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Davening schedule 

Weekday Schedule בין הזמנים

Shachris 7:20

Thursday & Friday Rosh Chodesh 7:00 

Mincha  2:45

Maariv 9:45


Shabbos Schedule

Mincha & Kabolas Shabbos: Candle lighting time

Shachris:  8:15

No kiddush

Mincha: 45 minutes before Shkiya

Seuda Shlishis at home

Maariv: 50 minutes after Shkiya

Davening Rules - Covid

  • Mispalalim must maintain social distancing requirements at all times, even when not in the Kollel.
  • Everyone must wear a mask covering the mouth and nose the entire time in the Kollel.
  • Social distancing of at least 6” is required at all times. (Except for immediate family members)
  • No hand shaking.
  • Stay in your place by your chair and do not walk around or change layout of the chairs
  • No kissing or touching the Sefer Torah or Mezuzos.
  • If you come late AND we no longer have any room you will not be allowed in.
  • You must tell us if you or someone in your household tests positive for covid or if you came in close contact with such. Note: We might not be able to guarantee privacy of this information.


You should not attend any minyan if:

  • You have any of the risk factors, or are older than 70 years old
  • If you are not feeling well, even slightly.
  • Have any of the possible symptoms of covid 19. (cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing  fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat,  loss of taste or smell, long lasting headaches)
  • You have come in contact with someone who tested positive.
  • If you don’t observe all required social distancing rules.

If you are uncomfortable with the risks involved or if you have any doubts please speak to your doctor, medical advisor and a Rav.

Rules may change as necessary.

Anyone not fulfilling these rules will be asked not to attend.

Train Ride to the Future 

Video shown at the Kollel's 25th celebration dinner

Click here to download the Kollel's video

Miami Beach Community Kollel

The Miami Beach Community Kollel is a Makom Torah in the heart of Miami Beach. It was formed in 1995 to serve the religious and cultural needs of the Jewish community of Miami Beach and South Florida. Its goal is to attract Rabbinical talent to Miami, and to provide educational resources for all members of the Jewish faith. The Kollel strives to building a stronger Torah environment by enhancing all aspects of Jewish religious life in Miami Beach.

The Miami Beach Community Kollel is a full-time learning Kollel consisting of ten Yungerleit who together with their families join the community to serve as teachers, mentors and rabbis. It provides the community and visitors alike with an open, vibrant Bais Medrash an extensive seforim library, and daily shiurim. The Kollel also hosts weekday and Shabbos minyanim for those looking for a sincere Yeshiva style davening.

All Kollel programs are to be offered free of charge, regardless of the participants economic ability, educational background or religious affiliation. Year-round residents, winter residents and tourist, are invited to participate in all or any of the Kollel’s programs.

Our Location

3767 Chase Ave 

Miami Beach FL 33140

P: 305-532-8991



Parking Note: We have plenty municipal parking directly across the street at the end of 40th Street on Chase Avenue. Please do not park in the Kollel's or Beth Israel's driveway

It's Your Kollel - Be a Part of It!

  • New learning opportunities!
  • Legal Holiday Shiurim
  • New children's programs
  • Get a Chavrusa or attend a shiur.

All Kollel programs are offered free of charge

-donations always welcome-


Mon, October 19 2020 1 Cheshvan 5781