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FALL CLASSES
The Hebrew months of Elul and Tishrei correspond roughly to September and October.
  • ELUL
    ELUL
  • Parshas Shoftim
    Parshas Shoftim
  • Parshas Teitzei
    Parshas Teitzei
  • Parshas Tavo
    Parshas Tavo
  • 13 ELUL
    13 ELUL
    This is the wedding anniversary of the Frierdike (Previous) Rebbe and his Rebbetzin (Nechama Dina).
  • 15 ELUL
    15 ELUL
  • 18 ELUL
    18 ELUL
     
    this day is the Birthday of both the Baal Shem Tov and the Alter Rebbe. It is also the day the Baal Shem Tov met his teacher [Achiya Hashiloni], and the day he revealed himself ten years later.
  • 21 Elul
    21 Elul
    Entering 770.
  • Parshas Nitzavim
    Parshas Nitzavim
  • Slichos
    Slichos.
     
    Slichos inspirational preparation.
  • 29 ELUL
    29 ELUL
    The birthday of the third Lubavitcher Rebbe Rabbi Menachem Mendel.
  • Tishrei Yom Tov (Holiday) Series
    A wonderful series on the Yomim Tovim (holidays) in the month of Tishrei.  This series explains how Tishrei fits into the Jewish calendar. It includes material on the build-up to Tishrei, Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and carries through to the joyous conclusion of the season with Succos and Simchas Torah. These classes are full of warm Chassidic stories and thought provoking insights that will provide inspiration for the intense process of self-evaluation and rededication to avodas Hashem (service of G-d).
  • TISHREI
    TISHREI
  • Rosh Hashana
    Rosh Hashana
  • (Fast of) Tzom Gedalia
    (Fast of) Tzom Gedalia
    Shortly after the destruction of the first Beis Hamikdash the  leader of the Jews remaining in the holy land was murdered. This resulted in the complete ousting of Jews from the holy land. This day is a fast day because it marks the end of the era of the first Beis Hamikdash.
  • 6 TISHREI
    6 TISHREI
     The Yahrtzeit (anniversary of passing) of Rebbetzin Chana (The Rebbe's Mother).
  • Parshas Vayelech and Shuva.
    Parshas Vayelech and SHUVA.
  • 10 days of Teshuva
    10 days of Teshuva
    The intermediate days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur are in themselves an extraordinary time for Return.
    We will include here BL''N all TESHUVA related classes.
  • Parshas Haazinu
    Parshas Haazinu
  • Yom Kippur
    Yom Kippur.
    The holiest day of the year.
  • 12 TISHREI
    12 TISHREI. Yahrtzeit of Reb Avrohom the Malach (Angel).
  • 13 TISHREI
    13 TISHREI
    Yahrtzeit (day of Passing) of the Rebbe MAHARA''SH (Reb Shmuel)- the fourth Lubavitcher Rebbe. b. 5594/1834 d. 5643/1882.
  • Sukkos

    The third of the regalim (holidays) celebrated annually oi  the Beis Hamikdash. It  marks the  highest point of joy in the Jewish calender mentioned in Torah Shebiksav (The written Torah). It celebrates (among other things) the end of the harvest.

     

  • Shmini Atzeres and Simchas Torah
    Shmini Atzeres and Simchas Torah.
  • Parshas Breishis
    Parshas Breishis
  • MARCHESHVAN
    MARCHESHVAN
  • Parshas Noach
    Parshas Noach
  • 3 MARCHESHVAN
    3 MARCHESHVAN
    Yahrtzeit of the Heiliger Ruziner.
  • Parshas Lech Lecha
    Parshas Lech Lecha
  • (6-)7 MARCHESHVAN
    (6-) 7 MARCHESHVAN
    This is the day that the last of the pilgrims to the Beis Hamikdash returned home. On this day (and for this reason) Jews in the Holy Land begin asking for rain.
  • Parshas Vayera
    Parshas Vayera
  • 11 MARCHRSHVSN
    11 MARCHESHVAN.
    yahrtzeit of ...
    Misushelach ?
    Rochel Imeinu
    Reb Nochum Tchernubiler
    The "Raza" (Rebbe Rashab's brother).
     
     
  • 17 MARCHESHVAN
    17 MARCHESHVAN
    The day the flood (Mabul) started in year 1656 (since creation).
  • 20 MARCHESHVAN
    20 MARCHESHVAN
    Birthday of the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, ''The Rebbe RASH''AB (Sholom Dovber). He was born in 5621 (1860). 
  • Parshas Chayey Sara
    Parshas Chayey Sara.
  • Special Fall Classes - Post Yom Tov
  • Fall Parshas
    Classes on the Weekly Torah Readings for the months of Elul to Tishrei.
  • Individual Classes or Short Series
    The month of Elul in the Jewish calendar is a merciful time. "The King (G-d) is in the field" and more accessible to us on a personal level than any other time of year. A time for self-examination, criticism and correction. Rosh Hashana is a day of judgement. Each one of us is judged and the new year is determined based on our past actions. It is also a day to crown G-d as our King by submitting to be His subjects. This section includes a wide range of classes related to Elul and Rosh Hashana. There is material here that is suitable for people with little previous exposure to Chassidic philosophy as well as for more advanced listeners.
  • 11 Elul
    11 Elul
    Wedding anniversary of Rebbe RaShaB and Rebbetzin Shterna Sara