Live Sunday at 1:30 PM ET: Join Chabad-Lubavitch women emissaries and their partners and admirers from across the globe as they celebrate the first-ever all-virtual Kinus Hashluchos, broadcast live on Anash.org N’shei Page.
Join Chabad-Lubavitch women emissaries and their partners and admirers from across the globe as they celebrate the first-ever all-virtual International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Women Emissaries.
The Virtual Gala is the culmination of the weekend-long Kinus Hashluchos, where shluchos enjoyed a suite of workshops, addresses, vignettes and video highlights from around the world. Workshops included “Bikur Cholim (visiting the sick) During COVID and Beyond” and “The Rollercoaster Ride of Operating Friendship Circle During the Pandemic.”
The keynote speaker will be Chaya Chitrik, co-director of Chabad of Turkey, who will talk about the unexpected opportunities she and her husband, Rabbi Mendy Chtrik, have had running a Chabad House in a Muslim-majority nation.
Mrs. Mashie Hazan Milan, Italy
Mrs. Shaina Richler S. Lake Tahoe, CA
Mrs. Moussia Shemtov Montevideo, Uruguay
Mrs. Chanie Friedman Ashdod, Eretz Yisroel
Mrs. Mazal Sternbach Lagos, Nigeria
Mrs. Esther Hecht Auckland, New Zealand
Tzeirei Hashluchos Young Chaya Mushkas from around the world
REFLECTIONS ON THE REBBETZIN
Mrs. Rivkah Slonim Binghamton, NY
ZICHRON L’HOLCHIM & L’CHAIM
Mrs. Henya Yehudis Lazar Milan, Italy
Our approach when faced with obstacles
THE ICE MIKVA
Mrs. Rochel Gordon South Launceston, TAS Australia
THE CALL OF THE HOUR
Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky Brooklyn, NY
THE TRIUMPH OF JEWISH EDUCATION
Mrs. Chana Shayna Gansburg Toronto, Ontario
Mrs. Sarah Alevsky New York, NY
Mrs. Sara Bluming Potomac, MA
Mrs. Chaya Chitrik Istanbul, Turkey
THE RESILIENCE OF JEWISH COMMUNITY
Mrs. Shternie Freedman Bahía Blanca, Argentina
Mrs. Sara Freedman Bahía Blanca, Argentina
INTERNATIONAL ROLL CALL
Sunday, 25 Shevat, February 7th at 1:30 PM ET.
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