Two new yungerleit will be joining the Yeshiva of Suffield, CT, for the upcoming year as a mashpia and maggid shiur; Registration for shiur beis is in full swing with limited spots left.
As registration at the Yeshiva Campus in Suffield, CT, for the upcoming year is in full swing, the Yeshiva announced that two new yungerleit will be joining the yeshiva hanhala.
Rabbi Avrohom Wolf, originally of Kherson, Ukraine, will be joining as maggid shiur for shiur beis, and Rabbi Shneur Schapiro, originally of Los Angeles, CA, will be joining as mashpia of shiur beis.
The Yeshiva Campus of Suffield, CT, opened this past year led by Rabbi Benzion Bluming, dean and rosh yeshiva of Yeshiva Campus, Rabbi Menachem Fogelman, menahel of the Mesivta and maggid shiur of shiur aleph, and Rabbi Mendel Sorkin, mashpia of shiur aleph.
The Yeshiva is a place where every Talmid, under excellent guidance and supervision, will broaden his knowledge and deepen his understanding in Gemara, Halacha and Chassidus. Infused with simcha and Avodas Hashem, the robust education is rooted in the values bequeathed to us by the Rebbeim, the founders and leaders of Tomchei Temimim.
The Yeshiva’s focus is to provide the highest standard of learning along with a warm and chassidishe environment. This is achieved by the dedicated hanhala along with a high staff-to-talmid ratio, which allows for personal attention and deep relationships.
The Yeshiva caters to all the talmidim’s needs, allowing them to holistically dedicate themselves to learning and Avodas HaShem.
The campus boasts a 140,000 sq. ft. building situated on 60 Acres, with 900 feet of frontage on the Connecticut River. It includes several large study halls (Zals), 167 dorm rooms, an Olympic-sized indoor swimming pool, a double court gym, and a large 2-story library filled with a variety of seforim.
Over the past few months, registration has been in full swing, Those who are interested in attending the yeshiva for shiur beis are strongly encouraged to reach out as soon as possible to ensure they have a spot.