מנחה – 4:26
הדלקת נירות – 4:26
שקיעה – 4:44
שחרית – 8:00
:סוף זמן ק״ש
מג״א – 8:55
גר״א – 9:31
מנחה – 4:05
שקיעה – 4:45
מעריב – 5:45
Mon – Fri 7:15 am
Shabbos: 8 am
Sun – Thurs: 2:45 pm
Sun – Thurs: 9:45 pm
Motzei Shabbos: 1 hour after sunset
9:00am – 12:55pm
3:00pm – 6:15pm
8:00pm – 9:45pm
Monday evening, 8:45pm
Wednesday evening, 8:45pm – 9:20pm.
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Join Rabbi Dovek shabbos mornings after davening for insights
and lessons from the weekly parsha.
Tackle a new Amud every day with Rabbi Leff.
Sunday mornings. We’re continuing this week on Zoom. If you’d like to join, please call or text
Sunday morning, 8:45am – 9:30am.
We’re going through the 613 mitzvos (based on the order of Sefer Hachinuch), focusing on understanding each mitzvah’s fundamentals.
Sunday morning, 9:00 am.
To join the Zoom invite list, contact
Wednesday evening, 8:45pm
We’re learning Pirkei Avos with the commentary of Rav Chaim Volozhner.
Thursday evening, 8:30pm
Spend Sunday mornings making memories with your daughter(s) with Mrs. Blumie Kaufman at Cong. Beth El! 561 Ward Street, Newton
Every Motzei Shabbos, come learn with your son, enjoy some pizza, and participate in epic raffles! Rabbi Aron Benmergui and Rabbi Tzvi Lieber lead the program in Cong. Beth El, 561 Ward Street. Rabbi Shimmy Sternfield leads the program at the kollel.
On Shabbos afternoons, a half-hour before mincha, bring your friends and come learn mishnayos with Rabbi Eli Kohn, and Rabbi Moshe Wilhelm.
What better way to spend your Thursday nights than with your friends, eating cholent, learning? Come to the kollel Thursday, 9pm. You won’t regret it.
Friday, 12:00pm or motzei shabbos.
Congregation Beth Yehuda, 889 Pleasant St., Worcester
“Learning one-on-one with one of the Kollel Yungerleit has often been the best hour of the week. It is a great opportunity to delve into the classic sources and to deepen my appreciation of the knowledge of Halacha, as well as being enriched by broader insights into Torah values.”
– Michael Markson, Brighton Resident
“As a Baal Teshuva who works in the secular world, I feel a constant pull away from Yiddishkeit. Through the shiurim, chavrusa learning, and socializing I partake in at the Kollel, I am able to resist this pull in a manner that would be far more difficult without the Boston Kollel. Thank you Kollel Rebbeim and staff.”
– Dr. Michael Schonberg, MD
“The Boston Kollel offers the unique opportunity to learn one-on-one with someone who is at a high level. I learned so much and I made a great friend.”
– Dr. Eric David Kramer, PhD
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