• March 3, 2024
  • 23 5784, Adar I
  • פרשת ויקהל

The WebYeshiva Blog

WebYeshiva was proud to be invited to Limmud Budapest, which took place October 28-30 and held at the The European Youth Centre in Budapest (EYCB). The conference was attended by over 300 people, from Hungary and across Europe, with participants also coming from Israel and North America. Limmud is a worldwide festival of Jewish learning which was launched in England over 40 years ago (among the founders of this impactful program were early students of our own Rabbi Brovender). It was a great opportunity to connect with many of our European WebYeshiva students in person—and to attract new students to our site, especially for our Hungarian language shiurim made possible thanks to the Leslie and Vera Keller Foundation for the Advancement of the Jewish Heritage. WebYeshiva thanks all the organizers and participants for a wonderful learning experience.
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WebYeshiva is proud to announce its new Winter Zman 2022 launches this week. The zman will run for ten weeks until Purim and features more than 40 different live, interactive, online series on a variety of topics. All classes are free and stand alone so if you haven't been sitting in for the earlier lessons you can join at any time without feeling lost. Also, as usual all courses are recorded and available for download within 24 hours of the live class. We hope to see you learning with us of over the next few months. Log in & Learn!  
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