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Tractate Pesachim
Pesachim

Embark on a journey through the Talmud’s Pesachim tractate, unraveling discussions on Passover laws, rituals, and ethical insights. Explore the intricacies of the Passover festival, gaining a profound understanding of Jewish traditions and ethical principles.  We also delve deep into the definition of what Chametz is , and the laws related to bedicat chametz

What you will learn

“Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Jewish tradition with our program on the Talmudic tractate of Pesachim. Uncover the depth of discussions surrounding Passover laws, rituals, and ethical insights. Join us on a journey through the pages of Pesachim to gain a profound understanding of the intricacies of the Passover festival and its significance in Jewish tradition. This program offers a unique opportunity to engage with the timeless wisdom and legal discourse encapsulated in the Talmud

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Rabbi Mintz

Rabbi Mintz is a prominent spiritual leader and community architect, serving as the founding rabbi of Kehilat Rayim Ahuvim, a thriving Modern Orthodox community established on the dynamic Upper West Side of Manhattan in 2004. His visionary leadership has cultivated a vibrant and inclusive environment, attracting individuals from diverse backgrounds to engage in a meaningful exploration of their faith.

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