Community Night Seder 2017-12-05T02:09:54+00:00

Community Night Seder

YGSB engages in an ongoing partnership with the South Bend community to promote the growth of our Talmidim, as well as to create a Makom Torah where all feel welcome. Nowhere is this more evident than during our Wednesday Night Seder, in which many community members come together to learn in our Bais Medrash. While Kollel Erev members learn the Yeshiva Masechta on a nightly basis and are scheduled to complete Maseches Sukkah together with our Talmidim, Wednesday Night Seder encourages all community

members to come and learn the Limud of their choice. In addition, this Night Seder provides fathers the opportunity to review the previous week’s Bekius Limud with their sons. We feel fortunate to be in such close proximity to Hebrew Orthodox Congregation, under the guidance of Rabbi Meir Bulman, and the South Bend community Kollel, headed by Rabbi Rafael Pollack. In addition, we have great Hakaras Hatov to the entire community for the support that they show, as well the great interest that they show in the growth of our Talmidim.

YGSB engages in an ongoing partnership with the South Bend community to promote the growth of our Talmidim, as well as to create a Makom Torah where all feel welcome. Nowhere is this more evident than during our Wednesday Night Seder, in which many community members come together to learn in our Bais Medrash. While Kollel Erev members learn the Yeshiva Masechta on a nightly basis and are scheduled to complete Maseches Sukkah together with our Talmidim, Wednesday Night Seder encourages all community members to come and learn the Limud of their choice.

In addition, this Night Seder provides fathers the opportunity to review the previous week’s Bekius Limud with their sons. We feel fortunate to be in such close proximity to Hebrew Orthodox Congregation, under the guidance of Rabbi Meir Bulman, and the South Bend community Kollel, headed by Rabbi Rafael Pollack. In addition, we have great Hakaras Hatov to the entire community for the support that they show, as well the great interest that they show in the growth of our Talmidim.