The Kolel L’Horaah Ma’asis of Crown Heights serves as the premier educational institution for young Rabbis aspiring to serve as Rabonim and Poskim in communities worldwide.
The Kollel was established to fill a void felt in the Jewish world whereby Bochurim and Yungeleit who study for many years in Yeshivos and Kolel complete their studies with extensive knowledge in Gemara, Rishonim and Acharonim, but didn’t study Halacha and more specifically its practical application in today’s day and age, thus leading to a void in Rabonim who can Pasken Shaalos and lead their communities.
This Kollel, the first of its kind in the Chabad world, is training 50 young Rabbis in the practical applications of Jewish Law and prepares them to serve as leading Halachic authorities worldwide.
Now entering its 3rd year, the Kollel has increased its student body by 25%, with a long waiting list.
In addition to serving the students’ needs, the Kollel offers Sunday classes and study partners to local community members, as well as weekly recorded classes by world-renowned scholars and lecturers.
EVERY JEW HAS THE OBLIGATION TO LEARN TORAH EVERY DAY!
To accommodate the many who are unfortunately unable to make the time to study all day, the Kollel was set up with a “Yisochor/Zevulun” format, where one can sponsor a day, week, month, or even an entire year of learning, thus becoming a “Partner” in someone’s Torah learning.
All the Shiurim delivered in Kolel are streamed live and available afterwards on YouTube, this past year alone over 120 Shiurim have been broadcast, spanning the topics of Mikvaos and Ribbis in-depth, various Halachic topics of interest, and Chassidus Shiurim from renowned speaker and orator Rabbi Simon Jacobson.
We need your help to ensure the Kollel can continue to grow!!
On behalf of our entire faculty, we invite you to participate in this campaign, and ensure a brighter future for these young men, and indeed the entire worldwide Jewish community.
Rabbi Shlomo Greenwald – Founder
Rabbi Sholom Shuchat – Rosh Kollel
Rabbi Shraga Homnick – Sgan Rosh Kollel