Engaging and uplifting segments from the Rebbe's Farbrengens, presented in a relevant and interesting fashion for study with Mekuravim
I have recently started using the Taamu Ureu Parsha classes for my community and they are the best classes I have ever given. My community loves them, (zoom) attendance is going up, and they are extremely easy to use.
Over the years I have tried various weekly classes and nothing has come close to this.
Tzvi AlteinBroomall, Pennsylvania
I've been using the Taamu Ureu classes and they are great. It takes approximately 45 minutes to prepare and you have a good, comprehensive, and interesting shiur.
Levi RaichikOhio University
Thank you so much for arranging this. It’s been a big hit and very geshmak to have this prepared so beautifully so we learn the Rebbes Torah with so many.
Shmulik MoscowitzFlagstaff, Arizona
Hey, please can you pass on my thanks to whoever set up Taamuureu.org It's the perfect resource for me!
Roizy ItzingerLondon, England
I began to present the lessons of Taamu Ur’u at my regular Tuesday night class, and it was a huge success. The advertisements drew in new participants -- Jews who are not very traditional -- and they very much enjoyed the discussions. I highly recommend these classes. Very refreshing!
Levi GreenbergEl Paso, Texas
I must compliment this new initiative of Taamu Ur’u. It was a sheer pleasure to sit with friends and study the Sicha regarding 7 Cheshvan. Everything is arranged and presented in an extraordinary way. Thank you to all those involved.
Elad CohenKfar Saba, Israel
I presented a lesson from this material on zoom to my study group, and it was very successful. A lot of thought was put into the development and presentation. It brings the Rebbe’s words in their most authentic words, and the lesson is interesting and profound. The responses were really great.
I just want to say that Taamu Ureu transformed my classes in a major way. Thank you to all who arranged it!
Berel GurevitchEugene, Oregon
This week’s lesson is dedicated by Mendy & Dinie Mangel in honor of their dear children and grandson.