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Kollel Yungeleit

Kollel Zichron Michel of NMB consists of thirteen full time Rabbis and their families who study, teach, and live the Torah. Each one is a sterling example of a "Ben Torah," embodying noble character, dedication to learning Torah, and proliferating its values.

R' Arye Bensinger

Rabbi Bensinger is the son of Harav Yerucham Bensinger Z"L, founding Rov of Congregation Torah V”Emunah, in North Miami Beach. After spedning his formative years in South Florida, R' Arye spent many years in Eretz Yisroel learning in Yeshivas Brisk. His diligence and focus in limud HaTorah have made him a tremendous asset to the Kollel.  He currently serves as the Rov of Congregation Torah V'Emunah.   Rabbi Bensinger and and his wife, originally from Monsey, NY, returned to Florida in 2016 and have made a great impact on the community through his Shiurim in the Kollel and in his shul.  

R' Zvi Englander

Rabbi and Mrs. Englander have been with the Kollel since its inception in 2006. Rabbi Englander, originally from Toronto, was recruited from Lakewood, New Jersey and immediately became a popular chavrusa and teacher to many. His broad knowledge base in both Mussar and Halacha makes him the go-to person in the Bais Medrash for any question. R' Zvi serves as Rosh Chabura for the Kollel's Halacha Chabura and published on behalf of the Kollel a pamphlet entitled “Shabbos in the Hospital: A Halachic Guide”. R' Englander launched a highly popular Kinyan HaMasechta Chabura which has successfully engaged many local baalei batim in serious Torah learning.

R' Tzvi Fladen

Orignally from Canton, OH, Rabbi Fladen is a talmid of the Telshe Yeshiva and studied under Rav Tzvi Kaplan in Eretz Yisroel. In 2015, after years in BMG in Lakewood, Rabbi Fladen and his wife decided to bring their knowledge and talents to North Miami Beach to help strengthen the Kollel and community. Rabbi and Mrs. Fladen, with their great warmth and genuine caring for others, combined with their deep commitment to Limud HaTorah, have quickly been established as role models to both fellow Kollel members and the community at large. Rabbi Fladen currently works for Yeshiva Tiferes Torah of Boca Raton as the second seder Meishiv and also delivers a nightly Mishna Berura Shiur in the Kollel.

R' Aryeh Gitlin

Rabbi and Mrs. Gitlin have been part of the Kollel since 2012. Rabbi Gitlin's incredible hasmadoh is well known in North Miami Beach and raises the bar for the whole community. Rabbi Gitlin is originally from East Brunswick, NJ and is a student of Rabbi Yisroel Brog from Cleveland, OH. His enthusiasm for learning is an inspiration for all who frequent the Kollel Beis Medrash.

R' Dovi Jacobson

Rabbi and Mrs.  Dovie Jacobson arrived in the community in 2017. Originally from Detroit, the Jacobsons spent five years in Lakewood, where Rabbi Jacobson learned in Beth Medrash Govoha. R’ Dovie's tremendous dedication to learning and friendly disposition, along with his enthusiasm for teaching others have made him huge asset for the entire community. R' Dovie currently delivers a Daf Yomi shiur at 6:30 am.

R' Yerachmiel Parsons

Rabbi and Mrs. Yerachmiel Parsons returned home to North Miami Beach when they joined the Kollel in Elul 5777. R’ Yerachmiel’s pleasant demeanor, his strong Torah foundation and background as a NMB native has made him a great force in the Kollel and the community. Mrs. Parsons currently is the sixth grade teacher in Bais Yaakov Miami, bringing her talents back to her Alma Mater.

R' Moshe Dovid Price

Rabbi and Mrs. Price arrived in the Kollel shortly after Pesach of 2014. Rabbi Price is originally from Brooklyn, NY and learned in Tiferes Elimelech, South Fallsberg, and in Yeshivas Brisk. He is a very talented Maggid Shiur and speaker, and his exuberant personality, warmth, and humor has made a noticable impact on our community. His deep insights in the Bais Medrash and out have made him a magnet for many people in the community. He currently leads the Morning Kollel in YIKAS, a local Shul of NMB and heads a popular Kinyan Masechta Chabura

R' Mayer Porter

Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer Porter, left Lakewood to join the Kollel family in Chanukah of 2014. R' Mayer is originally from Baltimore and learned in Scranton  and by Rav Sholom Shechter. Rabbi Porter's easy going nature as well as his scholarship have made him an integral part of the Kollel experience. His family's background in Jewish outreach to the non-affiliated shines through in the ability to make anyone feel at home with him and what he teaches. He has spearheaded the effort to perfect the Kollel’s Thursday Night Mishmar initiative. R' Mayer is also the Rosh Chabura of the Kollel's popular Daf Hashavua chabura

R' Ary Roffe (Levy)

  Rabbi and Mrs. Roffe have been with the Kollel since 2013.  A native of Caracas, Venezuela, his Spanish language shiurim have attracted a large group of Latin Americans to the Kollel

 His warm personality and his dedication to Torah learning and values has had a powerful impact on this both on the local communty and the Latin community of Aventua. R' Ary also leades the Sephardic Minyan for boys at Yeshiva Toras Chaim Toras Emes.

R' Malkiel Steiman

Rabbi Malkiel Steiman, originally from Monsey, joined the Kollel after learning for five years at Yeshivas Kodshim under HaRav Tzvi Kaplan in Yerushalayim. Rabbi Steiman brings a very sophisticated background in learning along with a radiant personality and smile.

His tremendous desire to help everyone grow in their avodas Hashem and Torah learning has become clearly evident. R' Malkiel currently delivers a weekly Chumash Shiur and a nightly Mishnayos shiur for boys.

R' Shmuel Soroka

R' Tzvi Ullman

After a number of years learning in Yeshivas Brisk in Eretz Yisroel, Rabbi and Mrs. Ullman joined the Kollel of Manalapan, New Jersey. Having developed their skills and desire to share their Torah with others, the Ullmans next move took them to North Miami Beach.
R’ Tzvi’s dynamic personality, coupled with his vast Torah knowledge, have made him a great asset to the community and the Kollel. R' Tzvi leads the weekly Shivti Chabura that meets in the Kollel on Shabbos.

R' Dovid Waxman

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