For the third year, the 8th grade boys of Cheder Chabad Monsey are participating in a weekly Minchas Chinuch shiur by Rabbi Sender Lustig, with some boys sleeping over at friend’s homes so as not to miss the shiur.
For the third year, the 8th grade boys of Cheder Chabad Monsey are participating in a weekly Minchas Chinuch shiur. The shiur is held every Wednesday evening and is given by Rabbi Sender Lustig the Rosh Misivta of Mesivta Lubavitch of Monsey.
The Minchas Chinuch is a legal commentary on the Sefer Hachinuch. The Sefer Hachinuch systematically discusses the 613 mitzvos, their Biblical source, and philosophical underpinnings – while the Minchas Chinuch serves as a halachic commentary through the perspective of the Gemorah and Rishonim.
Our bochurim are learning Mitzvah Lamed Alef which deals with the halachic intricacies of mitzvas kiddush Shabbos b’devorim..
Even though the shiur is voluntary and held after hours, the entire 8th grade participates, with talmidim that live out of town sleeping over at friends’ homes so not to miss it. The popularity of the shiur even draws local boys that don’t learn in the cheder to participate,
“We thank Rabbi Lustig for the time and effort he invests in delivering such a beautiful shiur, and wish our bouchrim much hatzloch as they grow in limmud hatorah,” organizers said.
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