The community, yeshivos, and shluchim of Morristown and neighboring cities came together for the completion of the 42nd cycle of Rambam in the spirit of Shnas Hakhel with guest speaker Rabbi Yossi Lew.
This past Sunday in Morristown NJ, the community, yeshivas, and shluchim of Morristown and neighboring cities came together for the completion of the 42nd cycle of Rambam in the spirit of Shnas Hakhel, with special guest speaker Rabbi Yossi Lew, Shliach in Peachtree City, Georgia.
The event was held in the Rabbinical College of America, joined by over 250 people – bochurim, anash and shluchim.
Rabbi Zalman Wilschanski was honored with being the MC of the event.
The event was enhanced with the presence of the Head shliach to the state of NJ, member of Agudath Chasidei Chabad, Rabbi Moshe Herson, shlita.
Rabbi Yossi Lew delivered a powerful address, speaking on the relevance of the Mishneh Torah to the life of a Lubavitcher Chossid. He highlighted the fact that Rambam is the bread and butter of a Lubavitcher Chossid, and that learning Rambam brings unity between Yidden, which is connected to this year – Shnas Hakhel.
The siyum was made by Rabbi Chaim Brafman and the haschala by Rabbi Sholom Spalter.
Thanks was given to Rabbi Chaim Schapiro, menahel of Yeshiva Tomchei Tmimim, Morristown.
In addition thanks was given to the organizers of the event, Sholom Deren and Mendel Susskind, plus Berel Grossbaum, Moshe Kaplan and Mendel Wolf on working on the beautiful teshurah memento for the event
The event Was arranged by the Hakhel Office of Morristown – Mendel Susskind and Meir Danow/
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