These Are the Yud Tes Kislev Farbrengens In Crown Heights

Farbrengens will be held in Crown Heights over the next few days to mark Yud Tes Kislev, chag hageulah of the Alter Rebbe and Rosh Hashana of Chassidus. Choose one from’s extensive list.

Monday Night:

613 Shul
613 East New York Ave
8:00 PM
Rabbi Dovid Sholom Pape

Kolel L’Horaah Maasis
309 New York Ave
8:00 PM
Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Rabbi Shraga Homnick, Rabbi Sholom Ber Shuchat

Ohel Nosson
580 Crown St.
8:30 PM
Rabbi Levi Friedman, Shliach to Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida

Hadar HaTorah
824 Eastern Parkway.
8:00 pm. 

Lefferts Shul
672 Lefferts Ave
8:10 PM
Rabbi Dovid Kahanov

660 Lefferts Ave.
8:00 pm. 
Rabbi Dovid Schmukler


Tuesday Night:

Central 19 Kislev Farbrengen at 770
770 Eastern Parkway
9:00 PM

Merkaz Avreichim
466 Albany Ave. Basement
8:30 PM
Rabbi Nosson Gurary

Lincoln Place Shul and Bais Medrash
1185 Lincoln Place
8:00 PM
Rabbi Boruch Lesches

Tzeirei Anash and the 94th Shul
at Lubavitcher Yeshiva Crown Street
Seudah: 8:30 PM Farbrengen 10:00 PM
Rabbi Moshe Wolberg

Anshei Lubavitch
578 Albany Avenue
9:15 PM
Rabbi Itche Mishulovin

The Shul of East Flatbush
460 Lenox Rd.
8:15 PM
Rabbi Aaron Leib Raskin

Unzer-Chadash Shul
1457 Union Street
8:30 PM
Rabbi Sholom Moshe Paltiel

Nosson’s Shul
579 Brooklyn Ave.
Children’s Farbrengen: 5:30 – 6:30 PM
Farbrengen: 9:00 PM
Rabbi Kalmen Weinfeld

Ksav Sofer
646 Empire Blvd.
Maariv 8:00
Seudah & Farbrengen 8:15
Rabbi Nissen Mangel

Rayim Ahuvim
1614 Carrol St. – Upstairs in Bais Hillel
Maariv 7:45
Farbrengen 8:00 PM
Rabbi Shia Werner

Bais Levi Yitzchak
556 Crown Street side entrance
Yud Tes – Chof Kislev farbrengen in English
Tuesday night after Maariv
Maariv at 6:30pm

Getzel Shul
349 Kingston Ave.
9:00 PM
Rabbi Sholom Dovid Geisinsky

Bais Shneur
at Lubavitch Yeshiva
8:30 PM
Rabbi Dovber Pinson

Bais Avrohom Yitzchok
305 Remsen Ave.
9:00 PM
Rabbi Sholom Zirkind

306 Albany Ave
8:00 PM
Rabbi Levi Matusof

To add your farbrengen, email [email protected].

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