Jewish educators at Aish UK have launched daily online classes and discussions at lunchtime and evening, and slashed the cost of its online courses.
The organisation is running classes at 1pm and 8pm offering “informal, virtual discussion and one-to-one learning opportunities” while also cutting the cost of its three Maimonides courses from £49 to £10.
All based online, the courses cover topics such as philosophy, Jewish history and spirituality, while online class topics include relevant issues such as isolation and ethical dilemmas such as herd immunity.
It is also running Pesach classes covering the message of Elijah and the relationship between Moses and Pharoah in the Pesach story.
“As of this week we are all in isolation,” said Rabbi Daniel Rowe. “We wanted to offer an online platform to connect people in their homes with their wider community and to their Judaism, reminding them there is still life outside of their homes.”