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Dirshu at the RJC

Study Mishna Berurah. One page at a time. With thousands of Jews around the world.

"...make the words of Your Torah sweet  in our mouths and in the mouths of Your people... so that we, our children and grandchildren ...may know Your name and study your Torah..."  (Blessing over the Torah)

כל השונה הלכות בכל יום מובטח לו שהוא בן עולם הבא
Our sages (Chazal) teach us that one who studies  law (Halachos) daily is assured  a portion in the world to come (Olam Haba). (Talmud Niddah 73a)


The inaugural shiur will be given this Shabbat, Parshat Noach.


Join Rabbi Genack and Rabbi Hoberman from 9 to 9:30 PM, Sunday to Thursday in the Beit Midrash.

If you cannot make it in person a conference line will be available during the time of the shiur.

Conference number: (712) 775-7031

Access code: 575-653-615#




Calendar for each day's portion



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What is the Mishna Brurah?


The Mishnah Berurah is the most widely studied modern work of halakha. It was written by Rabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan (Poland, 1838–1933), who is more famously known as the Chofetz Chaim. The Mishna Brurah is an in-depth look at the Jew’s daily life-- how do they eat, sleep,work, observe Shabbat.





Online and MP3 Resources

Since we are joining a worldwide program many resources exist. For example:


Text of the mishna brurah in English and Hebrew- free

Phone app: Sefaria (available for Apple and Google phones)



About the from program from the OU

The OU's Mishna Brurah Yomi by Rabbi Aaron Glatt

Link to iTunes Podcast

You can get it on iPhone via iTunes or Android via your podcast app

    Rav Zvi Rimon of Allon Shevut (text based)

Link to entire series from the last cycle

About the program

Audio shiur – scroll to the bottom of the page for the day’s  lesson

Audio shiur (watch or listen)

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Wednesday, September 30, 2020 12 Tishrei 5781