For the past eight years, the city of Cincinnati has been home to a Lubavitcher Mesivta.
Now, a new Yeshiva will be putting down roots in Cincinnati, as a Beis Medrash for Bochurim entering Shiur Alef Zal is set to open for this coming school year.
The Beis Medrash will be headed by its own Hanhala who are passionate about Chinuch of the highest standards, both academically and emotionally. The Hanhala will be looking to address the needs of each Bochur individually by nurturing the distinct gifts of every Talmid and inspiring him to be the best bochur that he can be. The intent is to produce Temimim – Bochurim with fine Middos imbued with Yiras Shomayim.
The Yeshiva aims to teach in a manner that will foster a love of learning among its Bochurim through cultivating proper methods of learning which enable the students to graduate Yeshiva with the ability to learn Gemara and comprehend Chassidus on their own.
This Beis Medrash is the natural choice for mainstream Bochurim who are looking to be totally enveloped in a Chassidishe environment and immersed in Limmud Hatorah and Darkei Hachassidus.
The Yeshiva building is located on its own spacious grounds, creating a calm environment that is advantageous to a focused Yeshivah lifestyle.
The new building, coupled with a clean and pleasant dorm will ensure that the Yeshivah experience at Yeshivas Lubavitch of Cincinnati will prove conducive to the body as well as the soul.
The Hanhala consists of Rabbi Levi Simpson, who will serve as Menahel and Mashpia of Chassidus. He will be joined by Rabbi Nissen Moscowitz, who will serve as Maggid Shiur in Nigleh.
In his time as a Mechanech, Rabbi Levi Simpson has established a reputation as a caring, dedicated and talented Mashpia. He is in touch with the reality of being a Bochur these days, and his passion lies in providing Bochurim with the support and tools they need to flourish into true Temimim, Lamdanim and Yirei Shomayim, with an emphasis on strict adherence to the Rebbe’s directives.
Rabbi Nissen Moscowitz is known both for his Eidelkeit and Chasidishkeit. He possesses a unique approach to studying and teaching Gemara, and has the ability to impart knowledge with articulate presentation. Passionate about empowering his Talmidim, he focuses on patiently educating each Talmid to ensure that he not only understands the material he is learning, but gains the tools he needs to approach Gemara correctly. This method has proven successful in nurturing an enjoyment in learning among his students.
Together, these two young men make an energetic and competent team, with the right combination of personalities, passions, and skills.
For more information please contact Rabbi Levi Simpson at [email protected], or by
phone at 347-967-6427.
Space is limited.