Thursday 21st August 2014,
Sandton Shul
Announcements
  • Mazeltov to Jeff and Sharon Blend on the birth of a granddaughter and mazeltov to parents Sean and Sue Blend.
  • Condolences to Lynda Romain on the loss of her mother – Prayers Monday and Tuesday at 5.30pm at Unit 26 The Guild, 213 Rivonia Road, Morningside, Call Norman – 0745880227
  • Mazeltov to Chazan Avron and Judy Alter on the birth of a granddaughter and mazeltov to parents Daniel and Tina and great grandmother Babsie Ehrlich.
  • Mazeltov to Jeff Burland and Pam Burland on the birth of a grandson in Australia.

Rabbi Treger’s Shiurim

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Rabbi Treger’s Shiurim

SHIURIM BY RABBI JUSTIN TREGER

SUNDAY
Topic: Advanced Gemorah, 2nd Chapter in Brachot
09:00–10:00: Men who have at least 1 year Yeshiva experience
Venue: Sandton Shul

MONDAY
Topic: Take Aways Various Topics
20:00–21:00: Shiur at private homes for groups of friends

TUESDAY
Topic: “Money matters – exploring the work-life balance”
18:00–18:45: Learnt from sources Young business minds

WEDNESDAY
Topic: “Path of the Just” – the Jewish guide to greatness
7:30–8:15: Fruit salad & muesli breakfast for up and coming businessmen
18:00-19:00: Advanced Gemorah, Part 2

THURSDAY
Topic: The Jewish Guide to greatness for beginners
6:00–6:45: Textual Shiur using the “Path of the Just”
Shabbas day: Pirkei Avot with Rabbeinu Yonah’s explanation after brocha Text based shiur for the growing soul

SHIUR PACKAGE
Series 1: Business Fundamentals – 4 topics
JSE (Jewish School of Economics) 4 part series, with breakfast held at corporate offices in Sandton, please call to book a session of 10 – 20 individuals.

  1. KPI’s of life – defining success
  2. Too busy to live – creating time for valuable non-commercial endeavours without impacting ones income
  3. Rich paupers & poor millionaires – defining wealth and assessing its benefits
  4. Spiritual reward for a hard days work – does work hold its weight in gold, on the spiritual scale.

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