2,000 Hebrew-speaking young shluchim from around the world participated in an inspiring farbrengen broadcast produced by MyShliach in honour of Gimmel Tamuz.
By Anash.org reporter
2,000 Hebrew-speaking young shluchim from around the world participated in a farbrengen broadcast produced by MyShliach in honour of Gimmel Tamuz.
Inspirational words were shared by Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, vice-chairman of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch, and shliach Rabbi Shneur Ashkenazi. The young shluchim then conducted a siyum on the Rambam.
The highlight of the broadcast was a special presentation from the city of Basel, Switzerland, portraying a conversation between a shliach and his son about the difficulties of life on shlichus and the encouraging message of how those who are physically distant are spiritually close.
Afterwards, an exciting presentation was shown, including an overview of the 10 mivtzoyim and virtual visits to a number of Chabad houses around the world. The young shluchim were then treated to soulful niggunim by the chassidishe singer and musician, R’ Simcha Friedman.
The event was broadcast 3 times to accommodate shluchim in different time zones, and was showed on a number of platforms.
Organizers thanked brothers Rabbi Gershon Sudkevitz and Rabbi Feitel Sudkevitz for their generous sponsorship.
The event was arranged by the Hebrew speaking division of MyShliach led by Rabbi Dov’le Halperin and organized by Mendy Schiff. MyShliach is directed by Rabbi Mendy Shanowitz and is under Division 302 at the Merkos L’Inyanei Chinuch, led by Rabbi Mendy Kotlarsky.
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