By COLlive reporter
Photos: Aharon Gellis/COLlive
The ‘Nafshi’ event at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn on Sunday was a 3-hour Farbrengen, packing in Niggunim, inspiring words, and uplifting Chasidishe warmth into its program.
The sold out theater united Jews of all types from all over the New York area and beyond, who sang along with the heartfelt melodies taught by the Chabad Rebbeim and danced together to joyous and upbeat niggunim of simcha.
The event celebrated Yud Tes Kislev, the Chag Hageulah of the Alter Rebbe, and the Rosh Hashana of Chassidus.
Singers Avraham Fried, Eitan Katz, Beri Weber and Alex Clare brought their warmth to the beloved and moving melodies, as the audience joined in and sang in unison.
Riveting speakers, Rabbis Eli Mansour, Judah Mischel, Shais Taub, and Moshe Weinberger provided words of inspiration, making the evening a night of connection to the Rebbe and Chassidus.
The proceeds from the ‘Nafshi’ event will support Colel Chabad, an organization started by the Alter Rebbe, particularly their work aiding displaced families in Israel. Rabbi Sholom Duchman, executive director of Colel Chabad, thanked participants for their support.