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Bayit Goes Zoom

To dial in to any Zoom class, call 646-558-8656 and then
input the meeting ID, which is the 9, 10 or 11 digit number
at the end of any of the links below for that class.


ZOOM PASSWORD REMINDER: All Zoom sessions now require a password to enter the meeting. The password was distributed by email earlier this week. New users - please email to request the password. Note: No password required for dial-in access via your phone.

Weekday Classes


10:30AM - Intermediate Talmud - Avodah Zara - Rav Ezra
11:30AM - Halacha Chaburah: "Rambam's Hilchot Teshuva" - Burt Nusbacher


10:00AM - Class with Rav Avi
11:00AM - Judges: The Samson Story - Rav Ezra


11:30AM - Insights and Discussion on Megilat Kohelet *in English* - Rabbanit Bracha

After the 7:50 AM ( - Tefillah - Mussar: Personal Transformation Through a Jewish Lens - Rabbanit  Bracha
10:00AM - Rabbi Heschel's "The Prophets" - Rav Steven
6:30PM ( - Learning Service - Livya Tinestit-Weiss 
8:00PM ( - Niggun Circle - Rabbanit Bracha 


BReath, body, mind - Daily breathing with Shira Gordon

Mon-Fri: 1pm-1:45pm
Note: Carole Oshinsky will lead the class on Thursday, October 22nd and Friday, October 23rd 


Daf Yomi

Zoom Only

Mon & Wed-Fri: 8:30am with Rabbi David Schwartz
Tue: 8:30am with Dov Weinstock
Sat: 30 minutes after Motzaei Shabbat with Eli Oberstein
Sun: 7:30am with Eli Oberstein 


Foundations of Judaism

Learn the Fundamentals of a Jewish Life with Rabbanit Bracha
This class is currently on summer break. Classes will resume in the fall.
To join this class please email Rabbanit Bracha at 


Support Space - 8:30PM

We will have online Zoom support space for those wishing to connect and process this experience together. Facilitated by local mental health professionals. 

  • Mon, 10/26: Open Support and Process Space facilitated by Dr. Seth Aronson


Tefillah B'Tzibbur:


Mon & Thu | 6:40AM & 7:50AM
Tue, Wed, Fri | 6:45AM & 7:50AM


Sun-Thu | 5:55PM 

At the end of each tefillah slot, a clergy member will offer a teaching to honor the memories of those for whom community members have been saying Kaddish at this time.

Tue, October 20 2020 2 Marcheshvan 5781