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Learning

CTI offers a wide variety of adult learning opportunities, the following classes are currently ongoing, they are open to all members and guests:

 

Take Your Tanakh Series

We offer two different tracts, one on Tuesday evening at 7 PM and one on Wednesday morning at 8:15 AM.  The Take Your Tanakh in the PM tract is currently studying the Book of Ezekiel.  For more information click here.  The Take Your Tanackh in the AM tract is currently studying the Book of Samuel I.  For more information please click here.  Both tracts are currently being offered virtually.

 

Mishne Torah k'Seder

Come and join Rabbi Dan on Friday mornings at CTI for an in-depth exploration of the Rambam's Mishne Torah. This class will go through the Rambam's classic work of halakha in a way which both engages and transforms the reader on a spiritual and intellectual level. Why did the Rambam write the Mishne Torah? What was he trying to achieve? How does the Rambam's interpretation of Jewish law, theology, history, and culture differ from other great rabbis who also wrote comprehensive Jewish legal works? What were some of the great disputes this work sparked, and why? You don't want to miss out on this great opportunity to learn what the Mishne Torah is all about!

This class currently meets Friday mornings at 8:15 AM virtually.  Please click here for additional information and for information on how to join the virtual class.  For questions, contact rabbidan@tiferetaustin.org, 512-410-0336 ex. 101.

Downtown Parsha Study

CTI is launching a regular Parsha study in downtown Austin. This lunch-n-learn with the Rabbi will take place every other Wednesday from noon to 1:15 pm at the North Shore building off Cesar Chavez Blvd.  

As a safety precaution during the COVID-19 pandemic, CTI does not have a seudah shlishit.  Please check  our weekly bulletin for updates.

Shiur During Seudah Shelishit

Every Saturday during seudah shelishit, a shiur is given, refer to the weekly bulletin for this week's speaker and topic.  As a safety precaution during the COVID-19 pandemic, CTI does not have a seudah shlishit.  Please check  our weekly bulletin for updates.

Fri, April 23 2021 11 Iyyar 5781