Tisha B’Av – What Tisha B’av Means to our Children and How we Can Make it Meaningful

We are honored to share a special Chinuch Podcast on Tisha B’av by Rabbi Ari Sytner.
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Rabby Sytner is Director of Community Initiatives at Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future where he works to help strengthen communities nationwide. Training community leaders, rabbis, and rabbinic students in the art of Jewish leadership, Rabbi Sytner uses his talents and passions to reach and inspire the full spectrum of the Jewish people.

Rabbi Sytner is originally from Monsey, NY. A student of Rabbi Berel Wein, he has served on the pulpit for 13 years in out of town communities, 5 years in Des Moines, Iowa and 8 years in Charleston, South Carolina. Rabbi Sytner studied Psychology for his undergraduate degree, Education for his Masters, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Social work.

Previous Podcasts on Tisha B’Av.

Rabbi Ally Ehrman, author and former teacher at various Yeshivos including Yeshivat Hakotel and Ohr David.  

The Famous Abba’s Chinuch Podcast Series provides you with shiurim, in 5 minutes or less, on an area of chinuch related to the parsha or yom tov.   Each Podcast is recorded exclusively for The Famous Abba by a Jewish leader or scholar.

 

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