Drawing from the Rebbe’s teachings, we understand that each year on the Yom HaHilulo, the Rebbe — and everything the Rebbe achieved throughout the nesius — are elevated immeasurably higher than before. Concurrently, there is an outpouring of Hashem’s brachos and yeshuos showered upon the world on this holy day, and this impacts especially those who are connected to the Rebbe and who carry on his work.

While this is true every year, it has special significance this year. In conjunction with the Frierdiker Rebbe’s thirtieth Yom HaHilulo on Yud Shevat 5740, the Rebbe quoted and explained the words in Yechezkel “it came to pass in the thirtieth year … the heavens opened up, and I saw visions of G‑d.” Yechezkel merited the vision of the Merkava after thirty years. 

The Rebbe explained that after thirty years, a new period begins, one which is on a level that is much higher than the previous one. “Vayehi b’shloshim shana” means that the same revelation that we experience each year descends in a renewed and incomparably intense manner.

In light of this, as Shluchim and community leaders seek ways to uplift their communities during this special time, Vaad Or Vechom Hahiskashrus is pleased to provide a collection of resources to assist you in organizing your local event in honor of Gimmel Tammuz.

Below you will find curated lists of available guest speakers for Chabad Houses and for Anash communities to significantly enhance your local gathering, as well as, a variety of useful resources you can use in planning your event, whether it will be a day of learning, a musical tribute, or a communal gathering.

        

        

      

     

       

              

   

                

SUGGESTION TO CONSIDER

It might be worthwhile to go beyond your usual mosad or constituents to have a broader conversation about the Rebbe in your community.

Thus, it might have wider appeal, and perhaps also greater ability to pull in others in leadership and planning, if you arrange an event not only at your Chabad House, but (either in addition to your own, or instead of your own) where possible, at a local JCC, Young Israel, etc.

One scenario: Identify a local Jewish organization (e.g., JCC, YI, etc.) where you have a good relationship, or where a supporter of yours is also involved, and have them (the supporter, or board member of another organization) raise the idea of them organizing an event to reflect on the Rebbe l’kavod Gimmel Tammuz

           

Don't see your event listed? Email us your flyer at [email protected].

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