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We’ll be hosting a Six-Year-Anniversary Shabbatone this Weekend in Honor of the Occasion We have wonderful memories of our Kick-off event with Rav Dovid Weinberg (see features picture with the group). Below you can read the first ever email Dvar Torah that we sent out before the
After spending five months learning at Oro Shel Adam, the Portland native enters Tzaha”l After his first two weeks in basic training, last Shabbot we welcomed Atniel Katan back to Adam. We celebrated his birthday which fell out last week, but most of all we toasted his initiation
Olim Network Expanding Recently, Rav Shalom and family traveled to Tzfat to spend the Day of Rest with Oro Shel Adam Alumni and friends. A year ago, Ari Serap (to the left of Rav Shalom) was in our yeshiva, learning Torah in the morning and working in the afternoon.
This is a special shiur for Parshah Lech Lecha as preparation for our upcoming Shabbaton in honor of Reb Shlomo Carlebach’s yarzheit. We ask the question why isn’t the land of Canaan mentioned by name when Hashem tells Abraham to go and why is Abraham selected to
We look forward to kicking off our winter session in Oro Shel Adam, which starts in one week! In addition to other areas of study, our main focus will be to continue our study of Talmud Kiddushin – the Laws of Jewish Marriage. We enjoyed an action
It’s that time of year! Rebbetzin Batya Miller is busy baking baked goods for the Chayalim (soldiers). This coming Friday I will be joined by a couple of our students to pass out care-packages to IDF Lone Soldiers. Every year at Oro Shel Adam we look forward
Return to the Beit Midrash after Summer Fun Oro Shel Adam Olim returned to the Beit Midrash two weeks ago on Rosh Chodesh Elul after a short summer break. We are continuing to study Talmud Kiddushin. Our learning this zman is focusing on parents’ obligations to children
After the terror attack in our community, Adam’s own Miriam Leichman, decided that the community was in need of words of strength and chizuk, specifically in the area of Bein Adam L’chavero commandments between Jew and their fellow. She initiated a project in which every day for
We sit on the floor while listening to Megillat Eichah. The shul’s light are dimmed. The prayers are mournful. The Parochet on the Aron Kodesh is missing. Friends do not greet one another. It is the darkest and saddest night of the Jewish year. In the middle