Each week Torah Studies delivers timely lessons from the Torah, covering fascinating ideas and issues raised by the most timeless of Jewish texts.
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.
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.
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.
Introducing you to new planes in spirituality, society, and self-awareness - one week at a time
A Well of Love
Sustainable Love Is a Quiet Affair
To be “in love” is to be generous, wide open, and full of dreams. That’s a great first step—but it’s only the first step. Abraham, the first Jew, was a man of kindness, yet the wells of emotion he dug were ultimately stuffed up. It took his quiet, disciplined son, Isaac, to redig them and open them forever. It’s much the same in our lives, too.
Lose Your Audience and Feel Good About It
Sometimes, It’s Best to Shrink Your Audience to Amplify Your Message
Was there ever something you felt strongly about, yet kept to yourself for fear of losing your audience? It’s a tough call each time, and the divergent legacies of Abraham and his wife Sarah are quite instructional. Ultimately, it’s Sarah who wins the day.