The new zman has begun in earnest in Yeshivos worldwide, and one noted Lakewood Kollel is working to make the upcoming zman its most successful ever, b’ezras Hashem.Since it opened its doors in 2010, Kollel Learn and Network has earned a reputation in Lakewood and beyond as a welcoming and vibrant makom Torah. Alumni of a broad range of Yeshivos – at all stages in life – have advanced in both their spiritual and material needs within the Kollel’s walls.
On Monday, April 15th, the Kollel will iy”H once again welcome the entire Lakewood community Rabbi Raber’s centrally located shul at 618 Caranetta Drive. The comfortable, fully stocked Bais Medrash – with coffee and other refreshments – is open for afternoon Seder each day between 5-7 pm. Noted talmidei chachamim Rav Dovid Kolidetsky and Rav Shlomo Perr, shlit”a, lead lively chaburos. There is a daily Daf Yomi shiur followed by Mincha, as well as weekly shmuessen from prominent guest speakers and Halacha Sunday presentations on intriguing topics.
In keeping with the Kollel’s legendary accommodation and flexibility, yungerleit are welcome to come and learn based on their own scheduling needs, and learn individually or form chaburos for the limud of their choice. Those in Kollel, chinuch, business, or in transition, all find themselves at home in the Kollel. The Kollel’s weekly networking sessions and workshops by respected experts in various fields, and affiliations with prominent community organizations, enable yungerleit to pursue their dreams in the realm of parnassah as well.
Kollel founder Reb Duvi Honig, a noted askan and visionary behind Parnassah Expo, looks forward to seeing both familiar and new faces on Monday. “Helping as many people as possible thrive in Torah and overall life has always been my goal,” he says.
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