Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman was born and raised in Brooklyn. After marriage he spent years learning in Kollel  both in  Eretz Yisroel and in the States.
After being privileged to teach Torah as a rebbe in Yeshiva for two decades, in 1997 he was appointed as the Rav of Congregation Ahavas Israel in Passaic, NJ. From humble beginnings the shul now hosts forty minyamin a day.
In addition to his rabbinic functions, Rabbi Eisenman is a Professor at Lander College for Women. He has published three books; the latest, Shul With A View (Artscroll), is a much enlarged compendium of the columns published in Mishpacha Magazine since 2008.
Rabbi Eisenman also writes a blog entitled The Short Vort, with anecdotes about the ups and downs of being a shul rabbi.
Rabbi Eisenman and his family have been living in Passaic for thirty years, and their married children are spread out in the New York area and  Eretz Yisroel.
In his free time he loves reading his favorite magazine, Mishpacha.
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Shul with a View
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
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Shul with a View
Wednesday, May 06, 2020
"Larry, what awaits you is a perpetual and enduring afterlife in the Central Park of the Next World"
Shul with a View
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
I went in with her as she identified her mother. Her sobs filled the room
Shul with a View
Wednesday, April 01, 2020
"For 50 years I looked for ways to pay back Mrs. Greenbaum. Finally Hashem has sent me my opportunity"
Shul with a View
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
The operative phrase “away from home” haunts me. I hope they cannot see through me
Shul with a View
Wednesday, March 04, 2020
On Purim morning, I was very excited with my plan to learn Maseches Megillah after shul
Shul with a View
Wednesday, February 19, 2020
"All is in Hashem’s Hands, and no one suffers in This World more than he has to”
Shul with a View
Wednesday, February 05, 2020
I was surrounded by over five thousand men devoted to making sure no Jew feels alone
Shul with a View
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
I then asked the question that really had me intrigued. “Ken ich dir?”(Do I know you?)
Shul with a View
Wednesday, January 08, 2020
When the question was finally asked, I knew it was like no other question I had ever been asked
Shul with a View
Wednesday, December 25, 2019
This year at the 13th Siyum HaShas, no matter how packed the stadium is, and no matter how large the crowd, I will save a seat for Ofir.