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Torah Cafe

Torah Cafe


About Torah Cafe

Location: Lang Chabad Center

A Yeshiva-style learning experience for men and women three times throughout the year centered around the upcoming holidays of the year. Start the morning off with a delicious breakfast as you meet new people and enhance your spiritual immune system by studying Torah. Torah Cafe will begin with small group learning sessions with a variety of topics to choose from. Each class will be led by Rabbis and Rebbetzins. Torah Cafe will also feature a main session focused on the practical, spiritual and historical aspects of the upcoming holiday, sure to leave all attendees inspired and prepared for the holiday.

Sponsored by:

Steven and Sheila Fenyves

In honor

of the third Yartzeit of Steven's father,

Julius Fenyves - Zev ben Yitzchak 


Upcoming Torah Cafe Events

April 2, 2017 - Pre Pesach

Torah Cafe Schedule

9:00- 9:30 AM   Delicious Breakfast and Program Orientation
9:40 - 10:25AM   Small Group Learning Session
10:30 - 11:10 AM   Small Group Learning Session
11:15 - 12:00 PM   Main Session

*available topics for small group learning below

**Childcare will be available


Main Session


"Chanukah - Illuminating Your Darkness"

Mrs Rivkie Block - Chabad of Plano

An enlightening approach to life’s challenges. What do we do when the darkness is all-consuming and we don’t see a way out?  Let's take a message from Chanukah about finding our life’s purpose, improving our marriage, and observing the Torah in the best way. .


Small Group Learning Sessions
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"Rethinking Miracles"

Rabbi Dan Lewin - Maayan Chai Foundation.

The festival of Chanukah is all about light and darkness, but in this class we will explore 3 gray areas in the story--overlooked details--that will change the way we understand the famous miracle..


"A Taste of Talmud"

Rabbi Danny Ringelheim - Texas Torah Institiute

Join Rabbi Ringelheim for a behind the scenes look into a Rabbinic Holiday called Chanukah. Study the wisdom of the Talmud as Jew;s have been doing for hundreds of years.



"A Modern Day Macabbee"

Rabbi Asher Goldschmidt - Chabad Kesher Foundation

The Hebrew word Maccabbe comes from the Hebrew sentence Mi LaHashem Elay - "Whoever is with Hashem follow me".

What was the secret strength of the small army of Macabbees? and how can you be a modern day Macabbee? 

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