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Rabbi Shurin & Rabbi Karlinsky will be Toronto this Shabbat and Sunday!

On Shabbat Rabbi Karlinsky will be speaking:

Village Shul after Shacharit, at 11:10 AM
1072 Eglinton Avenue West, Forest Hill

Shiur for men and women at Shomrai Shabbos, at 5:00 PM, followed by mincha, 585 Glengrove Avenue West, Viewmount

Shiur for men and women at Shaarei Shomayim, at 7:15 PM, 470 Glencairn Avenue, Viewmount

Seuda Shlishit at Shomrai Shabbos, at 8:40 PM
585 Glengrove Avenue West, Viewmount

ON SUNDAY AT 4 PM
Alumni and their families are invited to join Rabbi Karlinsky and Rabbi Shurin for a barbecue at the home of Ben and Pnina Feintuch on Hillmount Avenue in Viewmount

Please RSVP to emuna@darchenoam.org by Wednesday, May 23rd (so we know how much food to order!).
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Rabbi Shurin & Rabbi Karlinsky will be Toronto this Shabbat and Sunday!

On Shabbat Rabbi Karlinsky will be speaking:

Village Shul after Shacharit, at 11:10 AM
1072 Eglinton Avenue West, Forest Hill

Shiur for men and women at Shomrai Shabbos, at 5:00 PM, followed by mincha, 585 Glengrove Avenue West, Viewmount

Shiur for men and women at Shaarei Shomayim, at 7:15 PM, 470 Glencairn Avenue, Viewmount

Seuda Shlishit at Shomrai Shabbos, at 8:40 PM
585 Glengrove Avenue West, Viewmount

ON SUNDAY AT 4 PM
Alumni and their families are invited to join Rabbi Karlinsky and Rabbi Shurin for a barbecue at the home of Ben and Pnina Feintuch on Hillmount Avenue in Viewmount

Please RSVP to emuna@darchenoam.org by Wednesday, May 23rd (so we know how much food to order!).
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Would you like a share of this mitzvah? One of the highlights of our year is our annual Yom Yerushalaim Tiyul. For the past number of years our students have greatly enjoyed and appreciated the opportunity to explore sites that are not as commonly visited on standard tours of the Old City. Led by the all the star Rav Simcha Hochbaum, our students visit sites such as the Kotel HaKatan, Ateret Yerushalyim Yeshiva and the Kidron Valley...as well as visiting the Zilberman family living in the "Muslim Quarter." Being in the Old City on Yom Yerushalayim is exhilarating, inspiring and unforgettable. Because of increased costs (particularly in the area of security- we are required to bring 4 armed escorts!) we are turning to our alumni and friends to see who would be willing to be a sponsor or partial sponsor for this important experience. The cost of the trip is $1,000/ NIS 3600. If you can take a portion of this wonderful opportunity to forever connect our students to the Old City of Yerushalayim, please send a private message or put a note in the comments below. ... See MoreSee Less

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Shavuah tov! This week we are pleased to present the second in Rabbi Yitzchak Lerner's series of mini-shiurim, "Getting Ready for Shavuot." ... See MoreSee Less

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Classic Daf Kesher – Parshat Bechukotai – Israel – Parshat Behar- Chu”l – 5779

Shapell’s/Darche Noam brings you the weekly Daf Kesher, featuring a faculty article, guided text study, and Dvar Torah on the weekly parsha.…

Meet the 4th David Shapell Memorial Couples Fellowship Winners

David Shapell z”l Memorial Married Couples Fellows for 5780/ 2019-20: Simcha and Sabrina Brick Shapell’s/ Darche Noam is excited to announce that…

Thank you SO much!!

We deeply appreciate your gift to our matching campaign. Together we raised over $392,000 in scholarship funds, over 108% of our goal,…

Mr. David Shapell z”l Yahrzeit Holocaust Education Lectures

Students, faculty and alumni of Shapell’s/Yeshiva Darché Noam and Midreshet Rachel vChaya honored the memory of Mr. David Shapell z”l at an…

Shapell’s and Midreshet Rachel by the numbers

4412
Alumni Since 1978
 
29
Countries with Alumni
 
50
Average MRC Student Body
 
4:1
MRC student to faculty ratio