Save The Date -19 Kislev weekend in Houston

Details
Special Guest Speaker!
Community Lecture with Rabbi Mendel Dubrawsky

Date & Time:
Thursday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 PM
Followed by farbrengen for men
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Farbrengen/
Kiddush for Men, Women and Children

Date & Time:
Shabbos, Nov. 23 after davening

Place:
Lubavitch Center
10900 Fondren

Rabbi Mendel Dubrawsky

Recruited by Rabbi S. Lazaroff and at the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s personal instruction, Rabbi Mendel Dubrawsky arrived in Dallas in 1983 to begin the 30 year process of building Chabad of the metroplex to what it is today. Rabbi Dubrawsky is a legend in the Dallas Jewish community, both for his glowing warmth and his tireless efforts in making sure that every single Jew in Dallas has some sort of connection to Judaism.

Rabbi Dubrawsky will lead the Thursday night lecture for men & women followed by a farbrengen for men. A special kiddush for men, women & children will be held on Shabbos.

Please RSVP for Thursday and / or Shabbos by Tuesday 17 Kislev/ Nov. 19 by replying to this email

No charge. Sponsorships Available:

  • "Chassid" $500
  • "Farbrenger" $180
  • "Sponsor" $72

P.S. There are volunteer opportunities, please reply to this email if you are available to volunteer.

What a great way to start the Chassidic year!

About Yud-Tes Kislev
Yud-Tes Kislev is the anniversary of the passing of R. Dovber, the Maggid of Mezritch, in 1772, and anniversary of the release from capital sentence and imprisonment of his disciple, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, in 1798 and is celebrated as a Chassidic holiday amongst Chabad Chassidim.

Yud-Tes Kislev marks the "birth" of Chassidism: the day it was allowed to emerge from the womb of mysticism into the light of day, to grow and develop as an integral part of Torah and Jewish life.




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