Beis Medrash Zichron HaGaon HaRav Shlomo Elimelech, zt"l ,
located at 1380 Teaneck Road is named after the late Gaon, HaRav Shlomo Elimelech Drillman, Rosh Yeshiva at Yeshiva Rabbeinu Yrtzchok Elchonan. HaRav Drillman, a noted talmid chocham and internationally recognized posek was a student of HaGaon HaRav Elchonan Wasserman, zt"l hy*d, and HaGaon HaRav Yosef Dov HaLevi Soloveitchik, zt"l. He received his Yoreh Yoreh from Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yrtzchok Elchonan and was immediately appointed to its faculty. Shortly thereafter, HaRav Drillman received Semicha Yadin Yadin from the late Posek HaDor HaGaon HaRav Moshe Feinstein, zfl. HaRav Drillman was dedicated to the Brisker methodology of learning he received from his teachers as well as the philosophy of Mussar as espoused by the Chofetz Chaim. A true embodiment of Chessed, his leadership and guidance helped create and establish the Orthodox community of the greater Flatbush neighborhood in Brooklyn during the late 1940's and early 1950's.
Our Beis Medrash strives to be a religious, spiritual, and educational center whose goal is to inculcate the lessons taught by these giants into our lives and those of our families and to dedicate ourselves to the principles of Avodas Hashem, Torah and Yiras Shomayim.
Congregation Shaarei Maarava is at the heart of our goal to create a permanent, vibrant and dynamic Orthodox community in the north eastern area of Teaneck, New Jersey. Daily prayer services and learning opportunities as well as the worid renown amenities of Teaneck present an attractive opportunity for young families spanning diverse religious observances and backgrounds to join together and raise their families in a modem Torah observant community.
Kollel Toldos Ahron, our Kollel, is named after Rabbeinu u'Moreinu HaGaon HaRav Ahron HaLevi Soloveichik, ztl, late Rosh Yeshiva and scion of the illustrious Beis Brisk. The goal of the Kollel is to enhance and enrich Jewish life in and around the Teaneck community. This is accomplished by providing relevant and stimulating shiurim and learning opportunities that appeal to members of the community regardless of age, background or level of observance. Building Community through Talmud Torah.