Dedicate Torah Study

We are delighted to offer the opportunity to dedicate a class, whether in honor of a happy occasion such as a Bar Mitzvah or wedding, for a more somber reason such as a refuah (healing) or a yahrtzeit, or for any reason you find appropriate. Your dedication will appear at the top of the class as emailed to subscribers, and will remain on our website.

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Phone: 888-WWW-TORA(H) or +1-410-602-1350
Fax: (410) 510-1053

We look forward to hearing from you!

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