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Taanit Bechorot Siyyum with Rabbanit Leah Sarna

Hosted By: Drisha

Join Rabbanit Leah Sarna’s celebration as she concludes her study of Tractate Pesachim and exempts herself (and those who join her!) from fasting for Taanit Bechorot. Rabbanit Sarna’s husband and infant son are both bechorot and in that rare situation the mother assumes responsibility for her son’s fast (Rema OC 470:2)

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Rabbanit Leah Sarna

Rabbanit Leah Sarna is the Associate Director of Education and Director of High School Programs at Drisha. She previously served as Director of Religious Engagement at Anshe Sholom B’nai Israel Congregation in Chicago, a leading urban Orthodox congregation. She was ordained at Yeshivat Maharat in 2018, holds a BA from Yale University in Philosophy & Psychology, and also trained at the SKA Beit Midrash for Women at Migdal Oz, Drisha and the Center for Modern Torah Leadership. Rabbanit Sarna's published works have appeared in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, Lehrhaus and MyJewishLearning. She has lectured in Orthodox synagogues and Jewish communal settings around the world and loves spreading her warm, energetic love for Torah and Mitzvot with Jews in all stages of life.
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Drisha offers a wide range of learning programs steeped in Jewish text and advances a model of learning that is engaged, committed, and open.
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