The 19th day of Kislev, marks the day of the liberation of the Alter Rebbe, the founder of Chabad. This day is known as the "Rosh Hashana - The New Year of Chassidus." To learn more about the significance of this auspicious day   PLEASE CLICK HERE 

 In honor of Yud Tes Kislev, we are proud to present a beautiful, informative, and inspirational program featuring Rabbi Simon Jacobson and an all-star lineup of speakers and Singers. Check out the flyer below.

The event will air on this page, Saturday Night, Dec. 5th at 7:30 pm. 

CHABADW60S.COM/KISLEV19  Or click on the flyer below.

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A Light On The Path 

The teachings of Chassidus illuminate and enhance our personal path to G‑d in a practical and meaningful way. 

The revelation of Chassidism into the world was the moment when the esoteric realms and physical realities united. What had largely been seen as abstract and beyond the reach of the average person, is now within the grasp of each and every individual. 

This was highlighted when the founder of Chabad Chassidus, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, was freed from Czarist imprisonment. His physical freedom was the acknowledgement from heaven that his teaching could be spread far and wide. 

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