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Daf Yomi

Daf yomi or "daily page" refers to the regimen of studying one double sided page of talmud every day so as to complete the entire 2,711 pages of gemara over a 7.5 year period. The program was started on Rosh Hashana 5684 (1923), meaning that Jews around the world are now in the midst of the 14th cycle, with many tens of thousands of people learning the same page (daf) each day of the year. Though the study of daf yomi only scratches the surface of the talmud, it offers the participant an enormous breadth of material and an opportunity to apply that material to more in-depth learning at other times.

Several members of Shaarei Tefillah study daf yomi, with some learning together daily on Zoom and others going solo or listening to podcasts. To find out more about learning with the daf yomi group at shaarei, email dafyomi@shaarei.org.

Sat, November 27 2021 23 Kislev 5782