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It was a room packed with over 1,000 women who were all there for one cause: To celebrate Yud Tes Kislev and be united as a community to bring Moshiach.
“I’ve never felt more connected with my Crown Heights community more than last night,” said one participant.
The event began with a 35-minute summary of the Tanya by Mrs. Sara Blau, followed by videos of the Rebbe, a choir, a dance, and video presentations.
Inspired by and in merit of a Refua Shelaima for a young baby girl, a new project was announced: “Project CommUNITY.”
“It says that Hashem rests when we are united,” said Leah Engel, during her address at the event, “It’s time for our community to get together and reveal Hashem’s shechina.”
The goal of a new community-wide initiative, “Project C,” is to accomplish just that. Project Community is an initiative to get together with neighbors and friends of your surrounding area and make block gatherings to learn Inyonei Geula Moshiach to hasten Moshiach’s coming, organizers explained.
If you haven’t yet joined, it’s not too late. Please look at the map below, find your location and text the leader of your location. She will add you to the texting group, and you will be informed every time there’s a gathering. Please note, you will only be receiving a text once a month when a gathering will be taking place, as not to overload your inbox.
May the first block gathering take place in Yerushlayim Ir Hakodesh with Moshiach’s coming now!
Kohen Caterers was thanked for playing a huge part in making the event possible.
Thank you to the events sponsors for making the evening possible.
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