American Mashpiim to Headline Shabbos Hachana in Kfar Chabad

Inspiring mashpiim from the Americas are flown in for grand Shabbos achdus in Kfar Chabad in honor of Gimmel Tammuz, with thousands of temimin joining from across the land.

Rabbi Leima Wilhelm from Morristown and Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Raskin from Montreal are the guest speakers being flown in to Eretz Yisroel. They will participate in the grand Shabbos hachana for the 30th Gimmel Tammuz program in Kfar Chabad.

This year the Vaad Hatmimim is investing significantly to ensure the program is ran with the highest level of precision and a top notch program. A large and spacious tent will be set up for the Shabbos meal that will host the thousands of temimim who are coming in from all across Eretz Yisroel for the Shabbos achdus.

Throughout the program, the bochurim will be addressed by and farbreng with an array of mashpiim, Roshei Yeshiva, and hanhallah from yeshivos around the land. As part of the registration, Vaad Hatmimim offers students the opportunity to purchase the new book “Toras Menachem Volume 82” at a discounted price of 30 Shekel.

A beautiful multimedia presentation will be shown on erev Shabbos, at the day program. The highlight of the gathering will be the screening of a new video program currently being prepared in the offices of Vaad Hatmimim. The program includes sichos from the Rebbe and original interviews with rabbanim and mashpiim about the Rebbe’s constant demand for the students to toil in Torah study.

During Shabbos, the bochurim will learn, daven, have seudos, and farbreng. The goal is to have them leave filled with a deep and genuine connection to the Rebbe, full of chayus to “bring about the days of Moshiach” immediately, and to tip the scales to bring the complete geula, so that even before the day of the hilula, we will merit to see the Rebbe.

Rabbi Wilhelm was flown in a few days before Shabbos and has already had the opportunity to farbreng with the bochurim in Yeshiva of Elad for Chof Ches Sivan. He farbrenged until the early hours of the morning discussing the role of temimim during these challenging times.

Rabbi Wilhelm left the yeshiva deeply impressed by the students’ attentiveness until the very end, despite it being a small yeshiva. He was also moved by the heartfelt singing, expressing, “One can feel that the Rebbe is here.”

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