Rabbanit Shani Taragin
Paricipate in a cooking class by Chef
Blu and Rav Yitz Greenberg
Dr. Shana Shick
Rabbi Jonathan Duker
Our Land ∙ Our Roots ∙ Our Future
The Matan Bat Mitzvah program includes experiential learning sessions for mothers and daughters that focus on the image and actions of Jewish women throughout the generations.
The Beit Midrash programs are designed for women who want to study Torah thoroughly and in-depth. At Matan women study Bible, Talmud, Halakha and Philosophy.
Gavna, the Beit Midrash for the Creative Arts was established in the belief that there are many different ways to serve God and that the creative arts can be a precious tool that benefit both body and soul.
Matan: the Sadie Rennert Women’s Institute for Torah Studies welcomes all women who seek to expand their knowledge and understanding of Torah to enroll in our broad and varied programs of study. Students can choose classes according to their personal tastes and particular interests.
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30Years of Matan
10Branches in Israel
Isha el Achota
Face to Face with a Morah L'Halakha
Matan HaSharon is launching a new initiative, making the world of Halakha accessible through phone conversations, email or private meetings with the graduates of the Morot L’Halakha Program for Spiritual and Halakhic Leadership.