Rav Kfir is one of our esteemed Sefardi talmidei chachamim, and he teaches a wide range of topics to our Sefardi talmidim, all while focusing on Sefardi halacha l’maaseh.
I Want The Truth – Rav Mordechai Burg
Rav Burg teaches one of the more popular classes in the yeshiva, demanding students think for themselves as they discover the truth about Judaism, life, and the Hashem’s wisdom.
Rav Glanz’s Tefillah class is revolutionary for all those who are interested in reshaping the way they daven to Hashem. Ask any talmid who’s taken it – Rav Glanz will transform your davening for the rest of your life, guaranteed.
Anybody with any exposure to Rav Zucker is instantly impacted by the example of righteousness that Rav Zucker displays. His encyclopedic knowledge allows him to draw on sources from the Gemara, Midrash, and Chassidus, as he paints a picture of today’s generation.
Appreciate the spiritual, political, sociological, geographic and topographic influences in the famous stories that shaped our Nation here in the Holyland. Experience the Navi come alive, as we incorporate field trips to the places here in Eretz Yisrael about which we are learning. Learn it, see it, live it!
Ever want to write your own mezuzah, or megillah? Rav Kfir can show you how to do exactly that! Every year we use one of our talmidim’s megillot on Purim, an amazing zechus!
Rav Burg delves into the deeper aspects of our faith, looking at apparent contradictions and clarifying difficult mitzvos’s meanings as he makes his way through a vast array of sources.
Anybody who’s taken a Rav Steinherz class will tell you – anything and everything is on the docket. Rav Steinherz gives his own hashkafa with incredible flavor, making this easily one of the most popular classes in yeshiva.
Rav Zucker gives our talmidim a chassidish take on the Parsha and the Moadim, drawing from a vast well of knowledge about the spiritual side of Yiddishkeit to impart strong messages on the boys.
While the Rosh Yeshiva is well-versed in all areas of halacha, one of his areas of expertise is Hilchos Shabbos. Carefully explaining each melacha in a clear, concise manner, Rav Isaacson imbues the yeshiva with a sense of strong Shmiras Shabbos K’Hilchasa through this important class.
Rav Rybak delves into the commentaries on each parshat hashavua, helping our talmidim gain a level of competence and confidence in reading rishonim al haparsha.
Our night seder features shiurim on a wide range of different topics, from parsha to hashkafa to halacha to chassidus. What do you want to learn? The choice is yours!
Rav Zvi gives a text-heavy Parsha shiur, with the idea that every talmid should be able to ask a question on the parsha and look up a potential answer. He forces talmidim to read commentaries that run the gamut, from Rishonim to Achronim to Midrashim to Gemaras, with the goal that they start to feel comfortable looking up a given text. Students at the end of the year are able to feel like they have the skills and ability to research any pasuk in the Torah, which gives them an incredible sense of confidence and self-accomplishment.
Rav Chaggai gives talmidim a unique insight into the Torat Eretz Yisrael of Rav Kook, using his breadth of knowledge to compliment vast works like the Orot series and Rav Kook’s various hashkafa sefarim.
Rav Hirschel asks our talmidim to take a “reality-check,” through this inquisitive and informative shiur.
Every Tuesday, the boys have off in the afternoon, in order to recharge their batteries. They come back for our awesome Tuesday night program, which features Maariv at 8:00, followed by the Rosh Yeshiva’s sicha, and then vaad. The Rosh Yeshiva’s sicha is the highlight of the week, touching on contemporary topics, mussar, and a general hashkafas hachaim from the Rosh Yeshiva. Afterwards, the boys go to their various vaadim – informal learning sessions at the on-campus rebbeim’s houses. Homecooked food is served, and the boys have the opportunity to discuss any issue they want in an informal and comfortable setting.
The second half of night seder features a unique opportunity for our talmidim – the chance to learn one-on-one with a Shana Bet Talmid or Madrich, or the opportunity to learn one-on-three with a night seder rebbe. This opportunity results in closeknit kesharim being built throughout the yeshiva, as well as the chance to cover some serious ground, whether it be in halacha, gemara, or hashkafa.
After Night Seder is over, then the real learning begins! Boys are encouraged (but definitely not forced!) to stay as long as they like, doing whatever learning they like! Monday nights are special in Mevaseret, as Rav Glanz rolls out his Monday Night Munchies program, which is exactly what it sounds like! Kugel & chulent, Shwarma, even Sushi – you never know what food is coming… only that it is!
Mishmar is run by Rav Daniel Steinherz, who gives what he calls a “Shana Bet Tisch,” even though it is open to any Shana Alef talmid who is ready to take the plunge. Rav Steinherz goes through the meaning of the zemiros, the parsha, and other themes of shabbos as the boys munch on his specialty, the Rebbetzin’s famous BBQ wings.