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A SPIRITED SHABBAT EXPERIENCE IN THE NERVE CENTER OF THE
CHABAD-LUBAVITCH MOVEMENT

APRIL 27-29, 2018
12-14 IYAR 5778
 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A visit to 770, the Rebbe's house, and the Ohel
  • A tour of the Crown Heights neighborhood
  • Uplifting chassidic gatherings
  • Insightful talks, group learning and discussions
  • Meet inspiring personalities
  • Gourmet kosher cuisine

COST $240 ADULT /  $100 CHILD

COST INCLUDES ALL MEALS, PROGRAMMING, ACCOMMODATION ARRANGEMENTS AND TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE OHEL

 

 

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A SPIRITED SHABBAT EXPERIENCE IN THE NERVE CENTER OF THE 
CHABAD-LUBAVITCH MOVEMENT

APRIL 27-29, 2018
12-14 IYAR 5778
 

HIGHLIGHTS 

  • A visit to 770, the Rebbe's house, and the Ohel 
  • A tour of the Crown Heights neighborhood
  • Uplifting chassidic gatherings 
  • Insightful talks, group learning and discussions 
  • Meet inspiring personalities 
  • Gourmet kosher cuisine

COST $240 ADULT /   $100 CHILD

COST INCLUDES ALL MEALS, PROGRAMMING, ACCOMMODATION ARRANGEMENTS AND TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE OHEL

Over the past years, you may have heard me refer to the many stories of the Rebbe, his neighborhood of Crown Heights, and the nerve center of Chabad: “770.” There's a reason why these themes keep on coming up. This is where Layah and myself receive our inspiration to fulfill our service and work here in the community.

Instead of just hearing about Crown Heights from me, why not join me and the community in a group trip to New York, to where it all began: to the “engine room” of Chabad, Crown Heights, Brooklyn.


On Shabbat, (April 27—29), against the backdrop of this neighborhood saturated with Jewish life, The Rohr Jewish Learning Institute is organizing an unforgettable weekend experience.  Shabbat in the Heights features amazing speakers, insightful learning, a chance to meet local Crown Heights personalities, tours, and a visit to the Rebbe’s resting place.

The program will run from Friday until Sunday and includes all meals with world-class kosher food.

You probably know that Crown Heights is the heart of the Chabad Lubavitch movement and home to thousands of its followers. It’s become famous as one of the most warm and welcoming communities in the Jewish world. The locals open their houses to visitors from across the globe, urging them to step inside and feel at home. Spending a Shabbat weekend in Crown Heights has become a must-do experience that creates lifetime memories.

The Shabbat weekend is April 27-29, 2018 and is open to both men and women, singles or married.

I hope you’ll be able to join us.