The Greater Washington Community Kollel was founded to be a home for all Jews, to inspire both scholar and beginner, and to educate the affiliated and unaffiliated through authentic Torah study. The Kollel strives to radiate Torah and Jewish values throughout Greater Washington area.
Regular Kollel classes are now on summer break and will resume, with Hashem's help, on Sunday, August 22.
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Sundays 6:30pm - Parsha Explorations - Rabbi Y. Grossman
Online: https://zoom.us/j/6558131022 Password: 365636 Dial-in: (301) 715-8592, with ID 655 813 1022
Wednesdays 9:00pm - Reading Responsa - Rabbi Y. Grossman
Online: https://zoom.us/j/7464552195 Password: Learn Dial-in: 301-715-8592 Meeting ID: 746 455 2195
Partners in Torah
Learn the topic of your choice one-on-one with a Kollel Scholar. Contact the Kollel for more information.
Inspiring and Nourishing
The Kollel offers many learning opportunities for both men and women, beginner and advanced alike. See our programs page for more details.
The Kollel is actively involved in many community wide events, such as Chanukah and Purim Mesibas, Father and Son Learning, Pirchei and Bnos.
The Kollel’s mission is twofold: Firstly, to develop Rabbinic scholars who are deeply knowledgeable in Jewish law and custom,
and well-qualified to serve as effective leaders and educators in Greater Washington. Secondly, to engage the community and to
inspire and educate both the young and old, affiliated and unaffiliated, scholar and beginner alike, through the power of Torah
study, our heritage.
To achieve these two objectives, the Kollel operates on two parallel, complementary levels. It is a place of Jewish learning where our carefully selected, fully trained Kollel Scholars continue in intensive Torah study. In addition, these scholars devote themselves to reaching out to the community, teaching, educating, and inspiring. The Kollel has extensive classes and programs which run the gamut of the Jewish experience including advanced and beginner Talmud, Jewish ethics and morality, prayer, and self-improvement.
The Kollel has reached hundreds of men and women with classes in D.C., Kemp Mill, Rockville, Potomac, and White Oak. Our Kollel scholars have managed to touch the lives of many, teaching how the Torah applies to everyday lives and enriching the spectrum of our existence from effective parenting and happy marriages, to our conduct in business and society, and living a life of happiness and meaning.
Our alumni, true to our mission, are already enriching Greater Washington as well-respected educators and outreach professionals.