Sunday, April 13th / 8 Nissan 5768
Join WebYeshiva online for a day of inspirational learning in honor of Pesach on Sunday, April 13th. During the course of the day, there will be 10 live, interactive online shiurim given by WebYeshiva's renowned teachers. (Each shiur is 1 hour.)
Click here to read moreInclined Toward Freedom: On Leaning at the Seder
Rabbi Jeffrey Saks / 10:00am Israel time / 3:00am NY time
"Because You Were a Slave in the Land of Egypt"
Mrs. Ilana Saks / 11:30am Israel time / 4:30am NY time
Different Meanings of Freedom and the Festival of Freedom
Rabbi Avi Weinstein / 1:00pm Israel time / 6:00am NY time
Possessing Chametz on Pesach: How Much is Too Much?
Rabbi Dovid Fink / 3:30pm Israel time / 8:30am NY time
Halachot of When Erev Pesach Falls on Shabbat
Rabbi Moshe Morris / 5:00pm Israel time / 10:00am NY time
Where Did Moshe Go? A View of the Haggada from the Vantage Point of Tanach
Rabbi Yitzchak Twersky / 8:00pm Israel time / 1:00pm NY time
The All-Nighter in B'nei Brak
Mrs. Nomi Berman / 9:30pm Israel time / 2:30pm NY time
The Meaning of Rabbi Yehuda's Ten Plagues Simanim
Rabbi Yitzhak Zuriel / 11:30pm Israel time / 4:30pm NY time
Reading Maggid: Secrets to the Haggada's Midrash Encoding
Rabbi Yehoshua Geller / 1:00am Israel (April 14) / 6:00pm NY time
Why is Moshe Rabbeinu Missing from the Haggada?
Rabbi Chaim Brovender / 5:30am Israel time (April 14) / 10:30pm NY time
Step #1: Go to www.webyeshiva.org/lms
Step #2: Click on the link "Free Yom Iyun on Pesach"
Step #3: Click on "Login as a guest"
Step #4: On the top left hand box, entitled "Next class", Please enter your first and last name in the "Name" form field and click "Join Now". This option will only appear 15 minutes before the commencement of each shiur.
(Note: You must have your microphone, head phones, and web-cam plugged in before you click on "Join Class")
Step #5: If this is your first time logging in to a class at WebYeshiva you will have to go through a one-time 5 minute set-up process (click here: link-PDF for simple instructions which detail that process).
Step #6: Click yes when asked if you want to join the Integrated VoIP Conference.
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He is known as the Rebbe of all Rebbes. Rebbe Elimelech of Lizhensk and his brother, Rebbe Zisha of Hanipoli, were among the greatest students of the Maggid of Mezritch, the Ba’al Shem Tov’s successor.
Rebbe Elimelech went on to lead the next generation of chassidim, molding the masters who would transform the Torah world in coming generations.
His profound influence continues today. Thousands of people stream to his kever each year, hoping to obtain the salvations he promised those who would come. His Prayer Before Praying is recited worldwide. His Tzeitel Katan (“Small Pamphlet”), with its instructions of how to live a life of purity and holiness, has been studied regularly by chassidim for over two centuries. Many have utilized the various segulahs for which he is famous. But how many people can access the lofty teachings contained within his illuminating sefer, Noam Elimelech?
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