penYou love education. You love to learn. You love to teach. But how do you find great materials for Jewish learning and teaching?

The Shiurim Online Beit Midrash, brought to you by the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem (CY), offers accessible, user-friendly articles, sourcesheets, videos, and daily learning content.

Tanakh, Talmud, Mishnah, Midrash – all in one place, taught by the world-renowned teachers of the CY Beit Midrash in the heart of Jerusalem. The Shiurim Online Beit Midrash is home to the complete Mishnah Yomit and Daf Shevui commentaries by Dr. Joshua Kulp, as well as a variety of other sources and study materials to help learners and teachers of all ages and backgrounds deepen your Jewish knowledge and strengthen your community of learners.

We think that this material is particularly appropriate for hevrutot, synagogue study groups and other such shared learning experiences. Talmud is always best learned in a group and the Shiurim Online Beit Midrash material is no exception.

The Conservative Yeshiva

The Shiurim Online Beit Midrash is part of the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem, which offers Jews of all backgrounds the skills for studying Jewish texts in a supportive Jewish community. We are a vibrant, open-minded, fully egalitarian community of committed Jews who learn, practice, and grow together. Learning is lishma, for its own sake, without exams or papers. Learning in Judaism is a lifelong process, and the learning of traditional Jewish texts requires skills of language and methodology. Our goal is to give students the ability and the desire to continue Jewish learning and practice throughout their lives.

The Conservative Yeshiva offers a synthesis of traditional and critical methods, allowing Jewish texts and tradition to encounter social change and modern scholarship. The curriculum focuses on classical Jewish subjects, including Talmud, Tanach (Bible), Halacha (Jewish Law), and Philosophy.

Since its founding in 1995 to meet the need for serious learning in an co-educational and open-minded environment, the Conservative Yeshiva has grown ten-fold, moved into a new Beit Midrash, and established a reputation for a learned and supportive faculty, highly motivated students, in-depth learning, and a welcoming community.