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Regular Davening Times
6:15 AM – Mizrachi Beit Midrash
7:30 AM – Beit HaRav
7:00 AM and 8:00 AM
Mincha / Maariv
Erev Shabbat Mincha
5:30pm – Beit HaRav
Shacharit Times: Early Morning Minyan
7:30 AM- Beit Avraham
8:15 AM- Mizrachi Beit Midrash
9:00 AM – Beit HaRav
Bnei Akiva Minyan
9:20 AM – Beit Avraham
5:15 PM – Mizrachi Beit Midrash
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Shavuot with Rabbi Asulin
Torah brings unity – really? Many know the Pasuk (Shemot 19:1): “וַיִּֽחַן־שָׁ֥ם יִשְׂרָאֵ֖ל נֶ֥גֶד הָהָֽר” – “and Israel encamped there opposite the mountain”. Known is Rashi’s comment on the word
Shavuot with Rabbi Friedman
The Torah describes Shavuot as the day in which Bikkurim were brought to Yerushalayim. What is the significance of Bikkurim nowadays, especially when there remains no obligation to offer Bikkurim
Shavuot with Rabbi Altman
Shavuot is perhaps the most misunderstood of the chagim. In a world bereft of the Beit Hamikdash, it has no specific Torah mandated rituals, and therefore the chag is primarily
Rabbi Avraham Tanzer Z”tl was the founding Rabbi and spiritual leader since 1963 of the Glenhazel Area Hebrew Congregation and Yeshiva College School along with his wife, Rebbetzin Marcia Tanzer.
The Beit Mordechai Campus Kollel’s rapid growth over the last fourteen years is testament to the calibre of Torah leaders and scholars guiding the institution forward.
Yeshiva Mizrachi offers a variety of programmes catering to our diverse community.
We have activities, events and services for children ages 3-12 years, that the children absolutely love!
Supervised Play: 9:15AM – 9:45AM
Childrens Service: 9:45AM – 11:00AM
Established in 1985 as the ﬁrst Johannesburg mikvah outside of Yeoville, it continues to serve many women in our community. The mikvah is state of the art with each bathroom having its own toilet, bath and shower, heating and air conditioning and all supplies that women may need are provided.
Mizrachi is the global Religious Zionist movement, spreading Torat Eretz Yisrael across the world and strengthening the bond between the international Jewish community and the State of Israel. Mizrachi inspires people with a sense of commitment to the Torah, the Jewish people and the Land of Israel.