Woodside Synagogue offers a variety of high quality classes. These classes are designed to be fresh, interesting, productive, uplifting, and educational. Please note that classes are subject to change.   We also offer youth groups on shabbos.

We also have a torah online page where archived Divrei Torah are available.





Parshah Class

  • For Women
  • Sunday @ 9am
  • Rabbi Moshe Walter
  • Woodside Beis Midrash

This class analyzes an aspect of the weekly Parshah based on the classic Torah commentaries. We focus on a textual analysis of an issue in the Parshah, and use the analysis as a vehicle to shed light and understanding on Torah wisdom

Open Beis Medrash & Timely Topic

  • For Men
  • Wednesday @ 9pm
  • Chavrusah
  • Woodside Beis Midrash
As the Aseres Hadibros were received on Shavous and concertized the Jewish people as the chosen nation, the weeks leading up to Shavous are the perfect time to discover why these specific commandments serve as the cornerstone of our heritage, and speak to the essence of our nation. Join us between now and Shavous as we investigate and explore the ten commandments that changed the world forever.  Each class is independent and will explain both the philosophical and halachic applications of that weeks commandment.


Talmud Class

  • Shabbos after first mincha (summer schedule)
  • Daniel Jacoby
  • Woodside Sanctuary

Gemora Kiddushin (no background necessary).

Talmud Class

  • Wednesday @ 8:30pm
  • Rabbi Landesman

Rabbi Landesman has moved his G’mara shiur from the Yeshiva of Greater Washington over to WSAT; the new class will be starting with Perek Chelek/Sanhedrin

Talmud Class

  • Tuesday @ 7pm
  • Daniel Jacoby
  • Woodside Beis Midrash

Gemora Megillah (intermediate)

Torah Class

  • Monday
  • Rabbi Avrom Landesman
  • Woodside Beis Midrash

Navi Class for Women

  • Shabbos Afternoon
  • Rotating Teacher
  • Various People’s Homes – please see shul announcements

Currently studying Shmuel I.

Daf Yomi

  • Mon, Tue, Thur @ 7:45; Wed @ 9pm. Sun @ 10am, Shabbos – 1 hour before mincha.
  • Rabbi Moshe Arzouan
  • Woodside Beis Midrash

Daf Yomi (or ‘Daily Page’) is a daily regimen of learning the Talmud (Gemara)  in which each of the 2,711 pages of the Babylonian Talmud are covered in their sequence. Under this regimen, the entire Talmud is completed, one day at a time, in a cycle of seven and a half years.  Tens of thousands of Jews worldwide study in the Daf Yomi program. (Wikipedia)