Elul Programming

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Recordings and Sources:  Elul Shiurim

Rivka Leah Goldman Elul Shiur(After convRivka Leah Goldman
00:00 / 1:00:06
Shira Hochheimer Elul Shiur The Shofar(AShira Hochheimer
00:00 / 58:03
Shalvie Friedman Elul Shiur(After converShalvie Friedman
00:00 / 54:31
Rickie Rabinowitz Elul Shiur(After conveRickie Rabinowitz
00:00 / 1:09:01

Meet Our Elul Speakers


 

Mrs. Shalvie Friedman grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa. After receiving a BSC in Mathematics- she both studied and later taught at various seminaries in Israel.   She now lives in the UK where she is a senior educator for Aish UK and teaches Torah in Hasmonean High School. 

 

Mrs. Rivka Leah Goldman is a teacher par excellence who has taught in day schools, Talmud Torahs, and in an adult education milieu in various communities throughout the U.S. She resides in Baltimore where she educates kosher consumers, in her capacity as a Kashrus Computer Specialist for STAR-K Certification, in addition to delivering popular parsha and Rosh Chodesh shiurim for women.

Mrs. Shira Hochheimer, a native Baltimorean has been educating woman and girls of all ages for over 15 years. She is passionate about empowering women to find more fulfillment in their lives by learning Torah. Shira has a BA from Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women and a MA in Secondary Jewish Education from the Azrieli Graduate School.  She has been a Rebbetzin in Rochester, NY and is now an educator in Baltimore. She is the author of Eishes Chayil: Ancient Wisdom for Women of Today published by Mosaic Press in 2017, which is now in its second printing.

Mrs. Rickie Rabinowitz has lived in Eretz Yisroel for 35 years.  She is the founder, director, and lecturer of  the  "Chochmas Nashim"; Monday morning ladies learning program in Yerushalayim since 2004. She is a therapist in Yerushalayim, treating individuals, couples, and families, specializing in trauma.

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