Matan’s academic year will begin on Sunday October 10th. Please see the complete syllabus which lists courses in all Matan branches on a wide range of subjects.
For the first two weeks you’re invited to attend classes for free. Just click on the name, day and time of the class and you’ll be able to join. Want to study at a different time? With pleasure! Click on the link to see the times that suit you best. At the end of the two-week trial period, everyone who has registered will receive an email from the office with permanent links for the entire year.
Classes will take place at Matan branches and via Zoom. If you plan to attend in person, please check in which branch the class takes place.
The classes are dedicated in memory of Moshe Ben Rabbanit Malke & HaRav Aharon Bina, they should be
blessed with long and healthy life, who passed away on Hoshana Rabba 5782
This week’s classes are dedicated in memory of Fanya Heller z”l, beloved friend and guiding light of Matan
Fanya Gottesfeld Heller was a guiding light at Matan who inspired us to strive for and achieve excellence in women’s Torah studies and to grow women’s voice in Torah. Fanya had degrees in psychology and she also studied art history, philosophy and literature. She was a Holocaust survivor who became a noted author, lecturer and community leader. Her autobiography, a Holocaust memoir, is suggested reading for courses at a number of prominent universities. Fanya served on the boards of numerous educational institutions and charitable organizations. She lived in New York City and had three children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.