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Torah Cafe

Torah Cafe


A stimulating learning experience held before the High Holidays and before Passover. Torah Café will begin with a delicious breakfast and an opportunity to socialize with old and new friends. Following breakfast there will be a short inspirational talk to all attendees, focused on the spiritual and historical aspects of the upcoming holiday.

Participants will then be able to choose two sessions to attend from classes being offered on a variety of topics relating to the upcoming holiday. Each class will be led by Rabbis and Rebbetzins from the community. Torah Café is sure to leave all attendees inspired and prepared for the holiday.

$10 Per Person - RSVP is necessary 

This Torah Cafe is sponsored by;

Gene and Judy Levine

in loving memory of

Bessie & Solomon Levine


Helen & Philip Abel,

beloved parents of Judy and Gene Levine.


Sunday Mornings | 9:00 - 11:30 AM

2017-18 Dates:

September 10th - Pre High Holidays
March 18th - Pre Passover

Torah Cafe Schedule

9:00 - 9:40 Breakfast 

9:40 - 10:00 Short inspiration on the upcoming holiday

10:00 - 10:45 Small group learning sessions

10:50 - 11:30 Small group learning sessions 






"The Silent Sound of the Shofar"

Rabbi Mendy Kesselman - Chabad of Frisco

How the simple sound of the ram’s horn on Rosh Hashanah represents a Jew’s heartfelt cry to G‑d.


Small Group Learning Topics


"How to Make a Spiritual Inventory Before the High Holydays "  

Rabbi Peretz Shapiro - The Jewish Life Network.

Rabbi Shapiro will lead a discussion that will change the way you see yourself, in preparation for Rosh Hashana. 




"Who Takes the Initiative? Building a Dynamic Relationship with G‑d"

Rabbi Dan Lewin - Maayan Chai Foundation

This class will discuss a simple 3 stage process whereby we work to improve and to receive divine blessings, as it pertains to the current time period in the Jewish calendar. 



"The Office With The Revolving Door" 

Rabbi Eli Block - Chabad at Legacy West

A legal and mystical exploration of the High Priest's personal chamber, and its message about Yom Kippur's call to return. 


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