Vaad Or Vechom Hahiskashrus presents “Always Connected,” exploring how to deepen our connection with Hashem, the Rebbe and our fellow Jew.
Following the success of its latest women’s learning event, “Never Alone,” Vaad Or Vechom Hahiskashrus is pleased to present “Always Connected” as a Hachana for Gimmel Tammuz. The program will explore how to deepen our connection with Hashem, the Rebbe and our fellow, by studying the Rebbe’s words.
Provided course material enables the opportunity for three distinct discussions of these specific connections. Questions sought to answer include “How can I develop a more tangible relationship with Hashem? What if I don’t have a strong sense of Hiskashrus like others seem to? How can I view my fellow yidden in a positive light?”
The format is highly flexible and customizable to each community. Participants can choose one of three “discussion rooms,” the event can be broken up across multiple nights, or all three topics can be discussed together. A long list of available facilitators is also included to ensure that the event runs smoothly and digs deep.
The Rebbe exemplified how to establish a strong connection in these three contexts, as an Eved Hashem, a Chassid of His Rebbe, and the ultimate embodiment of Ahavas Yisroel. We encourage women to tap into his timeless guidance leading up to Gimmel Tammuz.
To bring “Always Connected” to your community, click here.
Upon registering your will receive:
- Customizable Flyer
- Facilitator’s Guide
- Student Guide
- List of suggested facilitators ($100)
- Suggested care package list
- Branded postcard
- Sample google form to personalize for your community
For a plethora of resources for Gimmel Tammuz visit OrVechom.com/Hachana