Because of this year’s unique circumstances, the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim has planned a beautiful three-day virtual Kinus where Young Shluchim from all over the world can experience three days of fun, Chassidishkeit and inspiration.
The Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim, a project of the Shluchim Office has released new details of an incredible, virtual Kinus.
Because of the unique circumstances in which we find ourselves, the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim has planned a beautiful three-day virtual Kinus where Young Shluchim from all over the world can experience three days of fun, Chassidishkeit and inspiration.
They have revealed further details of what promises to be an incredible program. The staff has been hard at work, creating an amazing experience where Young Shluchim all over the world can be in one space virtually and connect together.
This year’s Kinus will begin on Friday, 26 Cheshvan with interactive bunk activities, a live Ohel rally, and a beautiful 770 experience with exclusive tours and more. The program will resume on Motzai Shabbos with entertainment for the whole family and continue on Sunday with Kingston fun which will include interactive games and exciting competitions. The mega banquet event will be held later on, culminating the three day experience with Young Shluchim together worldwide.
The theme of this year’s Kinus, “Chasidim ein mishpocho” will focus on that although we might be psychically distant, we all have one father – the Rebbe, and we are all connected to each other.
The Kinus for boys in grades 1-8 will begin on Friday, 26 Cheshvan / November 13, resume on Motzai Shabbos and will end on Sunday, 28 Cheshvan / November 15.
The early price has been extended until Monday, 8 Cheshvan – October 26. Register Today at YoungShluchim.org.
A full Kinus box complete with a t-shirt, Yamulka, prizes and items for activities is included with each registration. Shipping of the box is free for addresses in the USA for registrations before 8 Cheshvan.
Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim is a project of the Shluchim Office.