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The Torah MiTzion Kollel in Moscow was founded in 1998 by the initiative of the chief Rabbi of Moscow, Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmit who is also the president of the Conference of European Rabbis. The Kollel was established with the support of the L.A. Pincus Fund for Jewish Education in the Diaspora. The fund was founded in 1977 with the goal of initiating formal and informal education projects in Jewish communities around the world.

The Kollel’s founding Rosh Kollel, Rabbi David Ushuvayev, and his wife Ayelet, have remained in Moscow to head the Kollel since its inception 18 years ago. Rav Yeshuvayev also functions as the deputy Rabbi of Moscow, and is highly regarded by the Jewish community.

The Moscow Kollel is housed in a learning center attached to the city’s central synagogue. It is run by five permanent families of Shlichim, an Israeli administrative staff, and scholars-in-residence who come for 1-2 weeks each month to give shiurim to the community. The Kollel is administrated by Kollel director Gilad Shmailov.

The Shlichim run extensive learning programs for all ages – from young children in Cheder to seniors in old-age homes, and every age in between.

Torah MiTzion Moscow is one of the only Zionist centers in Moscow, and Moscow’s only religious Zionist presence. Moscow’s official Yom Ha’Atzmaut ceremony, with participation by the Israeli Ambassador is organized by Torah MiTzion.

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Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)

Student Programming:
Alex and Sara Katz

Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov

 

Past Shlichim

 

2015-2016 2014-2015 2013-2014 2012-2013
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrech:
Alex and Sara
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrech:
Alex and Sara
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrech:
Alex and Sara
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010 2008-2009
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Bachurim:
Yaron Ben Gigi (Hakotel)
Ehud Bar Tor (Neve Dekalim)
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
2007-2008 2006-2007 2005-2006 2004-2005
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrech:
Dov and Ayelet Ostrosvki (Maalot)
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrech:
Dov and Ayelet Ostrosvki (Maalot)
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrech:
Dov and Ayelet Ostrosvki (Maalot)
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrech:
Elisha and Ra’aya Henkin (Maale Adumim)
Minahel Hakollel:
Gilad Shmailov
2003-2004 2002-2003 2001-2002 2000-2001
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrech:
Elisha and Ra’aya Henkin (Maale Adumim)
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrech:
Arieh and Alexandra Zilbershtein (Shvut Ami)
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrech:
Arieh and Alexandra Zilbershtein (Shvut Ami)
Yosef and Vered Berman (Or Elchanan)
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrechim:
Avigdor and Sara Bergaus (Kiryat Shmoneh)
Yosef and Vered Berman (Or Elchanan)
Hananya and Ofira Levi (Maale Adumim)
Yehuda and Mayaan Shetiman (Machon Meir)
1999-2000 1998-1999
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrechim:
Avichai and Bilha Appel (Kedumim)
Avigdor and Sara Bergaus (Kiryat Shmoneh)
Rosh Kollel:
Rabbi David and Ayelet Ushuvayev (Hakotel)
Avrechim:
Avichai and Bilha Appel (Kedumim)
Shlomo Zelig and Moriyah Avrasin
Bachurim:
Eitan Turkel (Otniel)
David Felix (Otniel)

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Rabbi David & Ayelet Ushuvayev
Адрес: Москва,
Б. Спасоглинищевский пер., д. 10
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Email: toramizion@gmail.com

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