In this Torah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller – Gottlieb Discusses how we can aspire and become our best selves
How can we have any hope
How can we have any hope standing in front of Hashem in judgment on Yom Kippur?
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Heller- Gottlieb discusses the Holiday of Rosh Hashana
Al Het for the sin of us not being honest and not keeping one’ word. Mrs. Smiles expains this.
An overview of the month of Elul and its relationship to the Yamim Noraim.
Rosh Hashana – why is called a remembrance of going out of Eygpt?
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller-Gotleib discusses the holiest day of the year
Mizmor Ladavid Ori
For the new year, when I can’t change the consequences of my mistakes.
Bringing the enthusiasm we experience during the High Holidays to every day – Part 2
Bringing the enthusiasm we experience during the High Holidays to every day – Part1
Haftarot of Repentance IV – The Book of Yonah
Haftarot of Repentance III – Shacharit of Yom Kippur
Haftarot of Repentance II – Shabbat Shuva
Haftarot of Repentance I – The Conundrum of Teshuva – Taanit Tzibur and Tzom Gedalyah (Yeshayahu 55 – 56)
Al Het of Confusion of Heart, what does it mean to us
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller-Gotleib discusses the month of Elul
Elul time to rebuild your heart and relationship to Hashem. Create the luchos ( tablets ) of your heart. This class will change your life FOREVER!
After the Month of Elul and Rosh Hashanah, why do we still need the 10 days of Repentance and Yom Kippur?
Continues Al Cheit Series of previous years .
Rosh Hashana without the Shofar . How does it work?
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller discusses Covid and Rosh Rosh Hashana
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller discusses the month of Elul
Forgiveness and Atonement – Which Is Divine? Variations of Repentance in Light of Psalm 130
13 Attributes of Mercy – The Bonds of Love Between G-d and Israel
Symbolism in Yonah
An in-depth exploration of the ‘al chet’ recited during Yom Kippur, ‘b’siach siftotenu’, ‘with our endless prattling’.