Being Mesayem Shisha Sidrei Mishnah With Pirchei Agudas Yisroel

Pirchei Agudas Yisroel’s Annual Shas Awards Presentation took place Sunday, June 11th, at Agudas Yisroel of Madison. Twenty out of 30 boys nationwide were awarded a peninim shas as an award for being mesayem shisha sidrei mishna lichvod habar mitzva. Most of the mesayemim were tested on all of Shisha Read More

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Rashi: Questions of the week 1. Which animals from the Korbanos brought by the Nesi’m allude to the Avos HaKedoshim? 2. Which animals from the Korbanos brought by the Nesi’m have a connection to Shavuos? What is the connection? To receive the Pirchei Weekly straight to your inbox send a blank Read More

Rashi: Questions of the week  1. How was boaz related to Naami? Hint: naami was married to her uncle. 2. Wear do we find reference in Megillas Rus to wearing special clothing designated just for Shabbos? To receive the Pirchei Weekly straight to your inbox send a blank email to Read More

Chizuk, ruach and Limud Mishnayos on Shabbos Parshas B’har for the Western Regional Siyum Mishnayos. The event, which began Thursday night, May 23, with dinner, continuing on Friday with a day-long trip and culminating Motzoei Shabbos with the grand Melava Malka, took place at Yeshiva Toras Chaim of Denver and Read More

Rashi: Questions of the week from previous editions 1. Why is Yaakov written with an extra “ו” five times in Tanach and אֵלִיָ־הוּ is missing the “ו” five times in Tanach? 2. Why does the evaluation of a man who is 60+ years old diminish more than that of a woman who is Read More

Camp Agudah and Camp Bnos, divisions of Agudath Israel of American Community Services, Inc., continuing their practice of ensuring campers receive healthy and nutritious food, will once again be participating in the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), a federally-funded, state-administered program. Meals will be provided to all children 18 years Read More

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212.797.9000 Ext: Pirchei 272, Bnos 275
42 Broadway 14th Floor
New York, NY 10004,
Mission Statement

Cultivating a wholesome and inspired Torah Jew begins during a childs earliest years.

Since its earliest days, Agudath Israel of America has established numerous popular programs that have helped transition Americas Jewish communities from spiritually barren deserts to centers of a historical Torah renaissance that continues blossoming to this day.

For boys and girls, children and teenagers, on special occasions and all year round, Agudath Israel of America's youth services division is dedicated to continue inspiring our future generations to be proud links in the chain formed at Mount Sinai.

Key People

Rabbi Ephraim Levi

National Director, Pirchei Agudath Israel of America

Mrs. Chana Baila Hass

National Director, Bnos Agudath Israel of America