Torah educator Esther Wein has been teaching Jewish women for nearly 30 years, specializing in multiple areas that include parsha, tefillah, Navi and history. While acclaimed for the intellectually advanced level of her lectures, Mrs. Wein is also known for her ability to make her shiurim approachable for students of all educational backgrounds.
Come hear Mrs. Wein when she appears as a featured speaker at the OU’s forthcoming Torah New York event, to be held indoors at Citi Field on Sunday, April 29, 2018. In the mean time, enjoy her discussion of this week’s parsha, Vayakhel-Pekudei, on OU Torah. (You can find more Esther Wein on Parsha here.)
Additionally, Pesach is coming, so get in the Passover spirit with two shiurim from Mrs. Wein! First, we have Geulah and Pidyon! What’s the difference between these two types of redemption? It’s the difference between body and soul! Additionally, how does the matzah transform from “poor man’s bread” at the start of the Seder to a symbol of freedom by the end? Find out in Tzafun & Tzafona: How Lechem Oni Becomes Afikomen!
Enjoy more shiurim from Esther Wein on OU Torah, OU Holidays and at the OU’s Torah New York!
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