Sunday: Grand Opening for New Crown Heights Heichal HaLimmud

The entire Crown Heights community is invited to the grand opening of Yagdil Torah’s new Heichal HaLimud on Sunday, with special hours for women to see the new learning center.

The entire Crown Heights community is invited to the grand opening of Yagdil Torah’s new Heichal HaLimud on Sunday, with special hours for women to see the new learning center.

Join Yagdil Torah for our Grand Opening of Heichal HaLimmud Bais Michoel

לע״נ התמים מיכאל בן יבדלח״ט ר׳ יהודה ליב ראסקין שליט”א

When:  Sunday, Parshas Vayeitzei, 3 Kislev ( November 7).
Where:  1475 President Street.   Entrance is on Albany, right before the alley.

Women of the community are specially invited to an Open House from 2:15-3:15 PM, (Daylight Savings Time) to view our comfortable Heichal Hallimud and user friendly library.

Heichal HaLimmud Bais Michoel will IY”H be open for learning at 3:45 PM and close at 2:00 AM. It will be open regularly from 6:00AM-2:00AM, 365 days a year.  

There is a daily Mincha Maariv Sunday – Thursday Bizmana. For Vayeitzei Mincha is at 4:30 and Maariv at 5:30. At this point there will only be a minyan when no Sefer Torah is required.*

Be m’zakeh es harabbim with your dedication or donation!
Information is available on our website:  www.YagdilTorah.org or call 347-223-5943.

* When Yagdil Torah opened the doors of its Heichal HaLimud eleven years ago, it was decided to emphasize learning exclusively, from 6:00am- 2:00am each and every day of the year, with our user-focused library, comfortable Heichal Hallimud and light snacks.

Recently, with the well attended number of attendees and the evolution of the Heichal, Yagdil Torah has decided to include davening- a chazzan and one minyan per tefillah (starting with the schedule mentioned above)- as a way to attract more people. We expect that once someone stops in, they’ll stay to learn or else come back at another time. In particular, learning chassidus before shacharis (iy”h a shacharis is in the works) is a great way to prepare for davening and the day ahead.

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