Adult Education

Rabbi Kupfer's Tuesday Morning Class

Every Tuesday morning at 8:30 AM, Rabbi Baruch Kupfer teaches an insightful and in-depth adult Torah class on Chumash. This highly acclaimed class which is filled with teachings from the Talmud and Midrash, is also spiced with Chassidic inspiration and Kabbalistic wisdom. It is attended by a wide variety of parents and community members who enjoy its penetrating insights into Jewish thought and classical Jewish texts.

Most Recent Class: 9/24/19

Today’s Shiur Is Dedicated By:

Sabah & Gitty Sawdayi, in celebration and honor of the 50th birthday of their dear son Devin Sawdayi. May he live many long happy years filled with Nachat and joy.

Roya & John Banafsheha, in loving memory of Roya’s grandmother, Farangis bat Esther & Mirza Agha, Z”L, (5 Tishrei). May her Neshama have an Aliya in the heavens above and may the Torah and Mitzvot of her children, grand-children and great grand-children be a constant Zechut for her in Gan Eden.

Nathan & Rinat Newman Family, in honor of the Gindi Maimonides Academy Community. Wishing them all a Shana Tovah U’Metukah and G’Mar Chatimah Tovah. May it be a year of Bracha V’Shalom for all of Am Yisrael.

Elul
High Holidays
Sukkot
Chanukah
Asara B’Tevet
Tu B’shvat
Purim
Pesach
Sefirat Ha’omer
Shavout
The Three Weeks and Tisha Ba’av

Tu Ba’av

Sefer Shemot
Shemot
Va’eira
Bo

Beshalach
Beha’alotcha

Mishpatim
Trumah

Tetzaveh
Ki Tisa 
Vayakhel

Sefer Vayikra
Vayikra
Tzav
Shemini
Tazria
Achrei Mote

Behar

Sefer Bamidbar
Bamidbar
Shelach

Guest Lectures

Gindi Maimonides Academy encourages its parents to strive for growth in Torah learning and wisdom. During the school year various adult Torah classes and lectures are offered for our parents and friends. Speakers include Michael Brandwein, Fight the New Drug. Mrs. Shifra Revah and more. These classes are open to the public.

Please visit often to see the upcoming speakers and events.

Monday Night Learning

On Monday nights at 8:30 PM, Gindi Maimonides Academy fathers are invited to the Kollel in Beth Jacob to study the writings of the Rambam (Maimonides) together with the Rabbis of our school.