New Haven Yeshiva’s shluchim launched a weekly program to bring community members and bochurim together in the study of Chassidus. “This is the largest community learning program we have seen in years!” said menahel Rabbi Chanoch Bistritzky.
Earlier this week, the shluchim of New Haven Zal launched “Yeshiva Night: Mivtzah Chassidus,” a new program, inviting the community members of New Haven to come and join the yeshiva bochurim for a night of learning with refreshments as a preparation for Yud Tes Kislev.
The shul was packed with community members and bochurim, the energy was felt in the air. “It was such an amazing sight to see. It was the largest community learning program we have seen in years!” said menahel Rabbi Chanoch Bistritzky.
The community started off with just a few families and a few talmidei hashluchim as the yeshiva. Now, there are over a hundred Chabad families and over two hundred bochurim who make up the yeshiva.
Yeshiva Night aims to strengthen the growing community and the yeshiva as a whole. The mivtzah is planned to continue for the next four weeks, with each session focusing on another aspect of Chassidus.