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During this challenging time where access to the TBDJ building is not possible, we will ensure that our regular classes, shiurim, and programs continue online.

Below you'll find all the information you need to take part.

Stay tuned for special shiurim and classes over the coming days and weeks. All details will be shared via email. If you would like to update your contact information, or add email addresses to our mailing ist, please email brian@tbdj.org.

Should you have any questions or require any assistance, please email tech@tbdj.org and we'll help you out.

Please also visit http://tbdj.org/zoom for additional instructions and tips for the Zoom app.

Daily Learning Groups

  

Daily Mishna

Each morning after Shacharit Rabbi Freundlich learns one Mishna with us. Recordings are shared daily.

How to access: WhatsApp

Instructions: Click here to sign up

Maharal on the Parsha

Each evening after Mincha, Rabbi Freundlich presents a short topic from the weekly Parsha, and dives into the Maharal's commentary. Recordings are shared daily.

How to access: WhatsApp

Instructions: Click here to sign up

Daf Yomi

Our daily Daf Yomi shiurim continue online, led by Rabbi Dovid Rothschild and Rabbi Cheskie Buchinger. Please see their respective schedules below. The shiurim will be interactive*, allowing participants to ask questions and enter into discussion with one another.  *see Important Tips below

Rabbi Dovid Rothschild's Schedule:

Sunday - Thursday: 7:00pm   /   Friday: 5:00pm   /   Motzei Shabbat: 9:00pm

Rabbi Cheskie Buchinger's Schedule:

Sunday - Friday: 8:00am   /   Motzei Shabbat: TBD

How to access:

Zoom

Instructions

See http://TBDJ.org/zoom for additional Zoom instructions and tips. 

Link to JOIN: 

In our Zoom Daf Yomi Room. Check your TBDJ emails, or email support@tbdj.org for the Zoom link.

Accessing the Shiur ON-DEMAND:

Rabbi Rothschild's shiurim are recorded and can be accessed here: Daf Yomi Recordings

Important Audio/Video Tips:

When you first join, your microphone may be set to MUTE. Staying on mute will prevent others from hearing disruptive background noise wherever you may be. In order to be heard by others, you can toggle the mute on/off by clicking on the MICROPHONE symbol in the Zoom app, or by holding down the SPACEBAR as you speak and releasing it when done.. When not talking, please keep your microphone on mute.

The Daf Yomi meeting is set up so that the Rabbi's video will be enabled and you will see him, but participant video will be disabled and nobody will see you. If it is enabled, consider turning your video camera off. This is to conserve bandwidth and ensure that you can see and hear the content smoothly. Consider turning your video on only periodically, just so people can see you and smile at the sight... and then turn it back off :) 

Wednesday's Lunch & Learn Parsha Shiur

Wednesday's Lunch & Learn Parsha Shiur with a new twist: You'll provide the Lunch and Rabbi Freundlich will provide the Learn! Each week Rabbi Freundlich will dive into Parshat HaShavua together with insight from the commentaries.

Schedule: Wednesday at 12:15pm

How to access: Zoom

Instructions

See http://TBDJ.org/zoom for additional Zoom details and instructions. 

How to JOIN the ClassGo to our TBDJ Zoom Library. See your email for the link, or email support@tbdj.org if you need help getting in.

Accessing the Shiur ON-DEMAND:

  • Each week's shiur will be recorded and posted for you to access at any time. The link to this page will be provided shortly.

Important Audio/Video Tips:

  • When you first join, your microphone will be set to MUTE. Staying on mute will prevent others from hearing disruptive background noise wherever you may be. In order to be heard by others, you can toggle the mute on/off by clicking on the MICROPHONE symbol in the Zoom app, or by holding down the SPACEBAR as you speak and releasing it when done.. When not talking, please keep your microphone on mute.
  • The Daf Yomi meeting is set up so that the Rabbi's video will be enabled and you will see him, but participant video will be disabled and nobody will see you. If it is enabled, consider turning your video camera off. This is to conserve bandwidth and ensure that you can see and hear the content smoothly. Consider turning your video on only periodically, just so people can see you and smile at the sight... and then turn it back off :) 

Kef Club Parsha Page for Youth

Each week we'll publish a special Kef Club Parsha Page for our youth. Prepared by Eli & Sivan Veresh and our great Kef Club staff.

SchedulePublished each Thursday night

How to download and print:

Tue, 11 May 2021 29 Iyar 5781