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Women get together to study the ancient practice of "mussar" - ethical character development and spiritual self-improvement. Each class provides practical takeaways and tools for improved relationships and calmer,
more peaceful lives.

Shabbat mornings at 10:45 am | Parsha class (Live at JFX)

Most Mondays at 10:00 am | "The Book of Proverbs" (Live in Beachwood)

Most Tuesdays at 9:00 am | "Soul Construction" (Zoom)

Every other Monday at 7:30 pm | "Living Each Day" (Live at JFX)

Most Thursdays at 12:00 pm | 
"The Book of Proverbs" (Zoom)

*Confirm class on Calendar*


"Studying mussar (character development) with Ruchi every week is such a gift! The wisdom she shares and articulates enhances the way I live my life on a daily basis. To have the opportunity each week to work on improving myself through Torah and Jewish values and ideals has added tremendous depth and meaning to my life and to my relationships. Thank you Ruchi Koval and JFX!"

Lauren Sonkin, Orange

Men get together with Rabbi Koval or Rabbi Helman for either an early morning minyan class every Tuesday, or an evening Cholent 'n parsha every other Wednesday evening.  Each session will give you insight into a Torah concept that you can use to improve your life and inspire you to become the best version of yourself.  Drop in and try one! 

Email Rabbi Koval or Rabbi Helman for details on current groups.


"Torah, Cholent and Scotch with Rabbi Helman and the gang makes for a perfect Wednesday evening. The Rabbi gives us a segment of the Parsha (Torah portion of the week) to study in advance of the class. The class begins, the topic gets debated, the discussion gets heated, the differences of opinions are bantered back and forth and in the end, with the Rabbi’s guidance and direction, we arrive at the conclusion. A wow moment that keeps you coming back for more!"

Michael Greff, Shaker Heights

Lunch 'n Learn with Rabbi Yosef Koval

Friday afternoons at noon, join Rabbi Yosef Koval during your lunch break on Zoom for tasty tidbits in business ethics.

Email Rabbi Yosef for additional information.

Tue, February 27 2024 18 Adar I 5784