Shuvu kicks off Mission: Siyum with an exciting virtual event!

For 3 decades, Shuvu has helped Jewish children from non-religious homes return to the path of torah and yiddishkeit.

In celebration of their upcoming 30th anniversary, Shuvu students and alumni in Eretz Yisroel have embarked incredible mission. Children that once entered a classroom not even knowing how to say Shema Yisroel are now committing to learn Kol Hatorah Kulah!

Mission:Siyum is an innovative 6-week learning program that will provide men, women and children in the US and the UK with the opportunity to support the Shuvu students in their undertaking. Every part of Tanach and Shas will be learned by both an American partner and a Shuvu student, leading to a grand joint Siyum, on Sunday, March 14, 2021.


On January 31,
Shuvu will be hosting
an exciting virtual event to officially kick off Mission: Siyum.

The exciting kickoff event will feature musical entertainment from Joey Newcomb, a renowned musical performer and a long-time supporter of Shuvu. Rabbi Ari Schonfeld, famous for his popular “Night Seder America” program, will be hosting a Torah trivia game called, “That’s my Psak!” with special guest participants.

In addition, Rabbi Ephraim Eliyahu Shapiro will be sharing inspirational words of chizzuk, while HoRav Reuven Feinstein, HoRav Yisroel Meir Lau and HoRav Elya Brudny will all share divrei bracha.

The event will also give Shuvu students a chance to share their stories and explain what the learning experience means to them, and will explain Mission: Siyum to viewers and explain how they can get involved.


Watch the Mission:
Siyum kick off event on January 31! Livestreaming will begin at 8PM EST on, and on Yeshiva World News.


Shuvu was founded by Moreinu Horav Avrohom Pam ZT”L three decades ago on the simple belief:  Every Jew should have the education and support to connect to their heritage and thrive in Eretz Yisroel. In 77 schools with over 15,000 students and their family members, Torah is being passed to the next generation with love and purity.

 Join and choose a segment of Torah to learn - be part of this historic movement!

To find out how you can get involved, go to