OU Torah has redesigned its website for an optimal user experience and added new and important features. Users can now subscribe to various Torah series, create a playlist, save their preferences between logins, and sync their playlist with the OU Torah app.
Bringing Daf Yomi to Life
OUTorah.org's Daf Yomi section, offered in both desktop and mobile formats, is one of the most comprehensive on the web, featuring in-demand teachers such as Rabbi Moshe Elefant and Rabbi Shalom Rosner. Materials include daf b’iyun, daf in halacha from the Bais HaVaad Halacha Center, rishonim and acharonim from Shas Illuminated, point-by-point summaries, quizzes, and more.
Torah Study for Seniors
Responding to the need for services that meet the social, intellectual and spiritual requirements of retirees in the Jewish community, the Beit Midrash of Teaneck (BMT) provides intensive, user-friendly, text-based Torah study to accommodate a variety of skill levels. The program features leading OU educators on Talmud, Tanach, and halacha.
Communal Days of Torah Learning Spans Continents
This year, OU’s annual Torah New York day of learning brought thousands of men and women together to enjoy shiurim taught by world-renowned Torah educators on topics in Jewish ethics, halacha, yomim tovim, and more. Begun in New York, the program has expanded to Los Angeles and Jerusalem, and is scheduled to launch in more locations this coming year.
Fastest-Growing Halacha Learning Program in the World
Spanning five continents, the OU’s Semichas Chaver program (SCP), founded by Rav Elyada Goldwicht, is a halacha study program developed to make learning more accessible to young men. After six months of weekly learning, there is a comprehensive exam along with a siyum celebrating completion of the learned halachot. Wives, children, and families are included, making the program a family experience.