Adai Ad Institute

 

The Adai Ad Institute’s programs provide the necessary tools and insights for a strong and  successful marriage  – starting with pre-shiduchim, continuing through
the shiduch process and into the marriage itself. 

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First Points: Men's program

 

"When I first heard about Adai Ad from a friend of mine, I asked my mother what she thought about me taking the course and she was very supportive. I trust my mother and so I signed up and went. Looking back it was a great decision and I really learned so much about what marriage really is. It took me out of a fantasy and made me realize the real world of marriage and the real commitment made FOREVER to my future spouse."

photo by Chana Blumes www.chanablumesphoto.com

Dedicated to Rabbi Levi Yitzchok and Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson, the Rebbe’s parents.

“I’ve heard so much about marriage, I need to make sense of it all – for who I am.” Are you similar? With this in mind, The Adai Ad Institute developed the FIRST POINTS course explores principles of setting up for a successful marriage – from even before the first date, through the shidduch process and up to commitment and beyond.

“I usually have answers to everything, but when I think of marriage, I come up blank…” Are you similar? With this in mind, Adai Ad developed the FIRST POINTS course which explores principles of setting up for a successful marriage – from even before the first date, through the shidduch process and up to commitment and beyond.

The Adai Ad Institute has identified several key points that directly and indirectly affect the shidduch process and the success of the marriages in our community, for both young men and young women. In the future, we will be adding more programs and courses to address the many needs of those in our community and beyond.

FIRST POINTS:

Young Men's Course

FIRST POINTS:

Young Women's Course

FUTURE PROJECTS:

 

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