classes are taught by Rabbis Andrew Saffer and Jon Neumann. The classes
combine lots of
ingredients: interesting topics, mixed with a good sense of humour,
multimedia, and a bucket of audience participation.
beauty of these classes is that you can ask all those questions that
you've been dying to find good answers for. Our approach is to
give you an answer that you'll feel comfortable and satisfied with.
Plus, there's always good nosh on the night!
Horse Racing in Jewish Law. Wednesday, 5 November at 8:00pm, 46 Balaclava Road
On your marks, get set...GO! It's Spring Racing Carnival time in Melbourne and horse racing raises all sorts of fascinating questions in Jewish Law. Should horse racing be stopped because it is cruel to the horses? Is it ok to have a bet at the races? Is it reasonable for a nation to stop for a horse race? If I wear a head covering for religious reasons, can I stick a feather in it and use it as a hat for the races? Join us this week as we look at the Torah perspective on horse racing and professional sports.
Pizza in a Hut Q&A."
The name pretty much says it all. It's Sukkot, so we'll be in the Sukkah. And because Sukkot is all about happiness, so there'll be pizza. Pizza makes me happy. And because we're Aish, so there'll be open questions and answers. So bring your questions. RSVP'ing is encouraged for catering purposes./p>
"Pizza in a Hut Q&A."
Tuesday, 14 October, 8:00pm at 46 Balaclava Road, East St Kilda