“Talmud Torah kenegegued Koulam” (M. Peah 1:1): The study of Torah is the greatest mitzvah.
The transmission is a central concern of Judaism. With its rites, practices and symbols, Judaism has educational tools on a daily basis. The first transmission is home and even if the parents have not received a Jewish education, their incentive and their involvement is essential to the growth of the child. The texts of Judaism talk about all matters of life. More than a religion, Judaism is a lifestyle and a philosophy that informs all areas of life. Our tradition contains treasures of wisdom and a lifetime is not enough to study them all. The study is considered an essential commandment of Judaism. Alongside parents, the Talmud Torah is a place of learning must.
And this study continues throughout the life delo mossif Yassif Hillel said: “He who does not increase his knowledge decreases it” (M.Avoth I, 13)
An awakening to the wisdom of Judaism
Three good reasons to join us
1. A Talmud Torah who prepares an egalitarian girl and boy at the bar mitzvah and bat
2. A Talmud Torah which combines the study of texts, tradition and innovation
3. A Talmud Torah consists of a teaching team around the world, linking learning to reflect and encourage diverse artistic expressions of Judaism
3 to 17 years, we welcome all children whose parents wish to give a Jewish education, in accordance with the practice and beliefs. Traditional texts, the Torah and the Talmud are studied in a respectful and critical and are a source of inspiration for everyday life. Students are encouraged to have original ideas on tradition and thus continue a comment millennium.
Who are we?
Careful dynamic and passionate team to route each child consisted of 10 professors and students from around the world (France, Israel, Algeria, Argentina, Italy, Morocco, Poland, Russia, Switzerland, U.S. A). Registration is open throughout the year.
Born 17 years ago the Talmud Torah Nitsa has already trained over 600 students.
What is our content?
Three fundamental points:
Hebrew: learning the language of our ancestors is essential for access to Jewish thought, ritual and prayer.
Knowledge of texts and ethics education: character study of the Torah and the Prophets, the discovery of rabbinic stories, discussions of the Talmud and Midrashim inspire and renew an essential ethical teaching everyday.
The study of the practices of parties, their ritual and Jewish philosophy: children learn through the history, practice and philosophy Jewish Jewish cycle time renewed for millennia.