|Sunday Morning Halacha||Sunday||8:40-9:25||Rabbi Mordechai Scheiner||The Rosh Kollel delves into relevant topics from the classical sources and applies them to contemporary Halacha. (Followed by lavish breakfast)|
|Guardians of Yerushalayim||Sunday||9:45-10:30||R' Avi Oberstein||Explore the lives of the great Acharonim, who ascended to the holy city of Yerushalyim and guided its community through the stormy seas of galus.|
|Kollel Boker||Monday-Thursday||6:50-7:20||Rabbi Mordechai Scheiner||Start your morning right! The Kollel Boker provides an uplifting and fulfilling start for the day with a half-hour Gemara shiur.|
|Lunch & Learn||Tuesday||12:15-1:00||Rabbi Baruch Lichtenstein||New topic every week—come whenever you can! Includes includes a sit-down catered lunch for all participants.|
Night Seder & Programs
|Chavrusa Learning||Sunday-Thursday||8:15-9:45pm||Bring a chavrusa, or be matched up with a Kollel Avreich.|
|Fathers Learning Program||Sunday-Thursday||8:15-9:45pm||Be prepared to learn with your son! Come once a week and learn the same Gemara/Mishnayos that your son is learning in school.
This program is offered for all schools.
|Daf Yomi||Sunday-Thursday||9:00-9:45pm||R' Mordy Weinberg||Join the thousands of Jews worldwide who learn daf yomi.|
|Amud Yomi||Monday-Thursday||8:15-9:00pm||R' Dovid Rosen||A structured Gemara shiur delving into Maseches Sanhedrin at a steady pace.|
|Swimming in the Yam HaTalmud||Tuesday, Thursday||9:00-9:45pm||R’ Eli Goldwasser||Discover the beauty of in-depth Gemara study. (Now learning Eilu Metzias)|
|39 Melachot: According to the Sephardic Customs||Wednesday||8:45-9:45pm||R' Eli Kohananoo||A shiur delving into the 39 melachot, exploring each melacha from its purpose in the Mishkan, through its practical application.|
|NCSY Learn‘n’Earn||Wednesday||8:15-9:15pm||NCSY runs an open study session at the Kollel, matching community members with local Jewish Public School youths.|
|Mussar Shmooze||Thursday||10:00-10:10pm||Rosh Kollel||Be inspired with a 10-minute mussar vaad delivered by the Rosh Kollel, followed by refreshments from Joe Boo’s Cookoos.|