Beit Midrash

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Beit Midrash (House of Study)
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Beit Midrash (Hebrew: בית מדרש‎; also Beis Medrash, Beth Midrash, pl. batei midrash or botei medrash, lit. “House [of] Interpretation” or “House [of] Learning”) refers to a study hall, whether in a synagogue, yeshiva, kollel, or other building. It is distinct from a synagogue, although many synagogues are also used as batei midrash and vice versa. A Beit Midrash is a House of Study.

Our Beit Midrash includes the topics of study listed in the left column of this page.

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