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  • Shabbos & HolidaysHands-on Shabbos and Yom tov experiences compliment classroom learning. Students are hosted by local families and prepare "in" meals at the dorm.
  • Devoted MentorsThrough one-on-one learning and conversations,
    experienced mentors help students define their direction and explore their goals
  • Hebrew SkillsGain proficiency in the Hebrew Language. Basic reading through Chumash and commentary. Classes are personalized to every level.
  • Dynamic ClassesPassionate and devoted instructors utilize interactive learning methods to teach a broad range of topics.
Winter Program

Learn, Love, Live Judaism in the heart of Crown Heights

Taste of Yeshiva

Join us for 1-3 weeks of your choice to experience real learning for real life.

About
Machon L'Yahadus is a full time yeshiva for women at all points on their Jewish journey who have a genuine desire to study and grow.
Courses range from basic Hebrew to the Torah’s deepest mystical teachings.
Textual studies, skills classes, traditional one-on-one (chavrusa-style) learning, dynamic lectures, and soul-stirring workshops round out the curriculum.
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Shabbat & Holidays
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Brooklyn, NY 11213
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Jun. 4 - Jun. 6
Daily Thought
Look deeply within each person you encounter, no matter how brilliant or dull, refined or crude, righteous or wicked you judge this person to be. Beyond their clothes, beyond their skin, beyond their behavior, beyond their words. Beyond the emotions they show, the personality in which they dress, past whatever masks they don to conceal their inner woes. Look deeply and see the vicious war each one fights inside, the battle to remain human in a maddening world—a world you will never know, for no two of us are placed in the same world and no two of us confront the same challenges— —the sickness at knowing one’s own failures and...