Our Story

The Production of Torah Scholars

As the rest of the world sleeps, our devoted full-time Avreichim trek out to the Beis Medrash of our Yeshiva to devote their evenings to the Torah study of Jewish Law. Our Kollel Avreichim are keen, passionate, and focused young married men who have thrown themselves into Torah learning completely. We offer you the opportunity to support them and share in the incredible learning that happens in our Beis Medrash every night. Join us to help keep our Kollel alive!

“Gam zu l’tova. This too is for the good.”
Nachum Ish Gamzu
Talmud, Taanit, 21a

Humble Beginnings

We started out as a small, tight-knit group of motivated young men with a common goal: to utilize the night and dedicate it to the in-depth study of the Talmud with a specific focus on practical application. So we sat down in a modest basement and got to work.

Within a year we outgrew our initial Headquarters and it was time to move to our current home, a spacious new Beis Medrash nestled in between the Maalot Dafna and Ramat Eshkol neighborhoods of Jerusalem.

Dynamic Growth

The nature of the Torah is to expand, the more you learn the more you grow. Towards that end, we are constantly adding additional programs to our daily ritual. Our Morning Kollel, which begins at 7 AM, followed by the Morning Prayer service, delivers the perfect jolt to start the day.

Our Friday Kollel puts the finishing touch on a strong week of learning, with a breakfast spread and an open Beis Medrash to learn what you please. Our Rosh Yeshiva then delivers engaging Shiurim on the topic of Shabbos and prayer.

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Future Expansion

"Dream Big" is our mantra and has served us well thus far. To that effect we have set our sights towards the goal of purchasing a home - a Makom Torah that we can proudly call our own, that we plan to fill with the constant roar of Torah study and Prayer.

Dedication opportunities are available in memory of a loved one, a Bar Mitzvah, Refuah Shelaimah, or any other occasion.

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All donations to the Kollel are tax-deductible under IRS code 501c 3