Chabad Course Explores Israel's Spiritual Side
The Atlanta Jewish Times
Posted Monday, Oct 15th, 2007

Chabad Course Explores Israel's Spiritual SideFriday, October 05, 2007 Rabbi Ari SollishA new six-part adult-education course from Chabad-Lubavitch's Rohr Jewish Learning Institute will explore the spiritual connection between the Jewish people and the land of Israel starting at the end of October.Unlike courses that focus on the history or the culture of Israel, "The Land & the Spirit: Why We All Care About Israel" will explore the mystery of the deep connection between Jews ever ...


Rohr Jewish Learning Institute Unveils The Land and The Spirit Courses
Westchester.com
Posted Monday, Oct 15th, 2007

Rohr Jewish Learning Institute Unveils The Land and The Spirit Courses  Written by Westchester.com Thursday, 11 October 2007  Dobbs Ferry, NY - Many have explored the politics and geography of Israel, but few have explored the soul of the land. This November, the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute is set to unveil an intriguing new course at over 250 affiliates across the globe. Unlike other courses that are concerned primarily with the modern State of Israel or its ancient histor ...


Eldest Wilhelm offspring returns to head JLI
The Jewish Review
Posted Sunday, Oct 7th, 2007

  By Deborah Moon Rabbi Motti Wilhelm, the eldest offspring of Chabad of Oregon founders Rabbi Moshe and Devora Wilhelm, has returned to Portland with his wife and daughter to head the Jewish Learning Institute in Portland. Sponsored by the Rohr family, the JLI is a program of the Chabad Lubavitch movement for adult students pursuing intellectual and spiritual growth. Every 12 months, JLI offers a new series of three courses in more than 200 cities around the world. This fall, JLI’s ...


Land and Spirit to explore ties that bind
The Jewish Review
Posted Sunday, Oct 7th, 2007

“The Land and the Spirit,” a new six-week class from the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute, will explore the ties that bind Jews to Israel at three locations in the Portland area beginning Oct. 30. “I’m really excited about teaching this class,” said Portland’s new JLI Director Rabbi Motti Wilhelm. “Israel is something we all care passionately about. We’ll explore why the world is so passionate about it and why it keeps making headlines.” “As a nation, we’ve spent much more time out of Israel tha ...


New features added!

Posted Monday, Aug 20th, 2007

For the new academic year, we are adding another learning option. There will now be a morning class in addition to our evening class. The morning classes also feature child care for children ages 0-3 to make it easier for moms to attend JLI class. Please contact our office for more details. ...


Jewish Learning Institute offers Talmud study
Pocono Record
Posted Wednesday, Nov 8th, 2006

Jewish Learning Institute offers Talmud study October 20, 2006 For hundreds of years, the most important cultural activity of the Jewish people has been the study of the Talmud. Questioning, dialogue, argument, compromise, analysis, and problem solving all were well-honed tools in the study of the primary text of Jewish Law."Perhaps you have been curious about the Talmud, but thought it was too complex," says the Rabbi Mendel Bendet. "Perhaps you thought you needed to understand Aramaic or Heb ...


Jewish Learning Institute comes to the Poconos
Pocono Record
Posted Wednesday, Nov 8th, 2006

Jewish Learning Institute comes to the Poconos Andrew Scott From the Pocono RecordSeptember 01, 2006 STROUDSBURG — Many believe it's healthy to be familiar with one's own faith.Conveniently accessible adult education on Jewish law, ethics and practices has been virtually nonexistent in Monroe County.Until now. The Poconos recently became one of 200 regions around the world that now host the Jewish Learning Insitute, described on its Web site as "adult Jewish education the way it was meant to ...


Talmudic Law Study Starts Wednesday
Daily Camera
Posted Monday, Nov 6th, 2006

Although she is a criminal defense attorney, Rachel Cohen, of Lafayette, feels she will be on equal footing with other women in the Jewish law course she`ll begin on Wednesday. "People might pause — I`m not a lawyer, I`m not Orthodox," Cohen said of those interested in the course, "You Be the Judge." "I would urge people not to think that." The six-week course for women on the Talmud, the primary text of Jewish law, will be the first course offered in Boulder from the Jewish Learning Institute ...


COURSES EXPLORE JEWISH TEACHINGS, TRADITION
Sun Sentinel
Posted Saturday, Sep 16th, 2006

By Beverly Bidney - Special Correspondent September 8th 2006 Study and debate have always been an important component of Judaism. The image of bearded men in dark suits and hats studying is an indelible one in Jewish tradition. That tradition will be available to anyone beginning in November at the Chabad of Parkland's Jewish Learning Institute, one of 250 worldwide. "The idea is to bring Jewish education and learning to life with a fresh perspective," said Rabbi Mendy Gutnick, a Learning In ...


Chabad keeps students worldwide on same page
Washington Jewish Week
Posted Thursday, Mar 30th, 2006

Each Monday since early last month, Washington-area Jews - singles, young parents, retirees and everyone in between - have been gathering in Fairfax and Potomac to explore time and space, God and spirituality. Billed as a mystical approach to the concepts of time and the Jewish calendar, The Kabbalah of Time is the 14th course in adult Jewish literacy offered by the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute, a 7-year-old project of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement. “We get all types and stripes, v ...


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