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Here is an opportunity to
do something that will

 

Change Your Life!

 

Find Your Niche

Our yeshiva offers a full day program including some evening sessions throughout the week.  The daily program runs from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. 

 

The yeshiva accommodates those with previous learning experience and enthusiasts with little or no background.  Many of the classes are attended by community members as well.  Our program includes a wide range of classes in Chumash, Mishnah, Gemara, Hashkafa, Mussar and Kaballah.

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DONATION

Our Rabbis teach us that the most important Mitzvah one can perform is the study of Torah because it embraces all the Mitzvahs. 

 

One of the Twelve Tribes, Zevulun, supported his brother Yissaschar to share in the merit of his Torah. 

 

Especially for those unable to commit much time to the study of Torah, the merit of supporting Torah is enormous in this world and the world to come.

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HOSTING

HOST:

  • A SHIUR

  • A DAY OF LEARNING

  • DAF YOMI

 

One can host a shiur on various topics in the Yeshiva or in private homes, on-line, or a lecture series from guest speakers using our facility. 

 

One can host a day of learning. 

Any of these would be appropriate to celebrate a Yortzeit, a memorial day, for a loved one or for a Refuah shleimah for someone ill needing a speedy recovery or even just for an anniversary or birthday celebration.  

 

Contact the Yeshiva for further information.

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KADDISH

Sometimes it is difficult for a family member to commit himself, for a year, to say kaddish for a loved one. 

 

The Yeshiva provides a replacement to recite the kaddish daily at each prayer.

 

Rabbi Gold Shlita who has been praying daily at the holy Kotel, the Western Wall at the Neitz Minyan, the earliest prayer in the morning for more than thirty years, will commit for those who desire a kaddish recited at this most holy place. 

In addition, Rabbi Gold learns Mishnayot for the deceased. 

This is a most important tikun rectification for the decease's soul. 

 

Actually the word נשמה which is the Hebrew word for soul becomes משנה Mishna when the order of the letter's change. 

 

For more information contact the Yeshiva.

Find a new dimension in LEARNING

Yeshivas Rabbi Akiva

2/3 HaMeshorarim

Old City Jerusalem

Israel 97500

Tel: 054-636-7868

Fax: 123-456-7890

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