Avos Ubanim Season Begins This Motzei Shabbos

avos ubanimThe Avos Ubanim season will be beginning this Motzei Shabbos. The program, which is participated by over 45 Shuls around Lakewood, consists of an hour of learning from 7:45. p.m. – 8:45 p.m. (For the next two weeks. Beginning Parshas Vayeitzei, it will take place from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.) The program is for father and sons of all ages.

Attention Shual Gabbeim: If your Shul is not yet part of the program and would like to join, you can call 732-616-8886

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Every year we see pictures of “Avos Ubanim” programs in all the main shuls such as BMG, Kol Shimshon, K’Hal Ateres Yeshaya etc. Perhaps this year TLC can go around and get pictures from the smaller shuls whch usually dont get any face time, and thereby making it more interesting.

  2. the program doesn’t make sens to me
    any family with 5 kids בע”ה what the father need to do.
    #2 why publicity for learning?
    just learn

  3. There is actually over 60 Shuls participating so far this year. In addition, the first two weeks are from 7:45 – 8:30. In most shuls there is an extra raffle for the children who come on time, but they need their fathers there with them in order to get into this extra raffle.

  4. A family with 5 boys who are all in Cheder would have to take turns learning with his boys, and then monitor the other children that they are learning by themselves, with their brother, or with someone else. In many cases, the older children have a Chumash test on Sunday so they can use their time to study by themselves.

    As far as you second comment, what would you like to give publicity to …politics? I would hope that anytime that you can get thousands of people out on a Motzai Shabbos to go learn you would publicize it, so that the people who are not a part of it already should be able to know about it and join.

  5. to comment #1
    First off for the “press” a nice big BM with a lot of people looks much better.
    Secondly, K’Hal Ateres Yeshaya doesn’t have A’UB.

  6. Isn’t that a picture of
    Bais Murdtche shul? Why all the kvetching? That is a “smaller” shul. Its not bmg or kol shimshon. Its like its “abi mir kvetched” around here. Such a beautiful program and all people can do is kvetch about it. Last I checked it was an optional program I didn’t hear of any schools forcing anyone to join. As they say in english if its not for you, just look elsewhere.

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