BMG Purchases New Bais Medrash Building On Clifton Ave

With great excitement and anticipation, Beth Medrash Govoha (BMG) is thrilled to announce the acquisition of a new Bais Medrash building. Under the guidance of the Roshei Yeshiva, BMG has finalized the purchase from the Avreichim Minyan.

The newly acquired Bais Medrash building, situated on the corner of Clifton Ave & 10th Street, stands in close proximity to BMG’s current Bais Aaron & Bais Shalom Botei Medrashim. This strategic acquisition comes at a time of remarkable growth for BMG, boasting close to 9,000 talmidim. With every seat in the current Botei Medrashim at full capacity, the need for additional space has become imminent.

While construction on the new building is underway, BMG anticipates being ready to move in for Sukkos zman 2024. The new Bais Medrash is expected to accommodate between 350-400 yungeleit, providing a conducive environment for Torah study and spiritual growth.

We are grateful to have a dedicated donor for the Bais Medrash and are in discussions with others for remaining major dedications. This acquisition, coupled with our Woodlake Campus, positions BMG to accommodate the increased enrollment for the near future.

The “Avreichim Minyan,” founded in 1986 by a group of Yungerleit learning in Yeshiva, holds a significant place in the hearts of many within the Lakewood community. Many of the original founders and mispallim went on to become Lakewood’s leading Chasidish rabbonim and Roshei Yeshivas. The minyan started in a small room on 6th Street, continuing on for years in the Lakewood Cheder Dining room, before moving to the Solomon suites and eventually to the BMG Carey Street building, where it currently resides.

As we embark on this transformative journey, may we be zoche to continue working together for the growth of Torah.

Adirei HaTorah

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