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Rabbi Eli Deutsch
Monday Sept. 13th

Rabbi Eli Deutsch is based in Jerusalem and lectures there internationally, weaving together topics in relationship building, personal growth, and Chassidic Thought. He is the author of numerous books, including two #1 Amazon Best Sellers, "The Case for Judaism" and "Jewish By Choice."

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Monday Kickoff
Oct. 11

Come celebrate the start of a new round of Mesorah Monday and the Mesorah Miles program!

Oct. 11

50 Regent Rooftop Lounge, Jersey City NJ

Rabbi Dov Ber
Monday 0ct. 18th & 25th

 After spending six years living in Asia, delving deeply into Eastern philosophies, partaking in several silent meditation retreats, extreme martial arts training, hiking in the Himalayas and around a  Japanese island, as well as spending time volunteering in orphanages, Dov Ber moved to Israel  where he discovered the depth, beauty and wisdom of his own religion. He made Aliyah and, alongside learning in yeshiva, set up his social justice organisation, All for the Kids, which raised  money and awareness for orphanages in India, Africa and Israel. He is now a senior Lecturer at Aish HaTorah World Centre in Jerusalem and Co-founder/Director of Ruach Chayim:   Authentic Jewish Meditation Retreats. He is known for his down to earth, authentic and experiential style, weaving together stories and lessons from his journey through the East with deeply spiritual yet practical Torah wisdom. He has smicha in Issur vHeter.

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Rabbi Jack Cohen
Monday Nov. 1st & 8th

Rabbi Jack served as a campus rabbi for Meor at the University of Pennsylvania and an Israel programs educator before that. He is currently coauthoring a book on the subject of individuality and self-esteem through the eyes of the Sages, called "Born to Be." He received his Rabbinic ordination in Jerusalem after his BA from Penn in Physics and Philosophy, and earned his Masters in Education at Harvard last year.

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Rabbi Becher
Monday, Nov. 15th & 22nd

Rabbi Mordechai Becher, originally from Australia, is a Senior Lecturer for the Gateways Organization and teaches Jewish history and philosophy at the James Striar School (JSS, formerly known as Mechina) of Yeshiva University. He was a Senior Lecturer at Ohr Somayach, Neve Yerushalayim and Darchei Binah in Jerusalem for 15 years, was a chaplain in the Israel Defence Forces and taught in a number of Rabbinic training programs. Rabbi Becher is the co-author of After the Return, and has answered thousands of questions on the Ask-the-Rabbi website. His latest book, Gateway to Judaism, was published by Shaar Press. Rabbi Becher received his ordination from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. He has lectured for the UJA, Jewish Federations, the Zionist Organization of America, Hillel and is on the speakers bureau of the Israeli Consulate in New York. He has taught in Canada, the United States, England, Israel, South Africa, Australia and Russia. He resides with his wife and 6 children in Passaic, NJ.

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