Mesivta of Eatontown to Relocate in Lakewood

moe lechaimPHOTOS: The Mesivta of Eatontown has taken the first step toward building its new home in Lakewood. The Lakewood Planning Board has recently approved the Yeshiva’s purchase of a property located on New Hampshire Avenue, and renovations are set to commence shortly.

The Mesivta of Eatontown provides a unique yeshiva structure for those who have found traditional yeshiva format challenging. The Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Sender Kaszirer, is renowned throughout the Yeshiva world for both his keen understanding of the teenage bochur and boundless love for his Talmidim. It was on these principles of love and understanding that the Mesivta of Eatontown was first founded, and continues to provide a top-notch education and environment where each bochur can experience the warmth of Torah and mitzvos under the guidance and loving care of rebbeim and staff.

A Le’chaim was held to celebrate the momentous occasion.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. Why have general studies? We have come to expect all bochrim will become Roshei Yeshivos who we think have no use for knowing how to read, spell, express themselves, count or understand the world around them! Parnosa? No problem – Zaidy should be able to support them.

  2. R kasirer is an amazing person. He’s very good at what he does.

    I’ve met rabbi mermelstien and rabbi meisles on different occasions, and they’re both wonderful, caring, selfless individuals.

    Hatzlachah!

  3. I don’t usually see The Scoop, being that I am not from Lakewood, however a friend of mine forwarded this article to me. I BH sent my son to the yeshiva, and had the opportunity to be part of the MOE family. Although it was a hard decision for us, you cannot imagine the nachas we are reaping today. We are forever indebted to Rabbi Kaszirer for returning our son to us! THANK YOU! You should have much continued hatzlocha!

  4. Rabbi Mermelstein, we can’t thank you enough for your endless hard work that you put into the Bochurim. Our son is a changed person. Your love and devotion is unbelievable! Hatzlocha with everything!

  5. The yeshiva has an amazing general studies program led by Rabbi Mordechai Rieder, LMSW. The caring and devotion put in by him and the rest of the Hanhala is an amazing sight to see. May the yeshiva see continued success.

  6. It’s mamesh refreshing to see the a write up about MOE.

    They are a gdvaldige mosad. The taa’reh rabbiem are be’emesdig devoted.

    The talmidim can reach them at all sha’os of tug un nacht.

    The yeshiva is a makom torah with erliche bochurim.

    I’ve had the zchus to give them a hitch more than once.

    Many the hanhalah have the kochi, siyata dishmaya, and gelt to continue on doing the avodah of the Rebboinoi Shel oilam.

    Hatzlachah rabboh vi’chul tuv!

  7. I can’t agree more with the above article and comments.

    The rabbeim at yeshiva if eatontown are tremendously devoted to thier students.

    From rabbi meisles, to Reb modche, to rabbi mermelstien, to the rosh Yeshivah.

    Kudos to them.

    Good luck with the building campaign.

  8. Rabbi Mermelstein-An amazing Rebbe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. שלום וברכה,
    I must say this unbelievable incident that happened in eretz yisroel there was a MOE bochur that’s now learning in a prominent yeshiva in eretz yisroel he was walking back from the Kosel towards his yeshiva when a man aproched him and asked him for money the bochur asked the man in Hebrew if hes hungry realizing that the yid doesnt speak Hebrew he asked again in yidish this time he got a response and they went on their way looking for a restaurant in the old city with a good hechsher they found one and sat down and the bochur told the man to order what he wants and he will cover the cost then they were sitting and talking in broken yidish the man cried his heart out to the bochur about his life as they were eating the bochur listened with open ears after the man thanked the bochur numerous times and they went on their ways

    Unbelievable way of doing tzedakah he must have learned this from Rabbi Kaszirer which I know personally that his chesed patience love have no bounds

  10. I had some bocherim over on Shabbos besides they said words of wisdom they said the rabbis give up everything for them and are always there for them so I wish you much hatzlacha in new building

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