85% of tickets to Tut Altz In-person Event in Crown Heights sold out. Don’t miss this opportunity to take part in this historic event.
The Moshiach Office’s Mega-Unity Farbrengen Event is set to take place on 28 Nissan, 19 April, and tickets are almost sold out! This is an event you don’t want to miss, as it promises to be a unique opportunity for members of the Jewish community to come together to explore the power of Moshiach to unite us and inspire us towards practical action.
The event, which will take place in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, features a diverse lineup of speakers and an engaging program of films and stories. Highlights include:
A special Unity Farbrengen with Rabbi Moshe Weinberger, Rav of Kehilas Aish Kodesh in the Five Towns, Rabbi Shais Taub, Renowned Lecturer and Mentor, Director of online Torah Site SoulWords, and Rabbi Yussie Zakutinsky, Rav; K’hal Mevakshei Hashem in the Five Towns as well;
A documentary by Rabbi Simon Jacobson, prominent lecturer and mentor, Founder and Director of the Meaningful Life Center, entitled “Kibbutz Goliyus in Our Hands,” which explores the spiritual significance of the summer of 1967.
Mr. Charlie Harary, a renowned motivational speaker, will speak on the topic of “Moshiach In Sight”, highlighting the relevance Moshiach’s imminent coming can have on daily life.
Feature Film: “Just One Shabbos,” the story of Sam and the one Shabbos that changed his life; a testament to the power of one mitzvah to effectuate kibbutz goliyus – one mitzvah at a time, one person at a time – to build a “Moshiach world”.
Feature Film: “Just One Flame”, dedicated to the everlasting legacy of Shlucha Mrs. Henya Federman OBM, featuring Rabbi Asher Federman and the story of his inadvertent impact of the life and journey of Mr. Berel Solomon.
Inspiration, niggunim and much more.
With tickets selling out fast, it’s crucial to buy your tickets now to secure your spot at this historic event. The Mega-Unity Farbrengen Event promises to be a night of inspiration, unity, and practical action towards implementing kibbutz goliyus today. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to come together with the Jewish community and be inspired towards a brighter future.
To purchase tickets, visit TutAltz.com. If you’re unable to attend in person, a live stream will be available on Anash.org.
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