The MOE Chanukas Habayis Celebration

An overflow crowd of parents, friends and supporters of Mesivta of Eatontown gathered at the Yeshiva’s brand-new campus this past Monday, June 13 to celebrate the gala Chanukas Habayis of the magnificent new home. Parked cars lined New Hampshire Avenue for blocks as the crowd made its way to the lit-up Yeshiva campus.

The program began with an exclusive hands-on Tour De’Moe where visitors got an opportunity to see firsthand the magnificent new Bais Medrasjh and the many beautiful indoor and outdoor recreation areas and other amenities geared for the talmidim’s growth and development.

The tour and buffet reception was followed by a brief program in a massive tent erected in site. The program was opened by MOE’s indefatigable Rabbi Yehuda Newirth who highlighted the mesiras nefesh of the boys who come to Yeshiva each day in a world where there are so many other distractions and enticements. The beautiful new building will serve as powerful motivator for the boys to continue their shteiging.

The participants were then privileged to a special guest appearance by R’ Aryeh Wiess a true friend of MOE who is well known as a pillar of support for bochurim who have difficulty in the mainstream. R’ Aryeh explained to the assembled that in today’s society with its many distractions and the resulting fallout that we are experiencing, it is only through the tireless efforts of dedicated Rebbeim who devote their lives entirely to their Talmidim who can ensure the Mesoras Hatorah. Such are the Rebbeim in MOE.
The program closed with the fiery words of the Rosh Hayeshiva Rav Sender Yosef Kaszirer who compared the new building to the words of Shlomo Hamelech that although the Bais Hamikdosh was a beautiful building with gold and silver the main component was tocho ratzuf ahava!

And so too is the new building in MOE. The entire Yeshiva is built on love!

The formal program was followed by a lively 8th Day concert where the entire assemblage joined in the simcha  of the boys finally arriving home!

The formal program was followed by a lively 8th Day concert where the entire assemblage joined in the simcha of the boys finally arriving home!

But what was most special was that the donors and guests were able to see a hands-on expression of the outpouring of love that the Rabbeim have for their talmidim.

During the concert the bochurim and Rabbeim formed a tight-knit circle, singing together, dancing together, and uplifting together.

A true sight to see. A testament to the daily life of bochur and rebbe in MOE!

Although the dinner is over you can still participating in this campaign and ensure EVERY talmid has EVERY reason to come to yeshiva EVERY day!

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2 COMMENTS

  1. What MOE does for these boys can not be overstated.
    And it is beyond cool that they flew in 8th day to perform. Just so yhe boys can get a chizzuk and have a good time and feel good about themselves. If more Yeshivos would do this more often, we’d have alot less issues with teens in all of Klal Yisroel.
    It would also help the Shidduch crisis, as more boys would stay in Yeshiva longer, creating more “serious learners” all our girls crave.

  2. Some yeshivos call themselves “metzuyon yeshivos” because they test the student’s brain. Black and white is the uniform that conveys to the world that my brain is a metzuyon. MOE however is the real metzuyon yeshiva. They know the world isn’t black and white. Therefore they look into the NESHAMA of each talmid to bring out his true potential.

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