The best remedy for a hard day’s work is Torah at the Kollel. Laymen and children are captivated by Hashem’s Words and the warm demeanor of the Avreichim. One always leaves the Kollel with a smile on his lips. Baalei Batim, trying to regain the spark of youth, designate specific times for Torah study, and achieve their goals with the completion of Masechtos and Seforim. It is no wonder that since the Kollel’s inception in 1995, the University Heights – Beachwood community has grown by leaps and bounds. Click here for the full schedule of Davening, Sedorim and Shiurim.
In depth Torah study does not end for Kollel alumni upon entering the work force. Daily Chaburas delve into the depths of sugyos, giving our alumni the spiritual satisfaction they felt during their years in the Kollel.
Friday Evening Shiurim
In the University Heights – Beachwood area, many Friday nights bring back the memory of Hillel laying on a snowy Bais Medrash roof. Adults and children trudge through inclement weather to the warm atmosphere of a shiur. Parsha, in depth Halocho and Daf Yomi draw people from their comfortable homes to the Torah offered by the Kollel. Click here for information on upcoming Shiurim.
Oneg Shabbos Publication
Hundreds of mature Torah Scholars, Baalei Batim and children enjoy this multi faceted weekly publication. Mussar, lomdus, stories and fun riddles enhance the Shabbos of mutitudes. All Cleveland shuls host the “Oneg Shabbos,” with three hundred email subscribers. Click here for more information about the Oneg Shabbos publication, and to view past issues.
Programs for women in the winter and summer ensure continuous Torah growth in their homes. Click here for more information.
Can you imagine a Bais Medrash of nearly three hundred men and boys, representing all the shuls in the community, learning together?
With no “off days”, Daf Yomi is the quintessential way of designating a set time for Torah study. We are proud that our Baalei Batim share in this commitment as well.
- Daf Yomi Shiur – 9:00p.m. – 9:50 p.m.
- Daf Yomi Chabura – 8:45 p.m. – 9:50 p.m.
Summer Boys Program
A lack of structure during summer vacation threatens a boy’s / bochur’s Torah growth of the past ten months. The Beachwood Kollel offers a Torah atmosphere before going to camp, upon return from camp and for those who do not attend camp. An 8:30 minyan, followed by a seder, sets a correct tone for the entire day. Click here for more information.