Taharas Hamishpacha Review Series For Women – In Person
Mikvah.org and Mothers of Crown Heights will present an in-person Taharas Hamishpacha review series beginning next week Wednesday, taught by qualified experts. Full Story
Mikvah.org and Mothers of Crown Heights are proud to present an in-person Taharas Hamishpacha review series beginning next week, Wednesday.
The six part series will be held Wednesday evenings at Miriam’s Motherhood Center. Classes will be taught by qualified experts and each week will cover a different topic. The lecturers include Mrs. Rivky Boyarsky, Mrs. Maryasha Djian, Mrs. Chanie Kalmenson, Mrs. Chaya Klein, Mrs. Mushky Kotlarsky and Mrs. Ruthie Sperlin.
The Rebbe suggested that women review the laws of Taharas Hamishpacha annually – since people naturally forget. Additionally, we are assured that reviewing these laws brings blessings into the home, specifically the blessing of healthy children.
These classes are well worth the investment!
There is a nominal fee that is discounted for members of Miriam’s Motherhood Center. Additionally there is a scholarship fund available so that this review series is an option for everyone! Reserve your spot today!
This review series is part of the many classes and programs offered at Miriam’s Motherhood Center. For a full list of classes and programs, visit MiriamsCenter.org/Calendar.
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