For Women: Two Sisters Farbreng

Join Live at 8:30 PM: Sisters Mrs. Rivky Slonim of Binghamton, NY, and Mrs. Sarah Raskin of Cote Luc, Quebec, will lead an online farbrengen for Yud Tes Kislev, addressing the topic of adopting a “Moshiach mindset.”

Tut Altz by the Moshiach Office at Merkos 302 is proud to announce a special 20 Kislev Zoom Farbrengen for women of all ages.

As a launch to the current season of Tut Altz, two sisters, both acclaimed speakers and Mashpios to hundreds of women, will be farbrengening about adopting a “Moshiach Mindset.”

Tut Altz has launched a 5-month program geared to implementing a Moshiach mindset. Through relatable messaging, community events and a thoroughly accessible curriculum, the program entitled: ‘We Don’t Have to Wait’ is transforming the understanding of Moshiach from an eventual era into a relatable everyday mindset.

The women farbrengen, “Two Sisters Farbreng,” will be aired live on

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Wednesday, 20 Kislev – Nov. 24 at 8:30-9:30 PM ET.

Mrs Rivky Slonim is a shlucha on campus in Binghamton, New York and Mrs. Sarah Raskin is a shlucha in Cote- Saint- Luc, Quebec. The two sisters, close in age, grew up in Crown Heights and have dedicated their lives to the Rebbe’s shlichus in their respective locales. Both, however, dedicate significant amounts of time coaching and supporting fellow shluchos and chabad women in all areas of life.

For the first time ever, Tut Altz brings these two great women together for an evening of inspiration in the spirit of Moshiach, with an emphasis on implementation.

The event will be moderated by Mrs. Dinie Rapoport, a shlucha in Mequon, Wisconsin, who dedicates much time and effort in organizing Farbrengens and learning events for women.

Hundreds are expected to join via zoom and live stream as women of Anash throughout the world join together to be inspired 

The two sisters are also going to be focusing on segment two of ‘We Don’t Have to Wait’, entitled ‘New Age: Society is a part of the solution’.

That booklet can be found on

A special video presentation by Tut Altz will be aired for the first time during the event. The video will be depicting the message of the current Tut Altz segment, based on the Sichah of Vayeshev 5752 and its relevance to the Chabad woman of today.

All participants are encouraged to read “Current & Relevant”, a new release by the Moshiach Office which serves as an introduction booklet to the newest Tut Altz Initiative. This first-ever primer presents the Rebbe’s call to adopt a Moshiach Mindset in clear and compelling language.

Click here to download.

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