Monday-Friday, 6:15 AM

A kollel is a place for advanced study of rabbinic literature and the Talmud that involves full-time study. The word kollel is Hebrew for "collection" or "gathering" of scholars. Our Morning Kollel is open from 6:15 AM to 7:00 AM.

We offer the following classes: Daf Yomi (page of Talmud a day), Amud Yomi (half page a day), In-depth study of Talmud "Makkos", Mishna Berurah (Jewiwhs Law), Weekly Torah portion with Rashi

The Kollel is dedicated by Eli and Baila Berkovich in memory of Eli's father Zev Volf ben Meir

Monday and Wednesday nights at Heritage

We say different brochos (blessings) on different types of food we eat.
The class is taught on a beginner and advanced level (including original halachic sources).

Learn the proper blessing and become an expert in praising Hashem!

Pre-Shabbos night of learning and socializing

Come to enjoy hot cholent (Jewish traditional food) and other delicacies while getting deeper knowledge in weekly Torah portion, page of Talmud or Hebrew language.

There is a separate Mishmar Junior program for teenage boys led by Rabbi Zuckerman

Monthly gathering for women

For women, Rosh Chodesh, the first day of the new month, is considered a mini-holiday as a reward for not having been willing to participate in the sin of the Golden Calf.

Women had the ability to see beyond the very frightening situation the Jewish people experienced after Moses went up to receive the Torah and tarried on his way back.

Like the moon, becoming brighter and bigger only after it disappears completely into darkness, they knew that better times were on the way. It was impossible to them that God would leave them stranded after having just received the Torah 40 days earlier. They were willing to believe in the power of renewal and trust God no matter how difficult things seemed.

This event is organized in the beginning of every Jewish month. It is held in different locations and has different guest speakers.

For the upcoming event contact our office at

As baalei teshuva, our parenting journey holds unique challenges.

"How to Talk So Kids Will Listen" is a terrific book. But as Jewish parents, we're not value-neutral. We have a specific, beautiful heritage that we want to pass on to our kids. We want to raise children who are deeply committed Jews, with a genuine love for Yiddishkeit.

Finding a blueprint for this task is tough. We often can't rely on our own parents' methods.  And we can't simply mirror our friends. They themselves might be on similar journeys.

We crave a clear, practical roadmap to raise balanced, well-adjusted children, continually inspired by their Yiddishkeit.

That's where "Spare the Child'' by Rabbi Yechiel Yaakovson comes in. This book distills Rabbi Yaakovson's decades of chinuch experience into a structured approach for raising children who find their own motivation in Yiddishkeit. It's not just about day-to-day instructions, but shaping the mindset and character of a Jewish parent.

This class meets Tuesdays, 8:45 PM

Hebrew classes for all levels

From Aleph Bet to grammar. From conversational Hebrew to sacred texts

Tuesdays and Wednesday at Heritage

Contact our office for details.

The Challenge

It’s hard to find time and develop a passion for learning when your schedule is booked tight.

The Transformation

Our unique learning method makes Talmud an enjoyable and memorable part of your day and life!

Monday and Wednesdays nights at Heritage.

Contact our office for details.