Shaarei Orah, The Sephardic Congregation of Teaneck, is pleased to host Rabbi Hanoch Teller as the scholar-in-residence for Shabbat Teruma February 16 and 17. All are invited. Rabbi Teller will speak at the following times:
Erev Shabbat, during Kabbalat Shabbat, approx. 5:35 p.m., Topic: Appease Plan—How to Avoid Argumentation and Strive
Shabbat Morning Derasha (before Musaf), approx. 10:30 a.m., Topic: Character 101
Pre-Minha, 4:15 p.m., Topic: Adversity Buster—Rav Nosson Zvi Finkel, zt”l of Mir
Seuda Shelisheet, approx. 5:30 p.m., Topic: The Only Obstacle to Happiness—A Perspective on Mish’nichnas Adar marbim b’simha
Rabbi Hanoch Teller is a modern-day maggid (storyteller of yore) renowned as the “king of the storytellers” and the “Shakespeare of the yeshiva world.” He has lectured before audiences on five continents delivering inspiring messages. His presentations—imbued with joy and drama, laughter and pathos—provide a one-of-a-kind experience for all listeners. Rabbi Teller, author of 28 books, has sold over a quarter of a million copies world-wide and has been translated into five languages. For decades, Hanoch Teller has been a senior docent at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem. Born in Vienna and raised and educated in America, Hanoch Teller continues to study in the Mirrer Yeshiva in Jerusalem, where he lives with his wife, Aidel, and their children and grandchildren.
Shaarei Orah is located at 1425 Essex Street, corner of Ogden, in Teaneck.