One Page – 7 ½ Years
The Talmud is a compendium of Jewish laws, stories, Biblical interpretations, and teachings spanning the first six centuries of the Common Era. Daf Yomi is the daily study of Talmud, one double-sided page per day, on a worldwide schedule that takes seven and a half years to complete. The current cycle of Daf Yomi concludes on January 4, 2020 and the new cycle begins on January 5.
Daf Yomi Pittsburgh is an effort to raise awareness about Daf Yomi and provide platforms for learners to connect with each other and share resources.
Build a Convenient Routine
Shaare Torah Congregation
2319 Murray Avenue
Mon-Fri at 6:00 AM
Shabbat – 45 minutes before mincha
Sunday at 7:00 AM
Kollel Jewish Learning Center
5808 Beacon Street
Mon-Fri at 6:50 AM
Shabbos – one hour before mincha
Sunday at 8:30 AM
Young Israel of Pittsburgh
5831 Bartlett Street
Mon-Thurs, 8 pm, except when mincha is at 6:45 pm or later (during the Summer), when daf yomi follows maariv.
No shiur on Friday.
Shabbos, 8:20 am (before shacharis at 9).
Sunday, 7:15 am and immediately following maariv.
8-minute Daf summary
Also halakhah teachings, Jewish history and select Tosafot.
Talmud for Women
Daf Yomi from Yeshivat Chovevei Torah