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236 Kane Street / Brooklyn, NY 11231 / 718 875-1550

Open Beit Midrash

Every Tuesday Evening, October to March
Please click here to register for the coming year’s season!

The Beit Midrash (House of Study) has traditionally been the cultural center for creative spiritual conversation, a place to bring everyone together in an atmosphere of focused learning, energetic discussion and personal search.

Using the educational techniques of a traditional Yeshiva, but in a progressive, inclusive, Brownstone Brooklyn way, our study will center around tables, with provocative texts and helpful resources arrayed before the students.

The Kane Street Synagogue Open Beit Midrash is for learners of all levels. We value diversity. Come whether you have studied Jewish texts for 20 years, or are a complete novice. Madrichim, learning guides, will roam the Beit Midrash to welcome students and help them find an appropriate level of study.

Each Beit Midrash evening begins with dinner at 6:45pm, followed by various opportunities for Jewish learning (i.e. the “Beit Midrash”) at 7:30pm.

The Open Beit Midrash takes place on all Tuesday evenings (except for national holidays) from October through March.  The program is built around three-week mini-courses.

Course costs to be confirmed upon announcement of the roster. Per-course, and full subscriptions are available, as well as scholarships; please contact Rabbi Samuel H. Weintraub for more information.

Courses: Click here for a schedule of this year’s courses, or download the the Open Beit Midrash brochure with full course descriptions.

For more information, contact Joy Fallek at [email protected].

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