The popular Lemaan Yilmedu smicha program has just opened registration for their brand new course: Hilchos Chuppa V’Kiddushin, where participants will learn the halachos necessary to officiate at a wedding.
Every Chosson and Kallah who get married, each comes with their unique background, story and circumstances. So many important questions can come up at any part of the process and the Rav needs to know what to do.
For those wishing to learn the halachos in a clear, thorough manner, Machon Limud Halacha “Lemaan Yilmedu” has just opened registration for their brand new course: Hilchos Chuppa V’Kiddushin.
The course will take place over the course of 11 months and is the most comprehensive course on hilchos Chuppa V’Kiddushin to date. The participants will be led on a journey through the evolution of the halachos. They will travel across the pages of the gemara, into the world of the Shulchan Aruch, and finish their adventure in the responsa of modern-day Rabbanim, gaining insight into how they dealt with complicated situations and unique challenges.
The classes will take place once a week, for two hours, exclusively on Zoom. Recordings will be made available after each class so that those who missed the class will be able to catch up.
There will be 7 tests administered throughout the course of the program to ensure that the class participant has a clear understanding of the information and is ready and capable to deal with questions that may come up.
Additionally, once a year there will be a Yom Iyun where all local course participants will gather, together with the Rabbanim. They will learn, practice and participate in various sessions during which they will enhance their knowledge on the subject at hand.
At the conclusion of the program, course participants will receive a certificate that will be recognized by the Israeli Rabbanut, qualifying them to serve as Mesader Kiddushin at any wedding in the world. The certificate will be signed by prominent Rabbianim from America and Israel.
To learn more about Lemaan Yilmedu and to register for the brand new course, Hilchos Chuppa V’Kiddushin, click here.
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