Learning for everyone.
Agra D'Pirka at a Glance
Agra D'Pirka's founder, Ezra Klein noticed that people were learning daily in many different locations in the Flatbush neighborhood . He witnessed people scattered about without a structured environment. He believed that with the proper structure, hundreds of people would find new meaning to their weekday mornings in the precincts of Torah. And so, Agra D'Pirka was born.
Agra D'Pirka is geared to local professionals, business owners, college-age students, retirees, and anyone else interested in serious limud haTorah. The basic structure of this kollel includes a blatt shiur given by a preeminent magid shiur from approximately 9:15 to 10:15 in the morning. After a short break, there is a second shiur given by various magidei shiur on a weekly rotation. Simultaneously, there are many private chavrusas who join the kollel to take advantage of the kol haTorah resonating in the bais medrash.
We strive to take care of our members' spiritual needs. Similarly, we take care of their morning dietary needs. A light breakfast is served at all our locations. Wraps and Danishes are served, along with coffee and drinks.
Come try out one of our eleven locations. Ta'amu Ureu ki tov Hashem.
Flatbush, Boro Park, Queens, Lakewood, Miami Beach, Williamsburg, Baltimore, Monsey Morning, Monsey Evening, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton
Agra D'Pirka in the news
R' Ezra, חודא a short note of thanks:
I am שבאושךךט a big בעל חוב; I owe tremendous Hakoras Hatov to you and your שלוחים for the opportunities you have given me these past 3+ years. And with the greatest respect and appreciation. What a truly humbling experience!
But this Motzei Shabbos's event is deserving of a special thank you. I am 44 yrs old, and I can probably count on 1 hand how many times I've had the privilege to partake in an event like that; כולו כבוד התורה ולומדיה. What a wonderful feeling it was to be present, no other function, no other venue, just a burst of other-worldly happiness over a magnificent accomplishment. Thank you.
Sitting at the program I overheard 2 separate conversations in which people were asked "did you finish ברכות", to which they both answered "no, we are not part of the שיעור". When asked why they were there, they both responded "I am trying to convince my ...... to come"!
אשרי חלקכם, ויהי רצון המלמד תורה לעמו שישלם פעלך הטוב בכפלים, ויקויים בך ובכל הנלוים אחריך כל האמור בעוסקים בצרכי צבור באמונה.
ישראל יעקב קאפלאן