Young Shluchim joining the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim of the Shluchim Office had a blast on Sunday enjoying a grand trip to the American Dream Mall Waterpark, the largest indoor waterpark in America.
On Motzei Shabbos, a sweet surprise awaited each shliach as they entered the Kinus Melave Malka: A delicious candy platter for them to bring home to their children, sponsored in honor of the Yaldei Hashluchim on the front lines.
The Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim of the Shluchim Office concluded on Sunday evening with a grand banquet, a celebration culminating three packed days of inspiration, fun and Chassidishkeit.
After three days of friendship, excitement, and inspiration, hundreds of Young Shluchim in the Hebrew division of the Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim gathered for their very own Grand Banquet.
Tayere brider mir velen zich veiter zen... As the Kinus Hashluchim came to a close, shluchim savored the last moments of their stay, bidding farewell to friends and relatives as they took their leave of Crown Heights.
Anash.org photographer Dovber Hechtman set out to capture the smiling and solemn faces of the participants in the International Kinus Hashluchim of 5782, as they walked the streets of Crown Heights.
Young Shluchim who participate in MyShliach’s Ach Sheli “big brother” program met their mentors for a special program in Oholei Torah this past Thursday.
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Over a thousand Shluchim packed into the Shluchim Office on Thursday night for a beautiful and uplifting Farbrengen. An annual tradition, Shluchim stayed throughout the night Farbrenging and strengthening each other in their Shlichus.
After arriving back in Crown Heights re-energized from the Gala Banquet, shluchim gathered at 770 Eastern Parkway for one final farbrengen before returning to their place of Shlichus.
Shluchim in France who were unable to travel to New York due to Covid restrictions gathered on Sunday for a day of shlichus workshops and sessions culminating in an uplifting gala banquet.
Over 5,000 Chabad Shluchim and their guests celebrated at the annual Kinus Hashluchim Gala Banquet, the culmination of a five-day International Conference of Shluchim.
Thousands of shluchim arrived back in Crown Heights re-energized and stimulated after taking part in the Gala Banquet in Edison, New Jersey, culminating five days of workshops, farbrengens, davening and visiting the Ohel.
At the Gala Banquet of the Kinus Hashluchim, Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky shared how recent health challenges have spurred him to triple his efforts, and announced a remarkable list of initiatives and goals that he had set for himself.
With no official shluchim photo this year, smaller regional groups couldn’t resist the chance to take group photos with the shluchim in their locality. Anash.org photographer Dovber Hechtman captured a number of them.
Watch Live at 4:30 pm: Join over 5,000 Chabad Shluchim and their guests as they celebrate at the annual banquet, the culmination of a five-day International Conference of Shluchim.
Join Live at 4:45 PM EST: Watch as over 2,000 Young Shluchim joining both the in person and virtual tracks celebrate together at the annual banquet, the culmination of an incredible Kinus program full of fun, inspiration and connection.
The pan kloli on behalf of all the shluchim around their globe was read at the Rebbe’s Ohel on Sunday by Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, Chairman of the International Kinus Hashluchim, accompanied by Rabbi Lipa Brennan and a number of prominent shluchim.
Prior to entering the Ohel, shluchim wrote individual panim with their personal request, and signed on a communal pan kloli which asked for brachos for all the shluchim and their families and success in their holy work.
The annual shluchim’s visit to the Rebbe’s Ohel took place on Sunday of the Kinus this year, as opposed to Friday as in previous years, to allow shluchim from overseas to join the proceedings live. The day began with shacharis and a hachana program.