Beit Avi Chai invites you to open the gate to a unique world that celebrates the Jewish holidays directly from the comfort of your home.

No matter where you may be this holiday season, join us on a fascinating online journey of Jewish culture and ideas with lectures, presentations, podcasts, essays, food presentations, museum visits and much more!

Simchat Torah > Food & Music

Hedai Offaim hosts Alon Eder

Song for the holiday eve # 4

Ve’yesh tsippor bashamayim (And there’s a bird in the sky): On spiritual work here and now

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Sukkot > Podcasts

Rabbi Mishael Zion and Architect Esther Sperber

HINENI #4: Sukkot – Shelter in Place

Rabbi Mishael Zion and Architect Esther Sperber about what makes a home

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Simchat Torah > Lectures

Meir Shalev and Bilha Ben Eliyahu

Bible now

Bilha Ben Eliyahu talks with the writer Meir Shalev

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Simchat Torah > Lectures

Rabbi Dr. David Ebner

The Joy of Torah

Poems of Penitence and Peace; A Quartet of Classic English Poems to celebrate Holidays in a Time of Pandemic

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Hedai Offaim hosts Alon Eder

Song for the holiday eve # 4

Rabbi Mishael Zion and Architect Esther Sperber

HINENI #4: Sukkot – Shelter in Place

Meir Shalev and Bilha Ben Eliyahu

Bible now

Rabbi Dr. David Ebner

The Joy of Torah

Simchat Torah > Lectures

Dr. Ido Hevroni

The Rabbi, the Son, and the Cave

The education of Rabbi Elazar

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Sukkot > Hebrew Poetry

Bacol Serlui writes about Tirza Atar

The terrible thirst for grace

The poet Bacol Serlui writes about the song “Rain, Listen to Women” by Tirza Atar

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Simchat Torah > Piyyutim

Akiva Sygal

Victoria Hanna – Orayta

About the girl that dancing her strange dance in front of everyone

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Simchat Torah > Objet d’art

Ruti Direktor

William Kentridge’s “More Sweetly Play the Dance”

Between Paul Celan and Simchat Torah

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Dr. Ido Hevroni

The Rabbi, the Son, and the Cave

Bacol Serlui writes about Tirza Atar

The terrible thirst for grace

צילום מסך מתוך יוטיוב בית אבי חי

Akiva Sygal

Victoria Hanna – Orayta

Ruti Direktor

William Kentridge’s “More Sweetly Play the Dance”

Simchat Torah > Lectures

Eviatar Banai

Between forgiveness and joy

On dancing, inner well-being, and joy that does not need words

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Simchat Torah > Lectures

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Simchat Torah > Lectures

Prof. Yair Zakovitch

What is the Sefer Torah?

On the unique nature of the Torah scroll

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Yom Kippur > Objet d’art

Noa Rosenberg

Jonah the Prophet as a modern artist

On “The Shepherdess (after Millet)” by Vincent van Gogh

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Eviatar Banai

Between forgiveness and joy

Prof. Yair Zakovitch

What is the Sefer Torah?

Noa Rosenberg

Jonah the Prophet as a modern artist

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