Mazel Tov!
We are completing the Rambam study cycle for the 42nd time!

By the Grace of G‑d

Mazel Tov!

Hundreds of thousands have just (today) completed studying the entirety of Torah law—in unison

Following a special study cycle initiated by the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, a portion of Mishneh Torah—the 14-volume compendium of Jewish law by Maimonides (Rambam)—is learned every day.

People from all walks of life, of every level of knowledge and scholarship, unite in studying this unique and essential Torah work, the only one that comprehensively and succinctly encompasses the entirety of the Torah’s laws.

Today, Iyar 1 (Shabbat, April 22), marks the conclusion of the 42nd annual study cycle. The 43rd global Maimonides learning cycle begins tomorrow, Sunday, 2 Iyar, April 23rd

Every year more people experience the joy and exhilaration of this extraordinary system of Jewish scholarship and Jewish unity and are grateful they did. 

Whether you have loads of prior Torah knowledge or none at all —

Now is the perfect time to begin studying Rambam daily! 

There are three tracks to this study schedule, enabling everyone to join at their own pace:

We invite you to join the thousands who have found their pace and have made this study part of their lives. To help you, here are five great features (some of which are brand new), that we hope you will take advantage of:

  1. Not sure where to start? Find Hebrew and English texts, video and audio online or right from our content partner on their handy (and newly revamped) Daily Study app.
  2. Known for their lucid and easy to follow style, Rabbi Yehoshua B. Gordon’s classes continue to draw adherents on a daily basis.
  3. On the run? Get a quick rundown of the daily 3 chapters with Rabbi Ralegh Resnick.
  4. If you choose the one-chapter-a-day track, a quick quiz after each chapter will keep your memory fresh. Check them out here.
  5. And for those who join the “daily mitzvah” track, “Our 613” is a wonderful option featuring Rebbetzins from all over the world discussing today’s Mitzvot! Look for it at the daily Mitzvah page.

Find out more about this special study cycle and celebration, and join the new cycle (which begins now!):

With joyful Torah blessings to you and all yours,

Rabbi Yossi Spritzer