RELIGIOUS LIFE

Enhancing the religious life of the community members is a primary goal of Ganei Ha’Ela. Led by the vision of Rabbi Gottlieb, the neighborhood will provide the necessary resources to help you and your family grow in your relationship with HaKadosh Baruch Hu.

Beit Knesset

The center of Ganei Ha’Ela will be the communal Beit Knesset. Tefillah in our community will be characterized by the appropriate solemnity and, at the same time, be filled with passion and inspiration. With multiple minyanim the Beit Knesset will be large and flexible enough to serve all of our members. By providing a beautiful Mikdash Me’at we will not only enhance our own prayers but will also mold our children’s attitude towards tefillah and kedushat Beit HaKnesset.

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Beit Midrash

Torah is the source of life of the Jewish people and it will be at the heart of our community.  A Beit Midrash (located in the Beit Knesset building) will be filled with seforim and – more importantly – the vibrant “kol Torah” of chavruta learning and a multitude of regular shiurim. Additional “parent-child learning programs,” special shiurim, and seasonal Yamei Iyun will provide further opportunities for Torah study.

Rabbi Gottlieb

We believe in the importance of “Aseh Le’cha Rav u-Kneh Lecha Chaver” and therefore having a rabbi who can lead and inspire us is integral to our vision of a community. Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb brings a wealth of experience to Ganei Ha’Ela, as the former rabbi of Congregation Shomrei Emunah, in Baltimore, MD, and as a highly regarded teacher at numerous yeshivot, seminaries, and adult education programs. In addition to answering halachic questions and offering numerous shiurim for both men and women, Rabbi Gottlieb will also be available for private counseling and guidance for you and your children. Rabbi Gottlieb has benefited from close relationships with numerous Roshei Yeshiva and Poskim and we are privileged that those relationships will now enhance the religious character of Ganei Ha’Ela.

To learn more about Rabbi Gottlieb click here.

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Being part of a cohesive community will provide numerous opportunities to gather together for religious inspiration. In addition to tefillah and shiurim, programs such as a monthly Seudah Shlishit, a Friday night oneg, a Motzei Shabbat melaveh malkah, and many activities for our children.

From Israel: 052-569-6143

From the US: (410) 653-2333

Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb, the leader of the Ganei Ha’Ela community, is the former rabbi of Congregation Shomrei Emunah, a prominent synagogue in Baltimore, MD. In August, 2010 Rabbi Gottlieb and his family made aliyah to Israel, where they currently live in Ramat Shilo, a suburb of Ramat Beit Shemesh.

 

While at Shomrei Emunah Rabbi Gottlieb was known for his inspiring talks, numerous weekly shiurim, high energy, and strong leadership, as well as for his deep care and concern for every member.

 

Since making aliyah Rabbi Gottlieb has taught at Yeshivat Shaalvim, Midreshet AMIT, and Mercaz Tiferet, and has also lectured for Adult Education programs in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Yerushalayim, Chashmona’im, and Modi’in. He is currently writing a book on the Laws of Yom Tov for the OU Press and this coming year Rabbi Gottlieb is excited to be a Ram at Yeshivat Ashreinu, a new yeshiva in Beit Shemesh.

 

A highly regarded teacher, Rabbi Gottlieb has also served as a Scholar in Residence for numerous communities in the United States and Israel, and was one of the featured speakers at the recent Siyum Hashas at the Jerusalem Great Synagogue.

 

Rabbi Gottlieb received his rabbinic ordination from Yeshiva University (RIETS), where he was also a member of their prestigious Wexner Kollel Elyon. In addition to publishing numerous articles and co-editing two scholarly works, Rabbi Gottlieb is the author of Ateret Yaakov, a book of in-depth essays about a wide range of halachic topics.

 

Over 400 of Rabbi Gottlieb’s classes and articles are available online at www.yutorah.org

 

Click here to read Rabbi Gottlieb’s moving “Goodbye Drasha” to his community in Baltimore.

 

Click here to listen to Rabbi Gottlieb’s inspiring remarks at the 12th Siyum Hashas.

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From Israel: 052-569-6143

From the US: (410) 653-2333

Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb, the leader of the Ganei Ha’Ela community, is the former rabbi of Congregation Shomrei Emunah, a prominent synagogue in Baltimore, MD. In August, 2010 Rabbi Gottlieb and his family made aliyah to Israel, where they currently live in Ramat Shilo, a suburb of Ramat Beit Shemesh.

 

While at Shomrei Emunah Rabbi Gottlieb was known for his inspiring talks, numerous weekly shiurim, high energy, and strong leadership, as well as for his deep care and concern for every member.

 

Since making aliyah Rabbi Gottlieb has taught at Yeshivat Shaalvim, Midreshet AMIT, and Mercaz Tiferet, and has also lectured for Adult Education programs in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Yerushalayim, Chashmona’im, and Modi’in. He is currently writing a book on the Laws of Yom Tov for the OU Press and this coming year Rabbi Gottlieb is excited to be a Ram at Yeshivat Ashreinu, a new yeshiva in Beit Shemesh.

 

A highly regarded teacher, Rabbi Gottlieb has also served as a Scholar in Residence for numerous communities in the United States and Israel, and was one of the featured speakers at the recent Siyum Hashas at the Jerusalem Great Synagogue.

 

Rabbi Gottlieb received his rabbinic ordination from Yeshiva University (RIETS), where he was also a member of their prestigious Wexner Kollel Elyon. In addition to publishing numerous articles and co-editing two scholarly works, Rabbi Gottlieb is the author of Ateret Yaakov, a book of in-depth essays about a wide range of halachic topics.

 

Over 400 of Rabbi Gottlieb’s classes and articles are available online at www.yutorah.org

 

Click here to read Rabbi Gottlieb’s moving “Goodbye Drasha” to his community in Baltimore.

 

Click here to listen to Rabbi Gottlieb’s inspiring remarks at the 12th Siyum Hashas.

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