1 Shul-1 Mesechta

ONE SHUL–ONE MESECHTA

Lower Merion Synagogue invites you to participate in One Shul-One Mesechta

 

THE IDEA: For the members of Lower Merion Synagogue to join together and commit to finishing a Tractate over the course of the next year followed by a shul-wide siyyum.

 

HOW? On your own, with a study partner, or by attending one of the nightly shiurim scheduled for the upcoming year.

 

WHAT if I have no Talmud background? Then, this is the perfect opportunity to claim your birthright and set sail on the “Sea of Torah”. There will be two tracks, one on a beginners level and one on an advanced level. Help will be available to anyone that desires it.

 

WHATif my schedule is just too full? The program is structured to require only a 45 minute per week commitment. Classes are scheduled every night on the section of Megilla for that week so participants are not locked in to any one day of the week. We will complete one amud (folio) per week.

 

WHAT if I have already learned this Tractate before? Then, this is a great opportunity to review and use your knowledge to join and assist other shul members in accomplishing a major milestone.

 

WHEN? Shiurim will be given Sundays through Thursdays from 8 to 8:45 p.m. in the Beit Midrash and on 50 minutes before late Mincha on Shabbat.

The teaching schedule is as follows:

1 Shul-1 Mesechta
ONE SHUL–ONE MESECHTA
Lower Merion Synagogue invites you to participate in One Shul-One Mesechta

THE IDEA: For the members of Lower Merion Synagogue to join together and commit to finishing a Tractate over the course of the next year followed by a shul-wide siyyum.

HOW? On your own, with a study partner, or by attending one of the nightly shiurim scheduled for the upcoming year.

WHAT if I have no Talmud background? Then, this is the perfect opportunity to claim your birthright and set sail on the “Sea of Torah”. There will be two tracks, one on a beginners level and one on an advanced level. Help will be available to anyone that desires it.

WHATif my schedule is just too full? The program is structured to require only a 45 minute per week commitment. Classes are scheduled every night on the section of Rosh Hashanah for that week so participants are not locked in to any one day of the week. We will complete one amud (folio) per week.

WHAT if I have already learned this Tractate before? Then, this is a great opportunity to review and use your knowledge to join and assist other shul members in accomplishing a major milestone.

WHEN? Shiurim will be given Sundays through Thursdays from 8 to 8:45 p.m. in the Beit Midrash and 45 minutes before late Mincha on Shabbat. The amud of the week and information about cancellations can be found at http://tinyurl.com/oneshul

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The teaching schedule is as follows:
Sunday: Avi Feldblum at 8 p.m.
Monday: Gilad Gevaryahu at 8 p.m.
Tuesday: Dovid Daniel 8 p.m.
Wednesday: David Shakow at 8 p.m.
Thursday: Rabbi Gedaliah Feldman & Rabbi Joshua Levy at 8 p.m.
Shabbat: Ronel Elul will give his shiur 45 minutes prior to Mincha.
If you are interested, have concerns, feedback or advice, or if you would like to receive a weekly email with study aids please email oneshul@yahoo.com or contact Rabbi Shmidman.