At Horeini, we offer classes on all topics of judaism from the basic to advanced. Our Holiday gatherings bring our network together for an inspirational and enriching experience. Horeini is directed by Rebbetzin Naama Lerman under the Rabbinical Guidance of Rabbi Chaim Mintz.
Our tutors provide one-on-one instruction, teaching Hebrew and Jewish Heritage basics.
We have many wonderful families eager to share their Shabbos experience with those less affiliated. Contact Bluma Nussbaum at 212.613.8118, 917.945.0385 or email@example.com
Experience the full flavor of Jewish holidays at our Yom Tov gatherings with enriching & entertaining programs.
Listen to a sample or browse through our topics.
Rav Baruch Rabinowitz
Rav Baruch Rabinowitz
Rav Baruch Rabinowitz
Sukkos bears the “nick-name” of yom simchaseinu -- the time of our joy. Learn about the magic of Sukkos.
Topics include: Esther & Hadassa – Two Aspects of Jewish Womanhood, Purim in Perspective of Generations, Concept of Miracles and the Concealed Miracle of Purim, Purim – The Hidden and the Revealed.
Topics include: Walking on the Road to Spiritual Freedom – Then and Now, Reliving the Exodus of Egypt – Insights Into the Haggadah, Coming Out of the Darkness Into the Light of Passover.
Do you have questions about the role of a Jewish woman at home? Are you simply curious as to how seemingly average women rise to heroic levels of parenting, mentoring, mediating, doctoring, managing, praying, and of course, cooking? Join us at the next “Ask the Jewish Mother and Wife” forum where your questions will be answered by a panel of experts bearing the highly regarded titles of “Mother” and “Wife.”
Each of the 613 commandments -- mitzvos -- of Judaism is derived from the text of the Torah. The volume “Sefer Hachinuch” traces the mitzvos back to their roots and examines their essence, providing a solid footing beneath our religious observances. If you want to know the where, how and why behind the mitzvos, this is a class for you.
How could Talmudic Sages have written an ethical guide that precisely meets the needs of today? Explore the remarkable wisdom of the volume known as “Ethics of the Fathers” and find out all you need to know to live a contented, joyful and rewarding life.
Each weekly Torah reading (parsha) is a source of wisdom uniquely suited for the week to come, as well as a foundation stone for the structure of our spiritual lives. In this thought-provoking class, you’ll discover the riches beneath the surface of the simple text.
What qualities make a true leader of the Jewish people? The Book of Joshua answers that question completely, with its depictions of courage, faith, intelligence, self-sacrifice and humility. Joshua is a book for today.
Our “Ask the Rabbi” forums, scheduled every six to eight weeks, put you in direct contact with highly regarded rabbis whose expertise and scholarship are widely sought. Past panelists include: Rabbi A. Lerman, Rabbi Y. Oelbaum, Rabbi N. Wolpin, Rabbi A. Shafran, Rabbi C. Mintz, Rabbi B. Rabinowitz, Rabbi Z. Corlin, Rabbi Y. Kahan, Rabbi S. Dishon and Rabbi M. Blum.
Oorah, which means "Awaken," was founded with the goal of awakening Jewish children and their families to their heritage. We enable children to enroll in Jewish day schools or yeshivos, where they receive a full religious and secular education.
KirbyCard. It’s one of the best calling cards on the market, but it’s got a value far beyond money. Kirby is part of Oorah’s own Cucumber Communications, and every penny of profit from this enterprise helps pay for a child’s Jewish education.
Kars-4-Kids. If you have a car you can’t get rid of -- it’s not worth reselling, the junk yard won’t buy it -- donate it to Oorah’s sister charity Kars4Kids. We’ll pick up the car, you get the tax deduction, and Oorah gets a source of income to help provide a child with a Jewish education.
Cucumber Communications. Here’s a unique opportunity to save money on long distance service while providing essential funding for Oorah’s activities. Every penny of profit helps provide for a child’s Jewish education.
In 1995, Rabbi Chaim Mintz and Mrs. Naama Lerman established Horeini Torah Center for Jewish Women to answer a growing need in the Jewish community. Today, Horeini is fulfilling this mission with a wide array of courses, all taught by dynamic, top-notch teachers. Horeini is a “second family” to many women. Here they find new friends who are interested, as they are, in spiritual growth. They find teachers and advisors who take a personal interest in their lives, offering good advice and practical help wherever it’s needed.
Ready to join Horeini? Contact Us!
1652 42nd Street, Brooklyn, NY 11204