A farbrengen was held at the Mesivta of Moscow, a yeshiva high school for boys located near the Marina Roscha District, to welcome the bochurim Shluchim who arrived to spend a year at the Yeshiva.
The bochurim come from around the globe and will spend a year learning with the students and bringing chayus to the programs at the Yeshiva which helps teenage boys to grow in their knowledge and observance.
During the event, the bochurim shluchim spoke about the programs they will be implementing throughout the coming year, including farbrengens, events, Chasidus classes and more.
Principal Moshe Boruch Bennish welcomed the bochurim, and a video of the Rebbe was shown.
The Mesivta, under the auspices of Chief Rabbi of Russia Rabbi Berel Lazar is led by Rabbi Chaim Ozer Amirgov and Moscow’s director of Jewish educational institutions Rabbi Yossi Lipsker.