Yes, it has already been a year. The Kansas City Chiefs are back to defend their title in Super Bowl 55 as they face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In a year of firsts, the Bucs will battle it out for the Lombardi Trophy in their very own Raymond James Stadium. The incredible quarterback Tom Brady will make his tenth Super Bowl appearance as he takes on Patrick Mahomes, a force to be reckoned on the Chiefs.
When halftime rolls around, the Jewish world is encouraged to join an all-star roster of premier Torah authorities! Tune in live to hear the awe-inspiring words Rav Gav Friedman, Rabbi Yoel Gold, Charlie Harary, and Rabbi YY Jacobson for a halftime show that is as entertaining as it will be stimulating to children and adults alike.
“Halftime for Torah,” originally developed by Rabbi Eytan Feiner of the White Shul in Far Rockaway, was devised to give those partaking in the spirit of the game with a riveting dose of Torah as a Kosher alternative to the typical distractions.
This year has certainly been one filled with its struggles, and while many would normally spend their Super Bowl Sunday afternoon with family or friends, this year many will be confined at home. Take comfort and relax for the sensational presentation.
This year, Halftime for Torah will once again feature a fascinating account delivered by Rabbi Yoel Gold, world renowned orator Charlie Harary whose inspiring persona is unmatched, and the vibrancy and energy of the illustrious Rabbi YY Jacobson. The program also welcomes the heartwarming enthusiasm of Rav Gav and his closeness to Eretz Yisrael.
The project is spearheaded by the Chazaq Organization. Robbie Aboff, Chazaq’s events coordinator, said, “We thank the local and national organizations, respectable media sponsors, and all who have agreed to partner in streaming Halftime for Torah. We understand the excitement of the game, and we acknowledge everyone who has chosen to help ignite the fire of Torah in their homes.”
This Sunday, during halftime, visit www.TorahAnytime.com/halftime for the streaming event, or dial in at 718-298-2077 (ext. 46) to experience Halftime for Torah and take part in the revolution of Torah.