As we approach 11 Nissan, Derher for Kids has just released a captivating new episode that takes children on an experiential journey through the history of Hakhel – from Matan Torah to the Beis Hamikdash, and finally, to Hakhel with the Rebbe.
This year, Hakhel has taken on a greater significance than ever before, with an unprecedented surge in global interest and participation in Hakhel events.
Children have always played an important role in the mitzvah of Hakhel. In fact, the Torah specifically includes them in the gathering, unlike almost any other mitzvah.
But can we make it meaningful for the children too? What if there was a way for your child to experience Hakhel in a more relatable way?
In honor of Yud Aleph Nissan, Derher for Kids has just released a captivating new episode that takes children on an experiential journey through the history of Hakhel – from Matan Torah to Hakhel in the Beis Hamikdash, and finally, to Hakhel with the Rebbe.
This experience is sure to leave a lasting impression on them and transform the way they view and participate in Hakhel with a shturem.
Naturally, children wonder about Hakhel: What was it like? What does it mean for us today? How can they host a Kinus Hakhel without feeling embarrassed?
All of these questions and more are addressed in the new fascinating episode.
Although we are already halfway through the Hakhel year, the Rebbe referred to it as shnas Hakhel, an entire year of Hakhel. Therefore, let us continue to build momentum and inspire our children to have a passionate feeling for Hakhel.
The new episode also encourages children to organize their own Kinusei Hakhel; a beautiful hachalata to walk away with from Yud Aleph Nissan.
May we be zoche to the ultimate Hakhel with Moshiach in the Beis Hamikdash, now Mamosh!