Hundreds of Crown Heights Fathers and Sons Join Avos Ubanim

Over 500 fathers and sons attended the first week of the Avos Ubanim Betzalel learning program this past Motzoei Shabbos in Crown Heights and East Flatbush. 

Over 500 fathers and sons attended the first week of the Avos Ubanim Betzalel learning program this past Motzoei Shabbos in Crown Heights and East Flatbush. 

The excitement on the faces of the boys as well as on the faces of their fathers was contagious. It was heartwarming to witness the bonding of the boys with their fathers as they spent quality time together. Incentives and prizes galore with inspiring divrei chizuk topped off this wonderful Motzei Shabbos experience.

Avos Ubanim is now closer than ever with twelve locations throughout the neighborhood:

Agudah Shul – 456 Crown Street
Anshei Chayil– 432 Rutland Road
Anshei Lubavitch – 578 Albany Ave
Anshei Moshe –1334 Lincoln Place
Basement of 770 – 770 Eastern Parkway
Beis Avrohom Yitzchok– 270 E. 91st Street
Eliyahu Nachum – 672 Lefferts Avenue
Empire Shtiebel – 489 Empire Blvd.
Frankel’s Shul – 1699 President Street
Kehilas Lubavitch of East Flatbush-460 Lenox Rd.
Lincoln Place Shul– 1185 Lincoln Place
Rayim Ahuvim–  1614 Carroll Street.

The Avos Ubanim program is known as Avos Ubanim Betzalel in loving memory of Reb Betzalel Jacobson OBM, dedicated by his son Yerachmiel Jacobson. This week’s learning was graciously sponsored by Dovid Feldman and family לעילוי נשמת his father נפתלי אלימלך. There are several weeks still available to sponsor. Please contact Rabbi Z. Sorkin at 978-384-0770.

“This year we are “launching” a very unique project which will hopefully bring a new “chizuk” to both fathers & sons so as not to miss out on any of the evenings of Avos Ubanim,” organizers said.

Avos Ubanim has created  a very informative card game on הלכות שמיטה, חלה, ביכורים ,ערלה ,וכו. The program contains card sets (3 cards) which the boys will be able to collect weekly by attending Avos Ubanim. By the end of the winter every boy will be able to have completed his own Avos Ubanim card game according to how many weeks he attended.

“Hope to see you next Motzoei Shabbos!” they said.

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