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A Bet Midrash is a house of Torah study where individuals can deepen their exposure and understanding of the Jewish tradition. There is now one in North Boulder.

Boulder Bet Midrash Opens in North Boulder

Rabbi Zecharyah Goldman

Boulder has a new Bet Midrash. A Bet Midrash is a house of Torah study where individuals can deepen their exposure and understanding of the Jewish tradition. The Boulder Bet Midrash founded and led by Rabbi Zecharyah Goldman (A Contributor to the Boulder Jewish News)offers free private study with individuals who are ready for a regular commitment to expanding their knowledge of Judaism.

One can choose the topic one is interested in ranging from Halakha to Kabbalah, Talmud to Bible, Philosophy to Ethics and Hassidut to Midrash. The Bet Midrash also offer free pastoral counseling for individuals who need to speak with an experienced, insightful and understanding rabbi as well as Shabbat retreats and of course hospitality for individuals or families visiting Boulder. If you would like more information you can visit www.boulderbetmidrash.org

About Rabbi Zecharyah Goldman

Rabbi Zecharyah Goldman
Rabbi Zecharyah Tzvi Goldman is the founder and rabbinic administrator of the EarthKosher Kosher Certification Agency. He is also the founder and director of the Institute for Halakhic Conversion. He is the author of a broad range of books, essays and articles covering a diverse arena of Torah including: Halakha, Kabbalah, Chassidut and Aggada. A Lifelong student of Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology he currently studies Torah and Chinese Internal Martial Arts and lives with his wife Ora and 3 children in Boulder, Colorado.

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