Our Rosh HaYeshiva, Rabbi Yisroel Chait, gives the most advanced level Gemara shiur.
Rabbi Pesach Chait, Rabbi Zev Cinamon and Rabbi E. Feder offer shiurim for different levels, from beginner to advanced. These shiurim cover Gemara, Hashkafa and Halacha. Our rebbeim take an interest in the development and well-being of the talmidim, making themselves available for help, advice or to share a Shabbos meal. The Yeshiva is a warm inclusive environment where strong Rebbe/talmid relationships form that last a lifetime.
Menahel Emeritus, Rabbi Reuven Mann, continues giving his shiurim for women by phone from Phoenix, AZ. Contact us above to learn more. Enjoy his weekly D'var Torah on his Facebook page.
Rabbi Israel Chait
Rabbi Chait founded Yeshiva Bnei Torah in 1971 to bring the teachings and methodology of Torah learning that he had learned from his Rabbeim, Rav Moshe Feinstein ZT”L and Rav Yosef Dov Soloveitchick ZT”L, to a new generation of Talmidim. Known for his deep insights in Halacha and Hashkafa and for his ability to convey those ideas in a clear
and accessible manner, Rabbi Chait’s Shiurim are enjoyed the world over. His ideas and teachings have impacted the lives of hundreds of Talmidim, many of whom continue to maintain a close relationship with their “Rebbi” to this day. Rabbi Chait gives the highest level Gemara Shiur in
the Yeshiva, a community Shiur on Shabbos, and a weekly Question and Answer session during which the younger talmidim have an opportunity to ask questions in a warm and open environment.
Rabbi Reuven Mann
Rabbi Mann and Rabbi Chait founded our yeshiva. They have been beacons of Torah education for hundreds of talmidim. For many decades, Rabbi Mann taught the second level shiur, where each morning he would explore Rambam's Mishne Torah. Friday's included engaging chumash shiurim. The remainder of the week focused on gemara, ranging from Nezikin to Moade and many other mesechtas. Rabbi Mann's clarity and insight held talmidims' attention and generated great interest.
Rabbi Mann now resides in Phoenix, from where he continues to give women's shiurim. He continues to write his weekly D'var Torah on the Parsha, available on his Facebook page. Many of his talmidim are still in weekly contact, visiting him and seeking his continued guidance.
Rabbi Pesach Chait
The Rosh HaYeshiva’s son, Rabbi Pesach Chait, has been a Rebbi in Yeshiva Bnei Torah since 1997. Rav Pesach, who teaches the Yeshiva’s daily intermediate Gemara Shiur, also gives a weekly nighttime Hashkafa Shiur, a weekly Bekuis Chabura and coordinates the Yeshiva’s Sunday morning learning program. Rav Pesach oversees every aspect of the
Yeshiva’s programming and insures that the needs of every talmid are properly met. He is always available to counsel and guide Talmidim whether it is with their learning, personal issues or philosophical questions. Rabbi Chait also holds a JD from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
Rabbi Zev Cinamon
Recognized for his commitment and dedication to every talmid, Rabbi Cinamon gives a daily Halacha shiur and the Yeshiva’s beginner level Gemorah shiur. Previously a popular Rebbi at the Rambam Mesivta and then at the Yeshiva Gedolah of West Hempstead which he headed, Rabbi
Cinamon has authored multiple seforim, contributed to numerous Torah publications and gives weekly shiurim throughout the community including a number of well attended “Lunch and Learn” classes for local professionals. Rabbi Cinamon studied in Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh and
then spent many years learning at the Yeshiva where he received smicha from the Rosh Yeshiva, Rav Yisroel Chait Shlit”a. He also holds a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School and is a practicing attorney.
Rabbi Dr. E. Feder
Known for his clear analytical presentation and dedication to teaching talmidim to develop their own skills, Rabbi Feder gives a daily Gemorah shiur during the Yeshiva’s afternoon seder. Rabbi Feder also gives a
popular Tuesday night shiur to local baalei batim. After learning at the Yeshiva for many years, Rabbi Feder received both Yoreh Yoreh and Yadin Yadin smichos from the Rosh Yeshiva, Rav Yisroel Chait Shlit”a. Rabbi Feder previously taught at Rambam Mesivta and is an associate professor of Mathematics and an active researcher in the field of graph theory.
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