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Ongoing Shiurim (as of October 2018)


Daf HaShavua (Masechta Megila) – 9:05 AM 


Halachik Insights into the Daf – Podcast


Parshas HaShavua – 8:40 AM 

*Recordings of weekday Shiurim are available here.

For more information about Shiurim, please email

Shiurim Updates

March 9, 2017

Mazal Tov to the Daf HaShavua Chaburah which will be completing the second perek of Maseches Beitza this coming week. Please note that the Daf HaShavua shiur will NOT take place on Sunday morning (Purim), March 12th. Instead, it will be given on Monday evening, March 13th at 8:45 PM (followed by Maariv at 9:30PM).

If you have been thinking about learning Gemara and participating
in our great Chaburah (which is led by Rabbi Glasser, Rabbi Pahmer and Rabbi Weissmann), now is a great time to join us! Our shiur runs approximately 45 minutes, and is preceded by a light breakfast. The topics are fascinating. In recent weeks, we have discussed showering on Yom Tov, what medical procedures can be performed on Shabbos, and many other interesting topics.

We hope to see you!

January 13, 2017

Mazal Tov to the Daf HaShavua Chaburah which will be completing the first perek of Masechta Beitza this Sunday. Thank you to David and Paula Baumser for sponsoring the Sunday morning Daf HaShavua Shiur and breakfast during the month of January.

January 4, 2017

The Daf HaShavua Chaburah will be completing the first Perek of Maseches Beitza, and is on pace to complete the entire Masechta this summer. If anyone has been thinking of joining this Shiur, which is led by Rabbi Glasser, Rabbi Pahmer and Rabbi Weissmann (in rotation) - now is an ideal time. The Shiur takes place each Sunday morning at 9:05 AM, and is preceded by Shacharis at 8:15 AM and a light breakfast at 8:50 AM.

Please feel free to contact me, or Avrami Groll (, with any questions.

Ammiel Bachrach

Monday, October 10, 2016

Dear Friends,

The YIPC is proud to announce an incredible new Gemara learning opportunity beginning this Sunday, October 16th.

A number of people in the Shul have expressed interest in joining the international “Daf HaShavua” learning program, which encourages participants to learn one daf of gemara per week. The program will be starting Masechta Beitzah this coming Sunday, October 16th, and will aim to finish this summer, on July 15th, 2017.

This is a great opportunity to learn Gemara, and it affords participants the option of learning at a variety of different levels, and at their own schedule. To encourage participation, we are offering the following opportunities to learn as a group in the Shul:

  1. STARTING THIS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16th - Sunday Morning Shiur for 45 Minutes, preceded by light breakfast:
    • On Sunday mornings, from 9:05 AM - 9:50 AM, there will be a 45 minute shiur led by a rotation of Rabbi Glasser, Rabbi David Pahmer and Rabbi Shlomo Weissmann.
    • This shiur will be in the structure of a traditional “blatt” shiur and focus on the Gemara, with Rashi and Tosafos. It will be appropriate both for those who are just beginning learning Gemera, as well as those who are more proficient.
    • For those who are unable to attend, a recording of the shiur will be available on our website.
    • Shacharis on Sunday mornings takes place at 8:15 AM and concludes around 8:50 AM. There will be a light breakfast offered each week between 8:50 AM and the beginning of the shiur at 9:05 AM.
  2. Thursday Night Shiur for 15 Minutes:
  • On Thursday nights, there will be a 15 minute shiur after Maariv, led by Rabbi Elie Rothberger.
  • This shiur will focus on one or two key points from the week’s daf, and examine them in more detail.
  • For those who are unable to attend, a recording of the shiur will be available on our website.

3. Chavrusa Matching:

  • For anyone who would like a Chavrusa, Ron Tovbin will be helping to pair people so that they can learn during the week based upon their own schedules.

As we continue to focus on increasing our learning in the Shul (more opportunities will be announced after the Yomim Tovim), we hope this opportunity will be something of interest. With a goal of making a Siyum by July, it would incredible if the YIPC had a strong contingent of people taking part in that Siyum.

If you would like to participate and/or receive more information, please email

Gmar Chasima Tova!
The YIPC Shiurim Committee

Fri, May 24 2019 19 Iyyar 5779