New Connecticut Yeshiva Opens to Great Acclaim

The new Chabad Yeshiva in Suffield, Connecticut opened this week on the beautiful and expansive campus that was recently purchased and renovated to meet the yeshiva’s needs.

By Anash.org reporter

The new Chabad Yeshiva in Suffield, Connecticut opened this week on the beautiful and expansive campus that was recently purchased and renovated to meet the yeshiva’s needs.

Yeshiva Campus of Suffield launched for the 5783 yeshiva year with a Mesivta, led by rosh yeshiva and menahel Rabbi Menachem Mendel Fogelman, mashpia Rabbi Menachem Mendel Sorkin and Rabbi Benzion Bluming, Dean and Menahel of the Yeshiva campus and mashpia of Shiur Beis.

Bochurim from across the USA traveled to attend the Yeshiva, with Crown Heights bochurim traveling with a bus, several young shluchim being driven in by their parents, and others flying in to Bradley International Airport, which is only ten minutes away from the Yeshiva.

Upon their arrival, they were welcomed to the high-end first-class facility which had been purchased for the yeshiva. The campus boasts a 135,000 sq. ft. building situated on 57 Acres, with 900 feet of frontage on the Connecticut river. It includes several large study halls (Zals), 167 dorm rooms, Olympic-sized indoor swimming pool, a gym, large library, and more.

On hand to attend to all the bochurim’s needs were Rabbi Nissen Eichorn, menahel gashmi and building manager, and R’ Daniel Arroyo, the yeshiva’s chef, who is providing the bochurim with top-quality meals.

Alongside with the physical amenities, the hanhala ruchnis is making sure each bochur will be able to achieve great heights in limmud haTorah and darkei hachassidus.

“The location and amenities will help make the Yeshiva to be a place for a bochur of today to be fully involved in Avodas Hashem, learning Torah – Nigleh and Chassidus – and Ahavas Yisroel, without needing to worry about anything else,” the hanhala said.

The hanhala told Anash.org that the current expansion is only the beginning, with plans for more shiurim, as well as a Yeshiva Gedola, to be opened on the Yeshiva campus, as time progresses.

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