Parshat Hashavua for Parshat Vayera 5781

Kitah’s Parshah Lesson for Vayera 5781 – with Rabbi Reuven Spolter

Benjamin Franklin wrote in his “Poor Richard’s Almanac” that one should “Speak little, do much.” Who did he learn this lesson from in our Parshah?

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Parshat Hashavua for Parshat Lech Lecha 5781

Kitah’s Parshah Lesson for Lech Lecha 5781 – with Rabbi Reuven Spolter

This week we read about Avram’s different adventures and trials. We also meet a person who we learn has incredible strenght and power – an ancient Iron Man. Do you know who he is?

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Parshat Hashavua for Parshat Noach 5781

Kitah’s Parshah Lesson for Noach 5781 – with Rabbi Johnny Solomon

After the flood, Noach sends out a raven and a dove. But why does he use these two birds for this purpose? Who gave him permission to do so? And what can we learn from here about the connection between Noach and Moshe?

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Parshat Hashavua for Parshat Bereishit 5781

Kitah’s Parshah Lesson for Bereishit 5781

What was Noach’s original job, before he became an “ark builder”? By studying a Rashi near the end of the Parshah, we can learn about Noach, what his name means, and how Rashi uses Midrash to explain the pesukim.

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