1,500 Young Shluchim Join Global Rally

Over 1,500 Young Shluchim joined a global Connection Point rally as part of the amazing program on the Friday of the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim.

Over 1,500 Young Shluchim joined a global Connection Point rally as part of this year’s Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim.

As part of the amazing program on Friday of the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, young Shluchim were captured by a beautiful Connection Point Rally, pioneered by Yossi and Nechama Dina Katz and family.

Connection Point, which has become a centerpiece of the connection of children to the Rebbe the world over, offers them an opportunity to listen to and understand the Rebbe directly. The unique program helps the children understand, concentrate, and be rewarded for a job well done.

When the staff of the Kinus were looking for a special experience with the Rebbe for the Young Shluchim, Connection Point was the obvious choice. 

Excited at this wonderful opportunity, Connection Point created all the materials needed for the program.

Although the boys were participating virtually, they got to have the full experience. They watched a beautiful video of the Rebbe and answered the question sheets that came in the Kinus box they received, which the Shluchim Office shipped to every young Shliach around the world. Afterwards, as Connection Point has become known for, the boys had an opportunity to win special prizes that were raffled off. 

“It was worth not having an in-person Kinus this year just to watch my son listening to the Sicha and writing the pan!” shared Rabbi Mendy and Sara Itzinger, Shluchim in London, England. “It’s the first time that I am watching him instead of leading him, so I get to see where he is on his own accord.” 

Connection Point would like to thank Yossi & Nechama Dina Katz and Family for funding and pioneering their wonderful productions and programs. 

The Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim is a project of the Shluchim Office.

To learn more or sign up your school please email [email protected].

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