient desert story with clouds of glory and heavenly mann calls us to get uncomfortable and be there for someone else—even if it’s not “your thing.”

Week of Jul 3, 2022

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