Shluchim Worldwide Share the Significance of Gimmel Tammuz 

Shluchim use a new package of resources from JLI, including an Ohel Visitation Guide, classes, farbrengen materials, and social media posts to share the Rebbe’s teachings with their communities.

As thousands stream to the Ohel on Gimmel Tammuz, many shluchim will use a new resource from JLI to share the Rebbe’s Torah content on the significance of visiting the Rebbe’s Ohel with their community members. 

The brand new talking points on visiting the Ohel is one component of an exclusive bundle of educational materials, social media posts, and farbrengen resources that empower shluchim to share the meaning of the holy day with their community. 

Released in the weeks ahead of Gimmel Tammuz, JLI’s package includes a selection of classes, seminars, social learning units, social-media-ready posts and videos for shluchim to share with their communities to cultivate a deeper appreciation for the Rebbe, his leadership, and his teachings. 

This week, many shluchim are hosting classes on the Rebbe’s perspective, using a lesson from JLI’s course on the Rebbe’s visionary teachings, Paradigm Shift—now available free of charge to all shluchim.

Other communities are hosting powerful farbrengens and facilitated meaningful conversations on the Rebbe’s ongoing impact using a special edition of the Sparks of Wisdom series, sparking discussions on some of the Rebbe’s core teachings. 

Beyond this exclusive bundle of resources, hundreds of shluchim are making use of the vast repository of classes, mini-classes, and social learning materials available through JLI’s website that empower shluchim, educators, and community leaders worldwide to share the significance and meaning of Gimmel Tammuz with their students and communities.

“We aim for shluchim to have all the resources they need to bring the Rebbe’s Torah to their communities,” says Rabbi Shlomie Tenenbaum, project manager at JLI. “We’re elated to hear of the impact so far.”

To view the entire bundle of resources, click here.

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