Over the past few months, the Tzeirei Anash shul of Crown Heights has been hosting a widely attended Chassidus shiur every morning from 6:30 -7:15 AM with Rabbi Peretz Shapiro. A new ma’mar will be started this week.
It’s 6:30 AM, and although the streets are quiet and cold, your soul is not. Infuse your day with warmth and energy, with freshly brewed coffee and the words of Chassidus.
Over the past few months, the Tzeirei Anash shul of Crown Heights has been hosting a widely attended Chassidus shiur every morning from 6:30 -7:15 AM with Rabbi Peretz Shapiro.
Rabbi Shapiro is known for his gifted ability to clarify deep concepts and applying them to real-life scenarios.
This is what attendees have to say about the shiur:
“The clarity with which the deep concepts of the Maamar are explained is refreshing, and energizes me to carry the message of the Maamar through my day.” -Shmuel Wagner
“Chassidus explained in a practical, thought-provoking way. My day is different when I start it with the shiur.” -Mendy Gopin
This Monday, כ״ט שבט, the shiur will start learning על כן קראו פורים תשי״ג.
Join this warm chabura and prepare for the upcoming Yom Tov of Purim with renewed enthusiasm.
Tzeirei Anash shul – 456 Crown st., right side entrance.
Starting this Monday at 6:30 AM.
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