Women Complete Kuntres U’maayan in Just 15 Minutes

After 6 months, 123 classes, and 28 Maamorim, the Living Chassidus women’s group has completed the entire Kuntres U’maayan from the Rebbe Rashab on how to overcome challenges in serving Hashem.

Mazal Tov! After 6 months, 123 classes, and 28 Maamorim, Living Chassidus has completed learning the entire Kuntres U’maayan from the Rebbe Rashab. Kuntres U’maayan is a series of Maamorim where the Rebbe Rashab shows us who we are and how to overcome our challenges in serving Hashem.

Living Chassidus is an organization dedicated to providing learning, community and support to single and newly married women. We also have a separate Men’s Division.

We have built a warm and welcoming environment where people feel part of a community within the greater Crown Heights community.

These past 6 months, one of our learning opportunities for women has been our 15-minute virtual morning Chassidus shiur. Our vision is “15 minutes to change your life”. The learning was dedicated to the safety of Eretz Yisrael.

We know that our Torah learning provides safety for Yidden in Eretz Yisrael. The Rebbe shared this with us countless times. We, at Living Chassidus, took it to heart and have been learning steadily in the zechus of our soldiers, hostages, and all of our Jewish brothers and sisters in Eretz Yisrael, and around the world.

Our learning style is text-based, with discussion around the concepts. Rabbi Sharon Weiss is passionate about Chassidus, and he explains the concepts clearly and practically with a focus on avodah, positivity, and being honest with ourselves.

Aside from the women who joined live before work, we have over 2000 views on our various online platforms like Spotify, YouTube, and Google Podcasts.

Stay tuned for the next Shiur: it’s going to be something special.

To find out more about Living Chassidus email us at [email protected]

If you would like to dedicate this series please reach out to us at [email protected].

Here are links to the classes:


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