We Invite Everyone to come join in this Beautiful Event!
Every year we end off the zman on a spiritual and emotional high as the boys conclude their last moments with a siyum to celebrate their accomplishments
Rabbi Laniado was advised by Hagaon Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky shlita to make a “Yom Kippur Katan” on the last day of the month and recite the customary prayers.
Part of the Lev Aharon mission is to teach the boys the mitzvot of chessed and accomplishing for the Jewish people
For the Shabbat after Lag Ba’omer, the Yeshiva went to Hadera for a shabbaton
Aryeh Benguira, is presently our only student from Outremont, Montreal.
Every year, during the final weeks in yeshiva, Rabbi Ezra Dayan and Rabbi Shimon Sussi take our Shana-Bet boys up north to visit the Holy graves of the Sages
Rabbi Laniado arranged for the entire yeshiva and staff, to pray shacharit at the Kotel
The new zman got off to a fine start with the boys eager to return to their learning.
For the first time in history, Lev Aharon spread its wings and brought the light of Lev to England as well!
Yeshivat Lev Aharon held some monumental events over the Pesach break, here are the highlights.
No one can deny that it’s hard to wake up early for Shacharit (and stay awake the whole seder too!)
The Yeshiva was honored to host Hagaon Harav Chaim Mintz shlita, founder and spiritual leader of the world famous Oorah kiruv organization.
When Aharon Cohen, a star player on our baseball team, hit a home run in the first game (at his first at-bat!), no one was surprised.
Rabbi Nosson Adler, the “Champion of Tiyulim”, arranged an action packed schedule with the most exciting activities in Israel!
One of the illustrious Tzaddikim of the past generation was the great Baba Sali zt”l, Rabbi Yisrael Abuchatzeira.
Rosh Yeshiva of Magen Avraham, Rabbi Yosef Churba Shlita, came to visit and the excitement was palpable.
Our greatest pride and joy is the opportunity to celebrate our students' achievements
Ezra Sasson, John Uzan, and Robbie Setton deliver words of Torah preparing for Shavuot.
On Erev Lag Baomer, the Yeshiva celebrated a beautiful lighting ceremony