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There are many Baalei Teshuvah who have begun the path of Avodas Hashem, yet were unable to attend yeshivah for a significant time period. While there exists a large infrastructure dedicated to the first phase of their development, few avenues exist to help them grow further. A program is needed which caters to their individual needs within the context of their full-time responsibilities.
Our Mission is to create a chaburah dedicated to helping Baalei Teshuvah in all aspects of their Avodas Hashem. Through the support of a warm, unified community, we will achieve higher levels of Torah learning and closeness to Hakodosh Baruch Hu.
Rabbi Yehudah Canter, MSc is the Rosh HaYeshivah of Yeshivas Kabtzeinu Yachad. Rabbi Canter has studied with many of the luminaries of the Jewish world, both in Israel and in England, particularly Rav Yitzchak Berkovits, Rav Noach Orlowek, and Rav Chaim Mordechai Zahn. Upon arriving in England, Rabbi Canter learned in Whitefield Kollel for ten years where in addition to his full time sedarim, he was involved in giving shiurim to the wider community. Rabbi Canter is presently a magid shiur in Yeshivas Shiras HaTorah and teaches as well in Yeshivas Darchei Torah. He holds a Masters Degree in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and has helped numerous clients through a variety of personal difficulties. He has taught Hashkopha and Gemara for Seed, the Whitefield Forum, Mesivta Ohel Yosef Yitzhak, and various other beginners programs. He has a particular love for helping his talmidim experience the depth of Torah.
“Having seen the development of Baalei Teshuvah over many years, it appears to me that this program will provide a solid alternative to those who are unable to attend a full-time yeshivah. Rabbi Canter has an excellent basis in learning as well as bringing out the best in his talmidim.”
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A one year (40 week) program, all classes will be in person and on Zoom.