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Easy Learn Hebrew – Pesach Competition
Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 | Author:

You may have seen a link on our website to an online Hebrew course called Easy Learn Hebrew (ELH).

ELH is making a very special offer available for Pesach: a competition with the prize being a free Gold Membership (18 months) subscription valued at US$137. The competition is free to enter and there is no limit to the number of people who can participate.

The competition page can be accessed here: http://www.easylearnhebrew.com/ext/competition.php

The Easy Learn Hebrew, Learn to Read Hebrew online course is ideal for the following people:

  • People who never learnt to read Hebrew when they were younger and then found themselves frustrated and at a loss when wanting to participate in Jewish services and celebrations.
  • Students needing to learn to read Hebrew as part of their conversion.
  • Bar/Bat Mitzvah students who need extra support in their preparation.
  • Older children attending Hebrew and Religion Schools for the first time and need to fast track their Hebrew reading to keep up with the class.
  • Mature Aged Bar and Bat Mitzvah students.

Testimonials from Easy Learn Hebrew students can be viewed here


You can contact Yael Rottanburg at ELH on yael@easylearnhebrew.com





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Easy Learn Hebrew
Tuesday, December 09th, 2014 | Author:

BPJC is pleased to advise of an opportunity to access an online Hebrew learning program.

The program is called “Easy Learn Hebrew Online” and consists of a number of modules.  Each time a person purchases a subscription to the program, a 10% donation comes to BPJC.

To check out the program, click on the button below.

Easy Learn Hebrew Button 1



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Adult Discussion Groups
Monday, March 07th, 2011 | Author:

Our Jewish discussion groups are held after Shabbat services and are proving very popular and informative. Please feel free to come along and just listen if you wish but your participation is most welcome. The sessions are an informal way to get to know some new people and expand your views on a range of religious and secular topics.

Anyone interested in leading a discussion topic, please contact the Secretary.

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