In honor of the recent Siyum Hashas, Lev Aharon took our boys to the gala event geared to English speakers living in Israel.
Charles Bailey is one of our most beloved Shana Bet Students.
Our very own Rabbi Aberbach is a tremendous Talmid Chacham who, besides being a full time Rabbi in Lev Aharon, also gives a daily Daf Yomi shiur in Bayit Ve’Gan
Lev Aharon was lucky to host a Sheva Brachot for Rabbi Dayan's daughter...
The reception for Rabbi Yishais Rabi’s son David’s bar mitzva took place on the night after the fast of Asarah B’tevet...
Rabbi Yishai Rabi definitely has a musical soul. Besides being a talented guitarist and a beautiful singer...
Michael Shlomo is our beloved Av Bayit. As an alumnus of Lev Aharon he knows what it’s like to be a teenager...
Chacham Ezra Dayan married off his daughter this week, on the same night that the Americans in Israel held their Siyum Hashas.
As a final farewell to the holy days of Chanukah there is a traditional, kabbalistic custom known as “Seraifat Haptilot” the burning of the wicks.
Every year on the first night of Chanukah, we take our boys to the homes of some of the great Tzaddikim of the generation.
This week, we took a two-day excursion down south to the Negev.
As always, one of the highlights of our Chanukah celebration is the opportunity for the Rabbi’s to host students in their homes.
Our dream, our hope and our greatest aspiration is that our students should learn not just to learn Torah but to personify Torah.
The process of growth and development in a Yeshiva is usually gradual. One does not reach maturity overnight.
Losing your wallet is never fun but when Avi Ben Dayan lost his, it couldn’t have been at a worse time.