A new daily daf shiur in Crown Heights has quickly become popular, with participants both in-person and online, with plans to launch the shiur on Spotify and YouTube.
By Avrohom Rotban
A new daily daf shiur in Crown Heights has quickly become popular, with participants both in-person and online.
The shiur is given by Rabbi Fishel Oster, maggid shiur in Oholei Torah for over 18 years. Rabbi Oster is renowned for the clarity and passion with which he delivers his shiurim.
The shiur is also available on Spotify and YouTube for those that can’t make it in person. To find the recordings search ‘Rabbi Oster Gemoroh Shiur’.
Some topics discussed in Thursday’s shiur include: “Is Kiddush club kosher?” “Are there demons now?” “Can demons be seen?” “Where is the best place to daven?” “What happens if I don’t show up to shul?” “What effect does tefilin have on the world?”
The shiur takes place Monday to Friday 7:45-8:30 am, Sunday 8:15-9:00 am and Motzei Shabbos 9:15-10:00 pm.
Rabbi Oster also gives a Chassidus shiur at the same location at 7:15 – 7:45 every morning. The shiur is learning currently Basi Legani. Hot coffee, tea and mezonos are served.
Receive Daily Recording:
If you are interested, or for more info, as well if you would like to be added to receive the daily audio recording of the shiur via WhatsApp, please Text or Whatsapp Avrohom Rotban at 718.600.8211.
Please Note: The Daily Gemoroh Daf Shiur is not necessarily bound to follow and pace itself according to the daf yomi cycle. Rather the shiur will be paced based on the content learned, and based on the pace of the participants of shiur.
Also to keep the shiur flowing, we ask that questions be reserved for the end of shiur.
Shacharis Minyanim are available at 6:45 am around the corner by 770 Montgomery, 7:00 am by Bais Levi Yitzchok corner Albany and Crown. and after shiur at 8:35 am, same location as the shiur.
For those interested, there’s a 6:45 am minyan at 461 Albany Ave.