Morning Shiurim Track
Every weekday, beginning at 9:10am, dynamic and knowledgeable First Seder Bais Medrash teachers offer interactive shiurim on a variety of topics, from Mishnayos, Gemara, Halacha, Mussar, Tanach, Jewish ethics, and Dirshu Mishna Berura. Shiurim are accessible via Adobe Connect for those who cannot participate in person.
Morning Gemara/ Chavrusah Track
Every weekday morning, we have an in-depth Gemara track, where you can learn, analyze, and review Gemara in Chavrusah style. Or, get paired up with a chavrusah and decide to learn the topic of your choice.
First Seder offers a comprehensive, enriching Daf Hashavua shiur as a part of an international undertaking to learn one Daf every week. The method of learning is designed to allow you the time to learn each Daf with clarity, depth, and enough review to feel a real ownership of the Daf.
Kli Yakar Chaburah
Want to learn something on Parshas HaShavua? First Seder also has a Kli Yakar Chaburah every Shabbos, that explains the intricacy and wisdom that connects the pesukim of the Parsha.
For more information regarding the Kli Yakar Chaburah schedule, contact Rabbi Greenspan at RabbiGreenspan@FirstSeder.org or (732) 407-3178.
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Topics covered include:
- Mussar– Orchos Tzaddikim (Character Development) (R’ Uri Greenspan)
- Halacha– Mishna Berura (R’ Uri Greenspan)
- Maharal – Pirkai Avos (Ethics of Our Fathers) (R’ Uri Greenspan)
- Shabbos Zemiros explained (R’ Yehoshua Levy)
- Parsha of the Week (R’ Yehoshua Levy)
- Sfas Emes on the Parsha (Rabbi Shalom Kelemer)
- Halichas Olam: Mishna Berurah Hashavua (R’ Uri Greenspan) 5-7 minutes a day
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- Sifrei Chofetz Chaim
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- Biur Tefillah (R’ Yoel Dovid Zeffrin)
Maalot, a Division of Neve Yerushalayim Institutions has a partnership with Thomas Edison State College (NJ) whereby one can obtain a Bachelor’s degree by taking up to 90 credits in Judaic Studies and 30 Secular Courses to achieve a required 120 credits for a degree. First Seder Bais Medrash is the Philadelphia area branch of Maalot, providing all the Judaic studies courses.
Weekly Divrei Torah
First Seder Bais Medrash sends out weekly Divrei Torah emails to enhance your Shabbos.