Two chassanim joinedtheir chosson teacher Rabbi Avrohom Levin for an interview to discuss theirexperience in the recently-launched ‘Chassanim Academy’.
Around fifty talmidim of the Machon Lemaan Yilmedu took a test last Thursday given by the posek, Rabbi Gavriel Zinner, author of Nitai Gavriel. This took place in his beis medrash in Boro Park.
Machon Lemaan Yilmedu held a series of shiurim in practical halacha, li'uli nishmas the director of the Machon in the US, Rabbi Zushe Wilhelm a'h, who passed away one year ago. The Yom Iyun was open to the public and was broadcast live on Zoom for many participants who don't live in Crown Heights.
Dozens of shluchim participated this week in the first meeting of the “Posek in Hilchos Tahara” course, given by Machon Limud Halacha Lemaan Yilmedu. Over a year and a half, they will learn Hilchos Nidda and do shimush in practical questions of hilchos taharas ha’mishpacha.
After three months of intensive study, the talmidim of Machon Limud Halacha Lemaan Yilmedu passed the first test in semicha l'rabbanus. It was held by a member of the Machon's vaad ha'semicha, Rabbi Yosef Yeshaya Braun, mara d'asra and member of the Crown Heights Badatz.
Machon Lemaan Yilmedu, in collaboration with Machon Taharas HaBayis, recently opened an “academy” for chassanim that is designed to provide a thorough preparation for the wedding and beyond.
Hundreds attended an impressive, festive event that was held in Kfar Chabad to mark seven years since the founding of Machon Lemaan Yilmedu operating in Eretz Yisrael, America, France, Russia and other countries.
An impressive Chag Ha’Semicha was celebrated Sunday night in Oholei Torah, along with the completion of the second cohort of Machon Limud Halacha Lemaan Yilmedu. Certificates were awarded to 135 men who passed tests in three tracks.
Every week, forty Russian-speaking talmidim joined together, coming from seven different countries including Germany, Ukraine and Russia as well as other nations and Eretz Yisrael. Lemaan Yilmedu crosses continents for the purpose of serious study and mastery of halacha.
More than 40 students at Machon Limud Halacha "Lemaan Yilmedu" took a test with the posek, Rabbi Gavriel Zinner, author of Nitai Gavriel, at his beis medrash in Boro Park.
Lemaan Yilmedu’s Chuppa VeKiddushin course has trained many Shluchim in the intricacies of officiating a wedding kehalacha. The course, which runs over a 11-month period, is led by Rabbi Mordechai Farkash, a Rov and Shliach in Bellevue, Wash., and an expert in this area of Halacha.
Together with Chicago’s Rabbi Baruch Hertz, Monsey’s Rabbi Gedalia Oberlander teaches Lemaan Yilmedu’s upcoming Community Rabbonus course which is geared to Shluchim. The year-long course covers subjects that aren’t taught in Semicha and are encountered daily by anyone in a rabbinic position.
After months of preparations, the first course of its kind in Chabad, the Chosson Teacher Training course, a collaborative effort of Machon Lemaan Yilmedu and Machon Taharas Ha'Bayis of the Badatz of Crown Heights, got underway.
Siddur Chuppa v'Kiddushin is one of the most important subjects in the work of every shliach. It is also a complicated and sensitive subject. It includes numerous halachos on various topics such as kesuba, eidus, yuchsin, and of course conducting the chuppa and more. Enormous care is needed since errors due to ignorance can cause extremely serious problems and pitfalls.
The learning revolution at Machon Limud Halacha Lemaan Yilmedu continues with registration now open for the new cycle that will begin, G-d willing, in Elul.
Following many months of joint efforts and planning, Lemaan Yilmedu-USA and the Taharas Habayis organization have joined forces to create a new course for Chosson teachers.
Rabbi Gedalia Oberlander, rav of the Chabad shul and community, Heichal Menachem, in Monsey, tested the talmidim in Lemaan Yilmedu's new beis medrash on Empire Blvd. Another test will be given next week for talmidim who don't live in Crown Heights and who learn on Zoom.
The revolution in learning at Machon Lemaan Yilmedu is continuing to the next phase with the dedication of a new beis medrash in the heart of Crown Heights. It is dedicated l'ilui nishmas the founder of the Machon, Rabbi Zushe Wilhelm a'h, who passed away five months ago.
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