“Empowered” Events Contrast Ideals to Complexities of Life

Thousands of women across 7 countries are preparing for Gimmel Tammuz with ‘Empowered’ events, which aim to explore the Rebbe’s unique approach to living idealistically while remaining realistic to life’s complexity and challenges.

As Gimmel Tammuz approaches, how will you connect?

For thousands of women across 7 countries, the answer is clear: They will be ‘Empowered’ while attending Vaad Or V’Chom’s latest women’s event.

Empoweredaims to explore the Rebbe’s unique approach to living idealistically while remaining realistic to life’s complexity and challenges. Through multimedia presentation and easy to adapt resources, this program delves into the foundational concepts of the 12 Pesukim and their relevance to our daily living.

Inspiring shluchos, mechanchos, and mashpios have taken on the role of facilitators who will guide communities – in three languages – through this uplifting and transformative learning event.

This program is created by Orvechom Hahiskasrus. In just 18 short months Vaad Or V’Chom’s programming for women has swept across the globe, becoming a pivotal resource for Chaban women communities worldwide. It has rejuvenated the landscape of women’s Torah learning, Hiskashrus, and Chassidishkiet.

Last week, facilitators joined together to enthusiastically prepare and share insights on enhancing the ‘Empowered’ program. We thank our many facilitators for their dedication to inspiring N’Shei Chabad worldwide!

Mrs. Shani Katzman, Omaha, NE
Mrs. Dini Greenberg, Shanghai, China
Mrs Nami Friedman, Pittsburgh, PA
Mrs. Sarah Morosow, Brooklyn, NY
Mrs. Tzivie Greenberg, Portland OR
Mrs. Rochel Holzkenner, Los Alos, FL
Mrs. Raizy Mendelsohn, Jackson, WY
Mrs. Goldie Plotkin, Toronto, Canada
Mrs. Mashi Lipskar, Johannesburg, South Africa
Mrs. Fruma Shapiro, Melbourne, Australia
Mrs. Chani Diskin, Munich, Germany
Mrs. Miriam Lipskier, Atlanta, GA
Mrs. Rochel Flikshtein, Delaware
Mrs. Kesem Mia Hetsrony, Houston, TX
Mrs. Itty Shemtov, Detroit, MI
Mrs. Ilana Benzaquen, Ottawa, Canada
Mrs. Sara Mergui, Paris, France

To sign up your community go to: OrVechom.com/WomenLearning

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