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Women's Classes - Festival Series

Getting Ready for the High Holy Days        3 Thursdays, Two Classes Each Week: 9:30 & 10:30 am


September 22: ● Mrs. M. Lipskar ● Parenting Tips for the New Year

                       ● Mrs. G. Simpson ● A Woman's Cry

September 29: ● Rabbi S. Moffson ● TBA

                       ● Rabbi Y. Hazdan ● A Guide to the Rosh Hashana Machzor

October 6:       ● Rabbi S. Simpson ● A Guide to the Yom Kippur Machzor

                       ● Rabbi A. Shishler ● Introspection is Getting Me Down


Hosted By: Bianca Blumberg, Lara Brasg & Carmela Lishansky


Women's Classes - November Series

Preparing for Chanukah                                 3 Tuesdays 9-10 am


November 10 ● Rabbi A. Carlebach ● What’s the big miracle?
November 17 ● Rabbi N. Schochet ● Laws & Customs
November 24 ● Rabbi Y. Hazdan ● What did the Greeks have against us?


At the home of Denise Swartz 


The Ways of Teshuva - Rambam

Study Maimonody's guide of how one can return to G-d in whatever curcumstance he find himself.


Wednesday Kollel Night

8:30 - 9:15pm ● Rabbi Shmuel Simpson ● 


Talmud - Pesachim

Inject your week with an in depth Talmudic analysis of the festival of Pesach. Dive into the vast sea of the Talmud, the compilation of centuries of discussion between the greatest of sages.


You will gain a greater understanding of the depth in which the sages of those days, examined every aspect of a subject before a conclusion was reached.


Wednesday Kollel Night

8:30 - 9:15pm ● Rabbi Yosef Hazdan ● 


Laws of Shabbos

“On the seventh day you shall rest, you shall refrain from all work.”


Join us as we learn how the Torah defines labor as it was performed in the Temple and as it applies in the 21st century.


Wednesday Kollel Night

7:45 - 8:30pm ● Rabbi Yosef Hazdan ● 


A Tale of Two Souls

Tanya’s Guide to Living a Not-So-Ordinary Life


Once upon a time, every book was about being perfect. Every book told you, “This is how you are supposed to be; now go and be that.”


Then Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, the founder of the Chabad movement, wrote a book for the rest of us, called Tanya. It’s the first book of Kabbalistic enlightenment for everyone, charting a practical roadmap for higher living.


Join us as we study Tanya and discover for ourselves how ordinary people can indeed lead extraordinary lives.


Wednesday Kollel Night

7:45 - 8:30pm ● Rabbi Dovid Hazdan ● 



Tractate Eiruvin



Have you ever wondered why there are poles joined by wires delineating certain suburbs in Johannesburg and other major cities?


This weekly class is currently exploring the definitions of the Public and private Domains pertaining to the laws of Shabbat.


No previous experience or knowledge is required to join this study group.



8:30 - 9:00am ● Rabbi Dovid Hazdan ● 


Chumash Class

A text based class where we explore the Chumash with Rashi’s commentary.​



8:30 - 9:00am ● Rabbi Shmuel Simpson ● 


Lunch & Learn

Arrange a weekly, interactive Torah class for you and your business associates.​


Call the JTI today to arrange a Lunch & Learn for you and your friends.

Jewish Law

Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, the day to day guide to living a Jewish life. From the moment you open your eyes to the time you go to bed, from the celebrations of a wedding to the sorrows of mourning, from Shabbat to Yom Kippur, whether tying the Teffilin, taking a loan, or defining deceit in business, you will discover step by step simple and clear instructions how to live as a Jew.​


Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays

5:30 - 6:00pm ● Rabbi Yosef Hazdan ● 


Praying with Soul

Learn how your soul connects with G-d even in the most hostile environment.
Learn about the nature of your Jewish soul, where it comes from, its makeup, its journeys in this world, its constant desire to connect with G-d and how it not only withstands, but grows amidst spiritual darkness. Imbue your davening with a deeper relationship with G-d.​



8:00 - 8:45am ● Rabbi Yosef Hazdan ● 


Contemporary Applications from the Parsha

Join us after the brocha every Shabbos afternoon as we explore the practical applications of the weekly parsha.​​



During the Brocha ● Rabbi Shmuel Simpson ● 



Tractate Kiddushin


Kick start your day with an in depth Talmudic analysis of the nature of marriage. Dive into the vast sea of the Talmud, the compilation of centuries of discussion between the greatest of sages.


“The inspiring thing about Gemara lessons is the insight one can glean of how the discussions & conclusion, of the years gone by apply to the current days. It gives one a greater understanding of the depth in which the sages of those days, examined every aspect of a subject before a conclusion was reached.” Les Levine


Monday - Friday

7:45 - 8:15am ● Rabbi Dovid Hazdan ●                                           Book Fee: R450


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