Delegates from across the globe enjoyed the Chabad Partners Conference held in conjunction with the International Kinus Hashluchim. A day-long program was held on the Sunday of the Kinus, culminating with the Gala Banquet where they joined over 5400 other guests and Shluchim.
We present a Gallery of photos from the Kinus Hashluchim 5779-2018. In this gallery we see the resource fair, workshops and sessions that the Shluchim got to attend on Sunday.
We present our fifth and final Gallery for the International Kinus Hashluchim 5779-2018 Gala Banquet.
What is the correct response when a Rabbi starts rapping while at the podium? At the International Kinus Hashluchim Gala Banquet, it was instant love. Following the story of how he went from an Afro wearing thug, to a Chabad Shaliach, a Rabbi starts rapping about how he found his way back.
We present our fourth gallery of the Kinus Hashluchim 5779-2018 Gala Banquet.
We present our third Gallery of the Kinus Hashluchim 5779-2018 Gala Banquet.
In a special speech, keynote speaker Yitzchak Mirilashvili spoke of the Rebbes care for each and every Jew. With a smile, he spoke of why the Rebbe touched so many Jews, and continues to touch so many more.
We present our second Gallery from The International Kinus Hashluchim Gala Banquet 5779-2018.
We present our first Gallery of photos of the Kinus Hashluchim Gala Banquet. The Banquet is being hosted this year in Richmond Community College in Monsey NY. The Shluchim arrived by bus, and personal car, despite heavy traffic and snarled roadways.
Over 5,000 Shluchim and their guests will convene at RCC in Monsey New York, for the Grand Gala Banquet that will conclude the annual International Conference of Chabad Emissaries. CrownHeights.info will be carrying a live streamed video of the event, which will begin at 5:45pm.
Packing thousands of Shluchim into a single photo is no small feat, our photographer brings you a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to set such a picture up. photos by Shimi Kutner
Packing thousands of Shluchim into a single photo is no small feat, our photographer brings you a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to set such a picture up.
What could stir the soul more than seeing thousands of rabbis from around the world pose for a photo? Hearing them sing Ani Maamin, a song of faith in G-d, all together.
Over 4,000 Rabbis, emissary’s of the Lubavitcher Rebbe around the globe, pose for a group picture in front of 770 – the Lubavitch World Headquarters – during their international conference in New York.
In a heartfelt moment, just moments before taking the group photo of the Shluchim, a minute was taken to say Tehillim for the 11 Jews murdered in Pittsburgh. The Tehillim was led by Rabbi Itkin of Pittsburgh.
Following an uplifting Shabbos, the Shluchim were bused to The Palace in Boro Park for Melava Malka.
Following an uplifting Shabbos, the Shluchim were bussed to The Palace in Boro Park for Melava Malka,
Following a trip to the ohel, The Shluchim had a chance to visit an expo featuring different Mosdos. A general session followed, and we present a peak at the Erev Shabbos atmosphere in Crown Heights.
The Ohel this morning was jam packed with thousands of Shluchim. The Ohel was specially prepared with a waiting tent on the street by the kever for the line to form. Inside the tent were large video screens showing a prepared video of the Rebbe. The Pan Haklali was read allowed by a group of older Shluchim.
Following a successful morning full with Chizuk, the Shluchim were treated to lunch, afternoon sessions, and Dinner.
The Kinus Hashluchim, with thousands of Rabbis in attendance, got off to a great start this morning with lavish Breakfast. With a full stomach, and a filling spirit, the Shluchim attended morning sessions which included in depth speeches and lectures.
Thousands of Shluchim from around the world have begun making them way to Crown Heights, Brooklyn for the annual International Conference of Shluchim in which they spend time learning and educating themselves in ways to expand and increase their effectiveness on Shlichus. The conference kicked off with registration and visits to 770, the Rebbes Room and home.