Join Irgun Torah for a Melava Malka and Siyum on Meseches Beitza and Rambam Sefer Haflaha, with the start of Sefer Zerayim.
Join Irgun Torah for a Melava Malka and Siyum on Meseches Beitza and Rambam Sefer Haflaha, with the Haschalas Sefer Zerayim.
With the joining of 7 local daily Gemara shiurim and over 8 Rambam shiurim finishing simultaneously.
The siyum will take place this Motzei Shabbos, October 10th – Or L’daled Cheshavan, at Mishkan Moshe – 580 Crown Street. The event will begin at 9:00 pm.
Featuring Siyumim and speeches by Rabbi Alexander Heppenheimer: Siyum Meseches Beitza. Rabbi Michael Zajac: Siyum Harambam on Sefer Haflaha. Rabbi Mendel Yuzewitz: Haschalas Sefer Zerayim
The event will be streamed on www.irguntorah.org
Participating magidei shiurim and shuls:
Daily Gemara shiurim: Rabbi Fischel Oster – Merkas Avreichim • Rabbi Shmuel Rosenstein – Anshei Lubavitch/Geshem Shul • Rabbi Alexander Heppenheimer – Chevra Shas • Rabbi Holtzberg / Rabbi Shia Werner – Anash Shul • Rabbi Hershel Lustig – Beis Eliezer Yitzchok • Rabbi Zalman Shanowits – Shains Shul
Daily Rambam shiurim: Rabbi Mendel Yuzevitch • Rabbi Zalman Hertzel – Tiferes Zkeinim • Rabbi Mendel Bluming – Geshem Shul • Rabbi Michoel Zajac – Empire Shtiebel • Rabbi Levi Rappaport – Reyim Ahuvim • Rabbi Shalom Ber Shpielman – Lefferts Shul.
For timings, info, and more shiurim, visit: www.irguntorah.org/shiurim.
“כשמסיים מסכת, מצוה לשמוח ולעשות סעודה, ונקראת סעודת מצוה” – הרמ”א
Torah-study every day is crucial to life itself. This applies not only to the soul of the one studying but also to the souls of his family. For then (through Torah-study), the atmosphere of the home becomes an atmosphere of Torah and piety. – Hayom Yom, 4 Cheshvan
The event is organized by Irgun Torah.
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