For Those Already Married, and Singles Looking to Get Married
The sacred institution of marriage is seriously threatened in our times. Shocking statistics about divorce rates combine with countless reports about unhappy marriages and unstable families to paint a sad picture of what happens after the mazel tovs are said.
A major source of their problem is the lack of proper guidance which bride and groom receive in preparing themselves for a life together based on the foundaton of halacha and Torah outlook and ethics.
As a remedy to the challenges we face two new classes on Jewish Marriage are now forming. Rabbi Yaakov Rich will lead aÂ group for the menÂ and Rebbetzin Susan Rich will lead a group for the women. There is a desperate need for education in this all-important area of Jewish life and living. Discuss issues involving, but not limited to: Anger -Â Its Causes and Management, Intimacy, True Meaning of Love, Commitment,Â RolesÂ & Responsibility, Differences & Similarities, Raising Children, Earning a Living, Trust in Hashem, Achieving Holiness, and much, much more.
- The men will meet Wednesdays, 8:30-9:30 PM at Congregation Toras Chaim, 17912 Hillcrest Rd. (Begins Wednesday, January 13, 2010)
- The women will meet Tuesdays atÂ 8:45 PM,Â right after Power Potential, which begins 8 PM, at Congregation Toras Chaim, 17912 Hillcrest Rd. (Power Potential: 8-8:45 PM. Jewish Marriage: 8:45-9:30 PM. You are encouraged to come for both sessions as they compliment each other, but may come to only the first or second, if that suits your needs best. Begins Tuesday, January 12, 2010)
Members and Non-Members invited. There is no cost for this class.