Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz to Keynote 28 Nissan Event

Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz will Be the keynote presenter at the upcoming global Mega-Farbrengen for 28 Nissan, marking thirty-one years since the Rebbe delivered the watershed sicha of Chof Ches Nissan, 5751. 

Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz has touched thousands with his passion for teaching and Yiddishkeit. Inspired by the way he influences others even in his situation, the organizers of the 28 Nissan Mega-Farbrengen decided to focus on the theme  of “everyone’s an influencer.” 

Rabbi Yitzi’s ability to influence others toward living more meaningful Jewish lives inspired the organizers of this year’s 28 Nissan Mega-Farbrengen. “He’s an inspiration to so many people; he makes you wonder how many small ways we can each be a positive influence,” says Rabbi Shloime Naparstek, director of the Moshiach Office at Merkos 302. 

Rabbi Yitzi will Be the keynote presenter at the upcoming global Mega-Farbrengen for 28 Nissan, marking thirty-one years since the Rebbe delivered the watershed sicha of Chof Ches Nissan, 5751. His story exemplifies the message of the day. “The Rebbe called on each one of us to do everything in our power to bring Moshiach,” says Rabbi Mendy Kotlarsky, director of Merkos 302, “Chof Ches Nissan is a time to ask ourselves what we are doing with our circle of  influence we each have.” 

Just ahead of the Chof Ches Nissan Mega-Farbrengen, the Moshiach Office has released the event’s complete schedule, including Rabbi Hurwitz as the Keynote speaker. Chock-full of engaging presenters and helpful inspiration, the twenty-four-hour event will begin Motzei Shabbos, the 29th of Nissan. The worldwide gathering will go live at 10:00 pm, New York time. Rabbis, Mashpiim, Institutional Leaders and Businessmen will address the global Chabad community in English and Hebrew. Although each speaker brings their own unique background to the farbrengen, they will all focus their attention on a single point—everyone’s an influencer

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