The Semichas Chaver Program (SCP) is the fastest-growing practical, interactive halacha chaburah in the world. With over 250 locations and more than 5,000 weekly participants, SCP’s rich content is designed to be shared with family members. Upon completion of each topic and exam, every member gets the Semichas Chaver certificate signed by Rav Shlomo Amar, former Sephardic Chief Rabbi of Israel, and Rav Hershel Schachter.
"SCP FUNDAMENTALLY CHANGES THE WAY YOU AND YOUR FAMILY RELATE TO HALACHA AND MITZVOS. THE ENGAGING DESIGN OF THE MATERIAL, FOCUSING PRIMARILY ON RELEVANCE, ENCOURAGES AVODA TO STRENGTHEN YOUR CONNECTION TO HASHEM THROUGH HALACHA."
"BEFORE I GOT THIS APP, I LEARNED BY MYSELF, SOMETIMES STRUGGLING TO UNDERSTAND IT. ALL DAF HELPED ME TREMENDOUSLY."
The All Mishnah app supports the Mishnah Yomi learning cycle, facilitating the daily study of two mishnayos. The app also serves as an educational platform for the All Mishnah Junior program, which has engaged over 1,550 junior high students. All Mishnah Junior participants serve as school ambassadors, coordinate shiurim, distribute ArtScroll mishnayot, and even deliver some shiurim themselves.
■ On November 14, 2022, a groundbreaking new chapter began for Daf Yomi of the Talmud Yerushalmi. For the fi rst time, the Talmud Yerushalmi is being studied globally through the Daf Yomi format. The initiative has attracted over 8,000 dedicated learners.
■ Oraysa is a popular program with over 20,000 participants who learn one amud (page) over the course of a workweek and then review for the remaining two days. All Daf separates the shiurim into amud aleph and bet for Oraysa participants.
■ All Daf collaborated with the Bais HaVaad of Lakewood on a video series about the get process for Maseches Gitin. Videos include a discussion with Rabbi Mordechai Willig of the Beth Din of America on the halachic prenuptial agreement.
■ Dirshu and All Daf partnered together on their new Amud Yomi Program.
"I ONLY BEGAN LEARNING IN SEPTEMBER OF 2021. NOW THAT I HAVE MORE CONFIDENCE, DAF YOMI HAS BEEN A GATEWAY TO SO MUCH MORE CHAVRUSA LEARNING. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR FANTASTIC SHIURIM; I WILL FOREVER BE GRATEFUL."
Dedicated by the Jacobs and Chill families in memory of Harold and Pearl Jacobs, outorah.org houses tens of thousands of shiurim and divrei Torah, with more being added every day. OU Torah has become an indispensable resource for study in many areas of Torah, including parsha, Nach, halacha, tefi llah and machshava, among others.
In conjunction with the OU Women’s Initiative, OU Torah also features several series designed specifi cally for women and girls. Additionally, OU Torah fi elds hundreds of questions each year from Jews (and others) all over the world, who receive personalized responses to their questions about Torah and our faith.
Almost 12,000 people receive one or more daily emails in Nach Yomi, Shnayim Mikra, Taryag, Mishna Yomit and Mishneh Torah.
"I STARTED NACH YOMI WITH SEFER YESHAYA, WHICH I NEVER LEARNED BEFORE, AND I AM GAINING IMMENSELY. I’M FINDING MANY THINGS I HEARD BEFORE, BUT NOW I KNOW THE SOURCE. ALL THOSE YEARS OF SHABBATON CHANTS AND I NEVER KNEW THAT HEIDAD HAD A BIBLICAL SOURCE!"
Julian, an intellectually curious 11-year-old boy, stumbled upon the All Mishnah app and began learning Mishnah Yomi on his own. Julian does not attend a Jewish school and does not live in a large Jewish community. Interest piqued, he emailed Rabbi Ezra Sarna, who has a shiur on the All Mishnah platform. With Rabbi Sarna’s guidance, Julian delved even deeper into the mishnah’s teachings. Inspired by his studies, Julian soon embraced greater observance of Shabbos and mitzvos. What started as curiosity became a profound journey of Torah learning.