In Support of Torah Education
The Longest Shiur

The Longest Shiur (19 Hrs)
May 2 starting at 11PM-May 3 at 6:00PM


Longest Shiur Record - THE LONGEST JEWISH CLASS/Sermon IN HISTORY!!!

Headline: Rabbi Shlomo Einhorn Attempts to Break his own Record (set in 2015) for the Longest Shiur while simultaneously Raising Awareness and Funds for Jewish Education 

Description: Rabbi Shlomo Einhorn will deliver a 19 hour live-streaming Shiur (class) on Lag BaOmer, May 2nd at 11:00 p.m to May 3rd at 6:00 p.m. PST. 

Rabbi Einhorn set the record with an 18 hour class in 2015. 

The 19 hour class will broadcast worldwide and 50,000 viewers are expected.  The goal of the record setting Torah class is to raise funds in support of students who can’t afford Jewish Day School and to educate the public on the importance of a Jewish Education. With a goal of raising $1,000,000 towards Jewish education, viewers can watch and donate by going to

Rabbi Einhorn will focus on a different subtopic every hour for the full 19 hours, and the lectures promise to be eye opening, controversial, exciting and enlightening. Among the topics:

Time Waits for Nobody: Exploring the mystery of Time

The Grassy Knoll: Great Jewish Conspiracies

Breakthrough! A new mega learning system

Inter-being: Creating the Life you Deserve

Judaism Alive: Why nothing Compares to Torah

About: Rabbi Einhorn, author of Judaism Alive, is a graduate of Yavneh Hebrew Academy. In 2005 he became the Head Rabbi of New York’s West Side Institutional Synagogue. Seven years later this once empty Shul was drawing over 400 people each week and had increased synagogue membership by 70 percent. Upon returning to Los Angeles as Dean of Yavneh in 2012, Rabbi Einhorn began giving Torah lectures across the city, to both Orthodox and non-Orthodox groups. He is also known for his amazing memory and his ability to quote from dozens of Torah sources, while at the same time referencing pop culture, heroes and self help gurus.

Yavneh Hebrew Academy is one of the premier Orthodox day schools in the country. Over 3,000 students have graduated from Yavneh.