Featuring leading rabbinic scholars, educators and Jewish communal leaders, the Orthodox Union’s (OU) Second Annual “Torah New York” held in April drew over 2,000 men and women to Citi Field in Queens, New York for a day of Torah study. The event featured twenty-five shiurim covering topics in Jewish thought, halachah, Tanach, and Jewish history, delivered by speakers from across the globe.
“What better way to shine a beacon on the importance of Torah study than by coming together as a community to hear from some of the world’s leading Jewish teachers, all in one place,” says OU President Moishe (Mark) Bane.
“This event highlights the rich diversity of the Orthodox community,” says OU Executive Vice President Allen Fagin. “We are thrilled to welcome speakers and guests from near and far, bringing different points of view and new perspectives on the most pressing issues of our time.”
Lectures are available on the OU web site.
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