Understanding The Spiritual Themes Of Prayer
Do you think that your prayer experience would be more meaningful if you had a deeper understanding of what the prayers are trying to convey? The Jewish prayer book is an incredibly rich text filled with profound philosophical and theological ideas that are central to the Jewish worldview and Jewish expression. Bring your praying experience to a new level and enhance your relationship with HaShem. Join Rabbi Paysach Diskind for a weekly exploration into the meaning and relevance of our daily prayers.
Every Monday 8:00 - 8:45
at home of Boris and Yelena Malachevsky
3002 Lightfoot Drive 21208
Dilemmas In Modern Day Business Values
Sometimes it feels like corruption and noncompliance is just par for the course in the business world. But Judaism teaches that each of us has the power to transform the culture of our surroundings by acting as an “ambassador of integrity” and make a Kidush Hashem. If we act in a moral and transparent way, we can truly elevate our environment.
Please join Rabbi Aaron Tendler a faculty member of Ner Israel Rabbinical College and Rabbi of the Owings Mills Torah Center with experience in the world of small business, for a new bi-monthly interactive study of Modern Case Studies In Jewish Business Ethics.
Class #1: Jan 9th - Ethical Behavior- Staying Within the Letter of the Law
Class #2: Jan 23rd - Mediation, Arbitration, and Dispute Resolution
Class #3: Feb 6th - Free Entry, Competition, and Anti-Trust Law
Class #4: Feb 20th - Employee/Management Rights and Responsibilities
Class #5: March 6th - Copyright and Confidentiality
At the Owings Mills Torah Center,
7920 McDonogh Rd Suite 203
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Kindness & Sensitivity
When we read the news headlines, sometimes it feels as if the world is coming apart at its seams.
Jewish tradition teaches however that the acts of kindness and goodness that we do truly have the power to help slowly influence and shape the entire world for the better. Please join Rabbi Yitzi Weiner for a new six part series on "Kindness and Sensitivity”.
Learn the many ways the Torah inspires us to act with sensitivity, respect, and integrity with others, and how these practices can transform our character, make us closer to Hashem, and make a great impact on the world at large. We will explore each of the mitzvos below with its philosophic and spiritual underpinnings along with heartwarming anecdotes.
The class is open to the entire community, for both men and women.
Monday Evenings 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
at Congregation Tiferes Yisrael (Rabbi Goldberger’s Shul)
Taking Daily Steps In Emunah
Our Sages teach that one of the fundamental mitzvos in the Torah in the mitzva of Emunah, faith and faithfulness. A person with a heightened sense of emunah can face nearly any obstacle with extraordinary serenity. Emunah can turn nearly every daily encounter into a joyous interaction with the Creator. How can one develop this serene and joyous sense of emunah? Please join Mrs. Tamar Englander for an inspiring exploration of the pathways toward greater emunah.
Mondays at 8PM
at 6307 Wirt Ave
The Starbucks Shmooze
Are you a Jewish teen who enjoys Starbucks coffee? Do you like heated discussions with friends? Please join Rabbi Yitzi Weiner for coffee and exciting conversation discussing moral issues depicted in popular culture, and how they relate to Jewish values. Every Shmooze will center around a short video clip from popular culture. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday nights between 8PM and 8:45 PM
at the Woodholme Shopping Center Starbucks
1809 Reisterstown Rd, Baltimore, MD 21208