A new Yeshiva will cater to Chassidishe bochurim who wish to maintain high standards of learning and Yiras Shomayim, but find the standard full-day yeshiva schedule challenging. It will be under the guidance of veteran mechanchim Rabbis Dovid Kahanov and Zev Cadaner.
Chinuch is a lot like cutting diamonds; every child is a gem but has to be polished in a way that will make them shine best.
In recent years there has been a blessed growth in the world of yeshivos with more yeshivos opening to cater to bochurim with varying needs and styles. But there was still one type of yeshiva missing.
To fill that gap, Yeshivas Chayolei Beis Dovid was established, under the guidance of veteran mechanchim Rabbi Dovid Kahanov and Rabbi Zev Cadaner.
Located on a beautiful campus in Pennsylvania’s Pocono mountains, Chayolei Beis Dovid aims to be a “mainstream” yeshiva, catering to Chassidishe bochurim who wish to maintain high standards of learning, Yiras Shomayim, and Chassidishe hanhagah, but find the standard full-day yeshiva schedule challenging.
The yeshiva offers a daily learning schedule that’s fully in line with Tomchei Temimim values, focusing on halacha lma’asee and Chassidus learned in a manner that will help the talmidim be ehrliche Yidden, happy with their Yiddishkeit and strong in their hiskashrus to Rebbe.
Several hours a day will be dedicated to vocational activities, offering tracks of carpentry and electrical work taught by skilled ehrliche teachers in a Chassidishe atmosphere.
Registration to Yeshivas Chayolei Beis Dovid of the Poconos is now open to serious Chassidishe bochurim who wish to learn Torah and do mitzvos b’simcha with excellent gashmiyusdike and ruchniusdike conditions.
Hurry to apply, as spaces are limited.
For more information and to register, please email: [email protected]
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Amazing! Why are they only teaching carpentry and electrical work – why not computer repair, programming, etc i.e. more generic and in-demand skills?
It’s about time there was a Yeshivah where not learning a full day doesn’t mean you have to compromise on Chassidishe behavior & standards!
Is there a phone number to call?
Want to get more information from a live person 🙂
Would be very greatfull if you can please respond with one.
Is this a yeshiva ketana or gedolah?