4,000 Bochurim Expected at “Hour with the Rebbe” on Yud Shevat

On Motzei Shabbos, Yud Shevat, thousands of bochurim are expected to gather at 770 Eastern Parkway for the annual “Hour of the Rebbe” program, which features a special presentation of sichos and nigunim of the Rebbe.

Thousands of Bochurim are anticipated to pack 770 Eastern Parkway on Motzei Shabbos of Yud Shevat for the 11th Annual “Hour with the Rebbe” program, filling the main shul and bleachers to capacity for a unique presentation of sichos and niggunim of the Rebbe.

This year, with Yud Shvat coinciding with Shabbos, the event will take place on Motzei Shabbos from 8:00PM to 9:00PM. An astonishing 54 (!) Yeshivos are expected to participate, promising an unparalleled and deeply moving experience for all in attendance.

“As the Hour with the Rebbe program unfolds against the somber backdrop of the situation in Israel, we will feature a selection of Sichos from the Rebbe on the vital topic of Shleimus Haoretz“, organizers say. “In this critical moment, it is more essential than ever that our Bochurim hear the Rebbe’s unequivocal and empowering message loud and clear.”

An Hour with the Rebbe is being organized this year by Mendel Braun, Zelig Greisman, Mendy Hamburger, Mendel Malek, Avremi Mintz, Levi Potash and Yossi Teitelbaum.

It is our fervent hope to celebrate Yud Sehvat this year in the Beis Hamikdosh and hear directly from the Rebbe with the coming of Moshiach Tzidkenu immediately.

To support ‘An Hour with the Rebbe’ and directly impact the next generation of the Rebbe’s army, please choose from our various giving options and receive unmatched perks like recognition in booklets, video, online articles and more or contribute with any other amount you are capable of giving. Every dollar is appreciated. https://donate.stripe.com/7sI8xv4HX1Zx4nK9AD

For more information or to confirm your Yeshiva’s spot in the ‘Hour with the Rebbe’ program, please reach out at [email protected] or 914-625-5218.

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