The Chabad community of North Miami Beach gathered for a Kinus Torah, where local and guest speakers presented Torah classes on fascinating and relevant topics.
The Chabad community of North Miami Beach gathered for a Kinus Torah, where speakers presented fascinating and relevant topics.
Moro D’asra Rabbi Yosef Marlow spoke about the dinim of shomea ke’oneh, (listening is like answering) in application to the way one counts sefira, and discussed one of the advantages of having a mikvah bor al gabei bor.
Rabbi Simcha Bart, a writer for AskMoses, spoke about the inyan of someone who came from Eretz Yisroel to America, covering topics like keeping a second day of Yom Tov and the importance of following the minhagim of the local area.
Rabbi Velvel Lipskier, a community member and local maggid shiur, spoke about different melochos that are forbidden on Erev Shabbos, Erev Pesach, and Chol Hamoed.
Rabbi Yisroel Geisinsky, a maggid shiur in the Yeshiva Torah Ohr, gave a PowerPoint Shiur on the explanation of the Gemara, and the exact midpoint in the Torah in words, pesukim, and letters.
The event was emceed by bochur Mendel Steinberg, who shared the history of Kinus Torah and the importance the Rebbe gave it, as well as a special lesson we should take with us in the year of Hakhel.
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