The David and Gertrude Silver
Atlanta Dayanut Institute
The Atlanta Dayanut Institute was founded by Chabad of Georgia in partnership with Rabbi Michael Broyde — senior member of the Beth Din of America, and Professor of Law at Emory University—for two intertwined objectives: to train a select group of rabbis to become qualified Halachik experts and community adjudicators of Torah Law, and for those rabbis, in turn, to offer the Atlanta Jewish community quality and high-level educational opportunities.
Please take a moment to browse through the many options of classes being offered this winter, and find one that suits your educational, social and spiritual needs.
Can't find what you're looking for? Let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you.
No membership at any synagogue or organization is required for any courses, and all are welcome.
There are a few different styles of classes to choose from:
“Courses” are focused on a specific topic or theme, and have a limited run of between two to six weeks.
“Study Groups” are ongoing weekly classes dedicated to studying a text or book in a deeper manner.
“Lectures” are talks from a guest scholar or expert.
Unless otherwise noted, all classes are hosted at:
Chabad/Congregation Beth Tefillah
5065 Highpoint Road
Sandy Springs, GA 30342
Photo below: Suzanne Katz hosts a Lunch & Learn for her birthday 8/26/2010.
Ask how you can too!
Registration for classes is strongly encouraged, and certain classes require a minimum amount of participants to
continue. There is no charge for classes unless otherwise noted. You can register online at ChabadGA.com, or by calling 404.843.2464, ext. 104.