On Friday, the third day of the Kinus Hashluchos, the Shluchos visited the Rebbe’s Ohel and Rebbetzin’s gravesite in Queens and read a Pan Kloli on behalf of all their fellow Shluchos.
Daily Archives: February 17, 2017
Shluchos from around the world attending annual Kinus meet up with childhood friends and classmates, catch up with siblings and relatives, and smile for the camera.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Shea Hecht will lead a discussion on the topic: Chof Beis Shevat and Investing in proper relationships at home.
In appreciation to the Crown Heights community for hosting the Shluchos for the Kinus Hashluchos, the Vaad Hakinus invites the women of Crown Heights to join the Shluchos for tonight’s Oneg Shabbos at Oholei Torah, beginning at 9:30pm.
On Thursday evening, following dinner, the Rebbe’s study in 770 and home he shared with the Rebbetzin on President Street were opened for the Shluchos to visit, after which they attended a meaningful Farbrengen.
After a moment Rabbi Hodakov continued, “You should realize, the Rebbe is busy with saving lives. People are constantly asking him if they should have an operation and which doctor they should use etc. these are matters of life and death. So now you want the Rebbe to stop that and edit your transcriptions?!”
On Thursday afternoon, day 2 of the International Kinus Hashluchos, the Shluchos had lunch and then a welcome session, followed by other sessions at the Marriott Hotel. The afternoon sessions were followed by a lavish dinner at Oholei Torah.
Day 2 of the International Kinus Hashluchos began with a hearty breakfast at Oholei Torah, followed by morning sessions at the Marriott Hotel.
In honor of 22 Shevat, marked this Shabbos, two of JEM’s films about the Rebbetzin are now online! With a treasure trove of special footage and recordings, they’re sure to add new meaning as you commemorate this special day.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe reciting Havdalah after Yom Tov, prior to Kos Shel Bracha.
This past week, students in Oholei Torah Mesivta enjoyed a day of skiing at Montage Mountain in Pennsylvania. The trip was a culmination of prizes and events for a month long mivtza connected with Yud Shvat.