The Shivti Mission
The Shivti Sugyos
Shivti learning may take place on a weekend in a Shul, led by the local Rav, in an intensive “Seder”, similar to that which takes place in Yeshiva. Or, it might consist of daily learning in a local Bais Medrash in a pre or post work day Seder.
A typical Chabura might learn the Sugya, for some 2 to 3 hours, followed by a Shiur given by the Rosh Chaburah at the end of the learning. Or, it may be broken up into daily Sedorim, followed by a shiur at the end of the week. Other Shivti learnings take place on special Shabbos and Yom Tov events, or at a Simcha, where the Baal H’Simcha wishes to ensure that his “weekend away” is not bereft of Torah.
How do I start a Chabura
Talk to your friends in shul or at work about the benefits of joining a national network of similarly minded individuals who want to dedicate time to learning Torah B’iyun.
What does Shivti provide to Chaburos?
Chaburos that participate in our flagship weekly program are entitled to many benefits and services:
- Printed kuntresim are shipped weekly to chaburos
- Each Chabura is listed on the back of the kuntres
- The Rosh Chabura receives the sugya in advance
- The Rosh Chabura can connect with the Shivti Chevrei Ma’areches via phone or email
- Regular marketing and advertising materials to promote your chabura
- Audio of shiur is uploaded to website and hotline
How much does it cost?
Chabura membership is $150.00 monthly. This entitles the chabura to the full benefits and up to 30 kuntresim weekly.
Are there other ways to join?
Individuals can purchase the weekly kuntresim here in both printed or downloadable* formats.
*Downloads are for personal use only and may not be reprinted for others.
Each week’s kuntres* will be shipped to you for an annual fee of $300.00 via USPS.
*The Yarchei Kallah and Yom Tov Editions are not included in the annual subscription.
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