Three Ordained by 770’s Demanding Dayanus Program

After spending thousands of hours and completing sixteen tests on all major parts of Shulchan Aruch, Rabbis Shmaya Krinsky, Ahron Liberow and Yenon Kupchick were the first to complete 770’s four-year Dayanus program.

By Anash.org reporter
Photos: Avraham Elkabets/Anash.org

After spending thousands of hours of learning over the past four years, and successfully completing sixteen tests on all major parts of Shulchan Aruch, Rabbis Shmaya Krinsky, Ahron Liberow and Yenon Kupchick were the first to complete 770’s four-year Dayanus program.

The major achievement was celebrated on the night of Tes Kislev, birthday and yahrtzeit of the Mitteler Rebbe, with a special farbrengn joined by the Yeshiva’s Hanhala.

This revolutionary program starting a few years ago with a small group of Bochurim receiving periodical Shiurim from Rosh Yeshiva of 77 Rabbi Zalman Labkowsky, with Rabbi Yaakov Gurwitz serving as the group’s Meishiv.

With the help of a generous donor, the program has grown to include dozens of Bochurim and Yungerlight learning in 770 and in the various Kollel’s around Crown Heights and beyond. The trio are the first of the group to achieve this milestone, more are expected to reach this milestone in the coming year.

The program is currently under a new administration and is open to the general public, including Shluchim and businessmen who are looking for a structure in their learning of Halacha. There will be an option for remote testing and Shiurim via Zoom.

The program curriculum includes the following Halachos:
Orach Chaim: Krias Sefer Torah, Netilas Yodaim, Betzias Hapas, Brachos Shebiseudah, Mayim Achronim, Birkas Hamazon, Birkas Hapeiros, Seder Birkas Hanehenin, Shabbos and Eiruvin.

Yoreh Deah: Melicha, Basar Bechalav, Taarovos, Maacholei Akum, Hechsher Keilim, Nosen Taam Lipgam, Ribis and Mikvaos.
Even Haezer: Priyah Urviah (Yuchsin and Agunos), Kidushin and Gittin.

Choshen Mishpat: Dayanim, Eidus, Toen Venitan and Nachalos.
As well as portions of various Seforim relevant to the above topics.

For registration and for dedication opportunities they can be reached at yodinyodin770@gmail.com.

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