Mazel tov to Mark & Sheryl Rosenberg, Honorees.Mazel tov to Lou Shapiro, Alumnus of the Year.
Rabbi Davidowitz is spending the week in Israel visiting the yeshivos and our alumni.
Shiva at their home 5415 Alcove, Valley Village
Daily until 9:30 PM. Shiva will conclude on Thursday morning.
Family respectfully requests no visitors from 1 PM to 3 PM
Shacharis 7 AM
Shacharis Sunday 8 AM
Mincha at 4:30 PM
Everyone is invited to a Kinus Teshuva sponsored by Valley Torah and Emek on Monday, September 25th.
Max Leibowitz, VTHS class of 2017, was the team captain of the USA 18U Basketball team in this years Maccabiah. Max leads team to a 5-0 record and the gold medal vs. Israel.
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Dr. Morris Loffman, z”l. A founder and long-time supporter of Valley Torah. Father and grandfather of many VTHS alumni.
Shiva will begin at the home of Scott & Tova Loffman (5118 Bellaire Ave) until noon on Monday, July 17. Shiva will continue at the home of Rabbi George & Dr. Lisa Lintz (5145 Bellaire Ave) through shacharis on Wednesday, July 19. Shacharis every day at 7:30, Mincha at 7:45 followed by Maariv.
May the mourners be comforted amongst the mourners of Tzion and Yerushalayim.
Over 30 bochrim from our affiliated yeshiva in St. Louis, Missouri Torah Institute are spending the Summer zman here in our beis medrash. You can join this amazing program for one morning. Join us on Tuesday, July 4 for our Legal Learning Program. See below for details.
All men are invited to our Pre-Shavuos Legal Holiday Learning on Memorial Day, May 29th (Monday). See schedule below.
Rabbi Stulberger served as the Scholar in Residence for the Missouri Torah Institute in St. Louis this past Shabbos. He met with the students, beis medrash, staff and community members. Rabbi Josh Bregman – a Valley Torah graduate and their Vice President of Development – was instrumental in arranging this trip.
Rabbi Stulberger greeted 40 VTHS alumni and spouses this Motzaei Shabbos at our annual East Coast Reunion. A special thanks to Dalia Frend, Brana Harris, Miriam Silver, Rachel Johnson, Michael Kohanfars and Hillel Striks for all their help.
Ami Horowitz is a political analyst, filmmaker and member of VTHS Class of 1990. When President Trump referenced Ami’s video about immigrants to Sweden, the Twittersphere (and everyone else) went wild. The story – and Ami – made it to the front page of the New York Times. Even more importantly, Ami was the MC at the VTHS Dinner this past November (pictured below). Congratulations Ami!