Rabbi Arye D. Gordon
The San Fernando Valley’s well-established yeshiva, Ner Aryeh, has experienced growth in its student body, but many businessman professionals, college students, and retirees in the Valley Village area also expressed a desire to be part of its outpouring of lomdei Torah. They were looking to the yeshiva to establish the kollel boker morning program, and now they have.
It’s been over a month now since Ner Aryeh’s Kollel Boker got underway. Rabbi Benyomin Lieberman, Dean and one of the Roshei Yeshiva of Ner Aryeh, is running and teaching in the program which is learning meseches yevamos. Over a dozen people are now participating in the program.
When asked about the program, college student Yakov Schoen replied, “I feel the benefits of learning in a chabura at Ner Aryeh before going out into the college world. It is an enriching experience.”
Long-time community member, Ted Serles, exclaimed, “I love learning in the morning with my chavrusa in a beis midrash full of people.”
Businessman Aron Moas added, “I really feel it helps my day in business when I start the day learning.”
Ner Aryeh Kollel Boker welcomes newcomers to join one of the many shiurim that they are offering between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. For more information call 818-509-5909.