Beit Midrash (Adult Education)


Beit Midrash (Adult Education) Veahavta*

in Memory of Shimon and Sarah Greenberg, ז"ל


The Beit Midrash (Adult Education) of Kehillat Veahavta is supported by

Kehillah co-founder Ariella Freedberg and her sister Nurit Sheehan in memory of their parents, Shimon and Sarah Greenberg z"l. Sarah was "the Grandmother of the Veahavta Community", and among the Kehillah's founders and taught for 40 years, while Shimon was a rabbi who truly loved the Torah.


​​​Kehillat Veahavta Bet Midrash תשע"ט




 Oh My...God


Veahavta's Beit Midrash program 5779 with Rabbi Elisha will be playing host to God.  A journey in the footsteps of God from Genesis to Heschel, and from the Big Bang to Ben Gurion. 


Monday mornings


Price for 14 classes - Members / Non-Members: 480 / 720
Price per class - Members / Non-Members: 40 / 60 





Rosh Chodesh Meetings for Women


The celebration of a new Jewish month was once, traditionally, a women's festival. Women would gather, talk together about matters of importance at the time. At Veahavta we are continuing this wonderful tradition with monthly meetings for women, in which we hear every month from different women, who share their wisdom and their world views with us.


The meetings take place at the home of Dafna Kalmar, co-chairperson of the Kehillat Veahavta board, who opens her home - and her heart - with warmth and great generosity!


Free of charge!


This year, we will deal with the emotional processes in a woman's life at various stages in her life.

The list of lectures, topics and dates will be published below in the coming weeks.




Study of the weekly Torah portion

with Elisha (in Hebrew)


Once every two weeks, over coffee and cake and after the morning prayer service, Elisha holds a joint study session on the weekly parsha (anyone who is interested is also invited to services!)

  Free and open to all! 

In Hebrew.




Learn to sing / chant / leyn the Torah!


(Hebrew reading skills required) Get to know the "melody" of the Torah, to study the reasons of the Bible, the theory and the practice. By the end of the course you will be able to sing every page of the Torah! 

With Aviva Friedberg
Cost: free of charge for community members
NIS 180 for non-members of the community



The Masorti Movement is committed to a pluralistic, egalitarian, and democratic vision of Zionism. Masorti represents a “third” way. Not secular Judaism. Not ultra-Orthodoxy. But a Jewish life that integrates secular beliefs. Halakhah with inclusion and egalitarianism. Tradition that recognizes the realities of today’s world. Masorti engages tens of thousands of Israelis each year, young and old, native born as well as olim from around the globe.
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