Create Account
ב"ה
Saturday, 20 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 25, 2019

    Shakeup at Morristown Yeshiva

    New Jersey Head Shliach Rabbi Moshe Herson says recent changes at the leadership of his Yeshiva institution "are a necessity." Full Story

    Here Comes Pesach, and Snow

    Next Story »

    Sunday: MyLife Essay Winners

    17
    Opinions and Comments

    Please Login to comment
    avatar
      Subscribe  
    newest oldest most voted
    Notify of
    Heber
    Guest
    Heber

    why not take back the old Rosh yeshiva R’ shmuel heber?
    i remember my days in morristown with him, he is an unbelievable mechanech and a gaon.

    dovid rapoport
    Guest
    dovid rapoport

    very nice amazing hatzlachah moshiach now

    nooooo!!!!!
    Guest
    nooooo!!!!!

    reb chaim is the heart and soul of smicha don’t take him away! who are you fooling it will change smicha drastically don’t ruin the best asset of Morristown!

    He's a Good Man
    Guest
    He's a Good Man

    Rabbi Schapiro is a Solid Solid Rabbi.

    M'chayil el chayil
    Guest
    M'chayil el chayil

    I’m sure the change will surely be for the benefit of all.
    Hatzlacha

    explain to parent
    Guest
    explain to parent

    what’s the shakeup?

    This great
    Guest
    This great

    I am happy to hear these steps are being taken and I think its gonna be good for morristown AND for the bochurim. The smicha guys all seem to love him so if he can have that connection with the Zal bochurin as well it will be moredik and will definitely attract a crowed bezras hashem

    Truth
    Guest
    Truth

    Just what they needed to do!! Under Rabbi Schapiro role there will be a complete revolution in Morristown Zal.

    Morristown next year will be the number one place.

    a good start
    Guest
    a good start

    Might help to start a secular track. Was once a staple of Tomcei Tmimim and has unfortunately died out. Today’s parents want to English taught to bochurim 13-22 al taharas hakodesh and under the auspices of chasidusher yidden.

    Its about time
    Guest
    Its about time

    Rabbi Schapiro is a great choice. My boys loved him

    whats with
    Guest
    whats with

    Spalter zaontz and crew ?

    It is not enough to shuffle real change must be done.

    The semicha program will Suffer without Chaim running it full time

    good news
    Guest
    good news

    Very nice to see a yashiva make an effort to step up the program

    Chaim clicks well with bochurim!
    Guest
    Chaim clicks well with bochurim!

    Mazal Tov

    Morris town yeshiva is a fantastic place to learn!!
    Guest
    Morris town yeshiva is a fantastic place to learn!!

    Great menahel and great gashmiyus.
    Rabbi’s Spalter, Ganz, Tzwibel, Schappiro, etc are all amazing teachers!!!

    Secular in Zal?
    Guest
    Secular in Zal?

    To #9 – Morristown Zal is post high school age. If you want a secular track in high school, then look there. There was never secular education in Tomchei Temimim Yeshiva Gedolah age. If one reads / learns Kuntres Eitz Chaim from the Rebbe Rashab which lays down the mission of “Tomchei Temimim”, one will see that it is supposed to be a time and place of being totally immersed in learning Nigleh & Chassidus and concentrating on Avodas Hashem without any external interference. That is the way Tomchei Temimim should remain. If you want to make a Yeshiva Gedolah… Read more »

    Rabbi Perlow
    Guest
    Rabbi Perlow

    Cares about his students like no other teacher does.

    Elder student
    Guest
    Elder student

    Rabbi Zaontz gives a terrific shiur.He is totally dedicated to his talmidim. Having heard shiurim from some the most well known litvish Roshei yeshiva I can clearly say Rabbi Zaontz is one of the greatest lomdim. Someone who is looking for a place where his son can learn lomdus should look into this great asset the yeshiva has.As a clarification as a retired individual I have been attending his shiur for a number of years. He has great dedication and cares very deeply about each talmid to inspire him to grow in lomdus.

    X