Weekly Divrei Torah

Every year, we read the entire Torah, one portion per week. Every year we find ourselves, our troubles and our victories, our hopes and our dreams, reflected in the text. Hadar produces weekly podcasts and essays on the parashah. In 5774 and 5775, these Divrei Torah were written by Rabbi Shai Held. In 5776, they were written by Rabbi Ethan Tucker. Rabbi Avital Hochstein took on the mantle in 5777, writing in both English and Hebrew. Dena Weiss, our Rosh Beit Midrash, carried the torch in 5778 and 5779, and in 5780, we brought you highlights from the archives of our Divrei Torah recordings. In 5781, Rabbi Yitz Greenberg will lead us through the Torah week by week, unearthing themes, ideas, and questions that stem from his lifetime of deep Jewish learning and an interest in human dignity and pluralism. This year, Rabbi Aviva Richman, Rosh Yeshiva of Hadar, will share weekly insights on the parashah through the lens of relationship -- between ourselves and others and between humans and God. You can browse our archive by parashah using the arrows in the "Feature Collections" panel below.

Weekly Divrei Torah Collections
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  • Tali Adler
  • Matthew Anisfeld
  • Nadav Berger
  • Yitzhak Bronstein
  • Devash
  • Yitz Greenberg
  • Amit Gvaryahu
  • Shai Held
  • Avital Hochstein
  • James Jacobson-Maisels
  • Elie Kaunfer
  • Avi Killip
  • Yedidah Koren
  • Chana Kupetz
  • Deborah Sacks Mintz
  • Aviva Richman
  • Jason Rubenstein
  • Avi Strausberg
  • Jeremy Tabick
  • Torah Time
  • Ethan Tucker
  • Miriam-Simma Walfish
  • Jamie Weisbach
  • Joey Weisenberg
  • Dena Weiss
  • Guest Faculty