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Schedule

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Sunday 

10:00 AM - Judaism at Home with Rabbi Cheski Edelman

5:00 PM - Tanya Treasures (Hebrew) with Rabbi Michoel Feinstein

6:00 PM - Sicha for Beginners (Hebrew) with Rabbi Michoel Feinstein


Monday

8:00 AM - Daily 15 Min Inspiration with Rabbi Mendel

11:00 AM - Halacha for Women with Mrs. Dinie Rapoport

12:00 PM - Beyond Never Again with Rabbi Cheski Edelman

1:00 PM - Tanya for Women with Mrs. Faigy Matusof

5:00 PM - Weekly Prophecy - Haftorah Insights and Explanations with Rabbi Michoel Feinstein

7:00 PM - Text-Based Sicha for Women with Mrs. Dinie Rapoport

7:00 PM - Shaar Hayichud with Rabbi Mendel Matusof

7:30 PM - What the Rebbe Taught Me with Rabbi Yisroel Lein

7:45 PM - Torah Lessons in Depth with Rabbi Avremel Matusof

8:00 PM - Patterns in Time - Around the Jewish Year with Rabbi Michoel Feinstein

 

Tuesday

8:00 AM - Daily 15 Min Inspiration with Rabbi Mendel

12:00 PM - Torah and Tea for Women with Mrs. Hudi Rapoport

12:00 PM - Positivity Bias with Rabbi Mendel Shmotkin

7:00 PM - Weekly Parsha with Rabbi Yona Matusof

7:00 PM - A Tale of Two Souls with Mrs. Esty Feinstein

7:15 PM - Days to Celebrate with Rabbi Dov Lisker

7:30 PM - Onward & Upward: Personal Growth and Positive Leadership with Mrs. Mushka Lein

7:30 PM - Living with Integrity with Rabbi Cheski Edelman

7:30 PM - Parenting with Soul with Renee Mill

 

Wednesday

8:00 AM - Daily 15 Min Inspiration with Rabbi Mendel

8:15 AM - Tanya with Rabbi Mendel Shmotkin

10:00 PM - Tanya for Women with Rabbi Moshe Rapoport

12:30 PM - On the Essence of Chassidus with Tzali Wilschanski 

1:00 PM - Parsha for Women with Mrs. Faigy Matusof

5:00 PM - Pearls of the Parsha with Rabbi Michoel Feinstein

6:00 PM - Judaism at Home with Rabbi Tzali Wilschanski

6:30 PM - Pirkei Avot with Rabbi Yona Matusof

6:45 PM - Practical Lessons in Judaism with Rabbi Mendy Mann

7:00 PM - Cultivating Character JLI with Rabbi Levi Brook

7:00 PM - Parsha Insights with Rabbi Dovid Rapoport

7:15 PM - Tanya with Rabbi Cheski Edelman

7:30 PM - To Be a Jew in the Modern World with Rabbi Yisroel Lein


Thursday

8:00 AM - Daily 15 Min Inspiration with Rabbi Mendel

11:00 AM - Your COVID-19 Questions Answered - A Weekly Panel Discussion

7:00 PM - Pearls of the Parsha with Rabbi Michoel Feinstein

7:30 PM - The Jewish Law Lab with Rabbi Dov Lisker

7:30 PM - Practical Judaism with Rabbi Avremi Schapiro Register now, only 30 spots open!

7:30 PM - The Power of Words with Rabbi Chay Amar

8:15 PM - Text-Based Sicha with Rabbi Moshe Rapoport


Friday

8:00 AM - Daily 15 Min Inspiration with Rabbi Mendel

9:30 AM - The Secret Ingredient of Shabbos with Mrs. Chaya Teldon

11:00 AM - Pirkei Avot for Women with Mrs. Dinie Rapoport

4:00 PM - CLTC Pre-Shabbos Parsha Insights with Rabbi Mendel Shmotkin

Instructors

Chabad of Glendale & Lubavitch of Wisconsin

Mendel Shmotkin

Rabbi Mendel Shmotkin serves as the Executive Vice President for Lubavitch of Wisconsin. His passion lies in teaching. He teaches numerous one-on-one classes, Lunch-and-learns, couples classes and group classes. His college accredited classes "The Jewish Learning Institute" have attracted hundreds over the last ten years. Rabbi Mendel lives with his wife and ten children in Glendale.

Chabad of the East Side

Yisroel Lein

Rabbi Yisroel Lein was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and attended yehivas across the globe, including New York, Toronto, and Israel, learning his Talmudic and Rabbinic studies. Rabbi Lein has been working with Jews around the world, running Passover seders, holiday services, and Jewish summer camps in Ukraine, London, Denmark, and Oklahoma. Rabbi Lein and his wife, Mushka moved to Milwaukee from New York when they were given the opportunity follow their calling to be involved in Jewish outreach. They live on the East Side with their six beautiful children.

Chabad of the East Side

Mushka Lein

Mushka Lein was born and raised in West Hartford, CT, where her parents established and continue to run the Chabad center. She attended school in Brooklyn, NY, and then visited Israel for a year, before returning to NY to complete her education. She became involved in Jewish outreach work throughout the country – California, Alabama, Virginia, and Connecticut. Rabbi Lein and Mushka moved to Milwaukee from New York when they were given the opportunity follow their calling to be involved in Jewish outreach. They live on the East Side with their six beautiful children.

The Shul, Bayside

Cheski Edelman

The Shul, Bayside

Avremi Schapiro

Chabad of Mequon

Dov Lisker

Dov is a native of Los Angeles, California. Born and raised with a passion for Rabbinics, he received his Semicha in 2013 and has since undertaken kollel fellowships in Manhattan, NY and here in Melbourne. Doobie's studies and outreach has taken him to communities around the world experiencing and sharing Judaism in places such as Argentina, the Congo, Greece, Ukraine, the UK, and the Caribbean. He has been blessed to engage with people of all backgrounds and has continued to do so in the diverse, flourishing Melbourne landscape together with his wife Mushka, and daughter Sara. Currently serving as director of Mequon Torah Center.

Chabad of Mequon

Dovid Rapoport

Chabad of Mequon

Moshe Rapoport

Chabad of Mequon

Dinie Rapoport

Chabad of Mequon

Hudi Rapoport

Young Jewish Professionals - Madison

Avremel Matusof

Chabad of UW-Madison

Mendel Matusof

Chabad of Madison

Yona Matusof

Rabbi Yona Matusof was born in Casablanca, Morocco and studied in Paris, France. After completing his studies at Rabbinical College in New York where he was ordained, he moved with his wife, Faygie, to Madison in 1980 as Rabbi of Chabad (Lubavitch) of Madison, serving the Madison and Dane County Jewish Community. Under his leadership Chabad of Madison expanded to three centers including Chabad of UW and the Young Professionals program.

Chabad of Madison

Faigy Matusof

Chabad of Waukesha

Levi Brook

Rabbi Levi Brook, a native of Brooklyn New York, is one of fifteen children and always was noticed for his exuberant personality and sharp wit. Levi attended Ohalai Torah Religious Schools, and upon graduating studied two years abroad in Burnoy, France. Upon returning to the states he began his Rabbinical studies in Los Angeles, California, and he finished his final year of testing, becoming a Rabbi back in his hometown. Levi spent his summer breaks traveling the globe from Russia, to Israel, to Los Angeles, and Arizona, bringing Judaica and kosher food to the Jewish inhabitants, and infusing them with his energy and excitememnt for Judaism. Rabbi Levi and his wife, Fraidy, moved to Waukehsa from Walnut Creek, California.

Chabad of Kenosha

Tzali Wilschanski

Rabbi Tzali Wilschanski, was born and raised in Morristown, New Jersey. Rabbi Wilschanski received his Bachelor’s degree at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown and his rabbinical ordination from Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu, the Chief Rabbi of Israel. While completing his rabbinical and postgraduate studies he spent five years leading services and community outreach in locations in Russia, Australia and across the USA.

Chabad of the Bay Area

Michoel Feinstein

Rabbi Michoel Feinstein, co-director of Chabad of the Bay Area, grew up in Skokie, IL and was especially involved in the Jewish community of Wilmette. He has studied at the Rabbinical College of Canada Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch in Montreal, as well as at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, NJ, before receiving Rabbinic ordination from the Central Yeshivah Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch at Chabad-Lubavitch World Headquarters. Rabbi Feinstein and his wife Esty moved to Green Bay in 2010 to establish Chabad of the Bay Area and they have seven wonderful boys.

Chabad of the Bay Area

Esty Feinstein

Mrs. Esty Feinstein, co-director of Chabad of the Bay Area, is the daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Morrison, co-directors of the Troy Chabad Center. She grew up with her ten siblings in Troy, NY, attending high-school at Associated Beth Rivka School in Crown Heights and continuing her education in Montreal. Rabbi Feinstein and his wife Esty moved to Green Bay in 2010 to establish Chabad of the Bay Area and they have seven wonderful boys.

Judaism at Home

Mendy Mann

Rabbi Mendy Mann born and raised in Michigan, studied the Talmud, Chassidic and Jewish Philosophy, and The Code of Jewish Law at the Michigan Jewish Institute, and then proceeded to advance his studies at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, New Jersey. He received his Rabbinical ordination from the Central Chabad Rabbinical Court in Israel. The Mann's are joined by their seven adorable children. With their warm smiles and friendly approach, the Mann’s are establishing wonderful rapport and strong relationships in the Milwaukee area and are working together to bring the warmth of Judaism to the homes of this wonderful and diverse community.

Levi Emmer

Chaplain/Rabbi at Ovation