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Congregation Beth Aaron Hosts Scholar in Residence

(Courtesy of Congregation Beth Aaron) This Shabbat, July 7, Rabbi Chaim Eisenstein, a YU faculty member at the Gruss Kollel in Jerusalem, will be the scholar-in-residence at Congregation Beth Aaron. Following Musaf, he will discuss “The Heart of the Three Weeks: Processing the Halacha and Machshava of this Challenging Period.” At 7:05 p.m., his topic will be “The Majesty of Shabbat in the Thought of Rav Soloveichik and Chassidut,” and, following Mincha, he will offer a shiur, “Highlights from the RIETS Israel Kollel: The Top 10 of Hilchot Basar bi-Chalav.”

Rav Chaim Eisenstein is a sought-after lecturer on Chassidut, Shalom Bayit, Chinuch ha-Banim and Avodat Hashem. He was educated at Yeshivas Torah Temimah, Yeshiva Torah Vodaas, YU and Teacher’s College at Columbia University, and received his semicha from RIETS in 2000 as a member of the Kollel Elyon. After making aliyah in 2004, Rav Eisenstein taught at Yeshivat Netiv Aryeh and, in 2008, joined the YU faculty at the Gruss Kollel. Rav Eisenstein authored the Netios Chaim, which was published by RIETS in 2014, and his lectures reach worldwide audiences via YUTorah.org and TorahAnytime.com.

Congregation Beth Aaron is located at 950 Queen Anne Road in Teaneck.

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