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Everyone can give a dvar torah!

Join a Virtual Training Workshop on Tuesday 25 January 2022, 11:00-12:30 CET with David Levin-Kruss

Have you always wanted to give a dvar Torah, a short message based on Jewish text, but weren’t sure where to start? 

Do you feel that you are not capable or qualified to do this? 

Or do you sometimes share Torah ideas in a team or board meeting, and want to improve your skills? 

Then this interactive workshop is for you!

 We will: 

  • Understand what a dvar Torah is, and what it is not 
  • Learn a simple formula to give a clear,  concise, and compelling short talk 
  • Present and receive feedback using a methodology to do this effectively

To help you get as much from this interactive workshop as possible, participants are requested to join from a computer rather than a mobile device and to turn on camera mode. We also advise you to update to the latest version of Zoom available.

Spaces are limited and priority will be given to Jewish community professionals living and working in Europe/UK.

The workshop will take place at 11:00-12:30 CET (10:00-11:30 UK, 12:00-13:30 Baltics and Bulgaria).

Click here to register for free.

We will aim to confirm your registration within 3 working days. Once allocated a place you will be sent a Zoom link for the session. We encourage you to add this to your calendar. If the session is full, we will add you to a waiting list.

Please be in touch with us at with any questions.

David Levin-Kruss

David is Yesod Europe’s Jewish Learning Director, guiding professionals as they find or enhance their Jewish voice using rich and innovative Jewish content. In addition to working for Yesod Europe, David is also Director of Jewish Education for JDC-Europe.

David previously taught at and directed special programs at Jerusalem’s Pardes Institute, served as the Overseas Director at the Melitz Centers for Jewish Zionist Education, and was the Community Director and Family Educator at Stanmore Synagogue in London.

David holds a B.A. and Teachers’ Certification in English Literature and Jewish Thought from Hebrew University. He served in the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit and received rabbinic ordination from the Strauss Rabbinical Seminary.