A Little Bit of Torah: Community Learning

A Little Bit of Torah is BINA’s community beit midrash in English.
BINA hosts a learning event in English every Tuesday night, at the Secular Yeshiva in Tel Aviv campus at Ganey Teva.
These classes are in English, open to the public, and accessible to learners of all backgrounds.
Entrance is 20 NIS, with beer and wine for sale on site.
The event runs from 18:30-21:00, and consists of two classes back-to-back.
If you are interested in staying updated about A Little Bit of Torah, please contact us to join our mailing list!
A Little Bit of Torah Fall 2017 Schedule:
  • February 7 – Avi Schaefer Fund – Zoe Jick & Elisheva Goldberg
  • February 14 – BINA – Mor Shimoni & Noga Brenner Samia
  • February 21 – Leah Sarna & Dr. Jonathan Sarna
  • February 28 – OLAM – Shani Rosenbaum & Esther Hindin
  • March 7 – Josh Krug & Gila Fine
  • March 14 – HUC – Nora Feinstein & Rabbi Haim Shalom
  • March 21 – Dean Movshovitz & Dr. Rachel Korazim
  • March 28 – Pardes – Rabbi Daniel Shibley & Nehama Goldman Barash
  • April 4 – The Jerusalem Yeshiva – Yaya Tobias & Ariel Levinson
  • April 25 – Yeshivat Hadar – Rabbi Ben Mernick & Rabbi Ethan Tucker
  • May 9 – Emily Cohen & Chaya Gilboa
  • May 16 – Danny Weininger & Dr. Leon Weiner Dow
  • May 23 – David Eber & Simcha Gross

For more information about A Little Bit of Torah, please contact Zoe Jick at zoe@bina.org.il


Students Tell

“BINA’s  ‘A Little Bit of Torah’ brought together an exceptional line up of lecturers who thoughtfully and critically parsed traditional Jewish texts. The group discussions were nuanced and of the highest caliber, which is extraordinary when  participants have varied levels of Jewish literacy. This is a special program truly committed to egalitarian Jewish learning in English and I highly recommend it.”
– Metom Bergman, Dorot Fellow, 2015-16 
“After making aliyah and failing to find a place in Israel to investigate Judaic thinking/text for many years, I stumbled upon BINA’s “A Little Bit of Torah” sessions. The intellectual, social and secular approach to Torah study was incredibly uplifting. BINA provided me with a space to connect with my cultural/traditional past with no overbearing strings attached. I now feel that my Jewish and daily life can exist in deeper harmony.”
– Ana Harmon, Tel Aviv Resident, Dance Writer
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