Kinus News 5779

Guest Keynote At The Banquet

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - 2:07 pm
Posted by Rabbi Schneur Nejar

Guest Keynote At The Banquet: Mr. Yitzchak שי׳ Mirilashvili 

We are honored to share that Reb Yitzchak Mirilashvili will be the guest keynote speaker at this year's Gala Banquet.

Through his Keren Meromim Foundation he supports dozens of revolutionary projects spreading Torah learning, Chessed and outreach while supporting hundreds of Shluchim in Eretz Yisroel and throughout the world.

The Mirilashvlili family have become exemplary partners to Shluchim and communities around the world, committed to perpetuating and expanding the Rebbe's vision accross the globe.

Let Us Show You "How To"

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - 2:06 pm
Posted by Rabbi Schneur Nejar

 

Are you confused about how to invite your guest to the Gala Banquet? Maybe you aren't so "computer savvy" and you don't even know how to make a payment for yourself?

We've put together a series of "how to" videos, walking you through different parts of the registration process. Click here if this is something that can be helpful to you. And let us know what you think!

Accommodations for Shluchim During the Kinus

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - 2:06 pm
Posted by Rabbi Schneur Nejar

 

We are pleased to inform you that registration for sleeping accommodations for the 5779 Kinus Hashluchim has opened.

The final date for registration will be on Sunday 10/21/2018 at 2:00PM EST. Limited availability, First-Come First-Serve.

Registration for sleeping accommodations is separate from the Kinus registration. Details and registration instructions can be found here.

Featured Workshops

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - 2:04 pm
Posted by Rabbi Schneur Nejar

 The full workshop schedule is now available and you can now reserve a seat in your preferred sessions. Click here to reserve.

Here is a sampling of the workshops that are being prepared for the upcoming Kinus:

Reaching Your Potential in a Small Community
Fundraising coach Mendel Duchman, together with Rabbi Meir Kaplan will present various strategies on how to reach your fundraising potential when you have limited resources. Hear ideas on how you can build a beautiful Chabad House in a small community.
Presented by 
Rabbi Mendel Duchman, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Meir Kaplan, Victoria, BC Canada

The Art of Motivation 
Discover how motivation is both a science and an art. Learn how to motivate your students to participate and learn with a passion and Chayos! 
Presented by 
Rabbi Levi Feldman, Brooklyn, NY

A Proper Mindset for Young Shluchim 
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Find a better mind space and know your boundaries. Tap into a deep belief and confidence that what we are “Selling/doing” has profound significance. 
Presented by 
Rabbi Aryeh Weinstein, Newtown, PA
Rabbi Dov Greenberg, Palo Alto, CA

Hadrocho from the Rebbe: Speaking to Their Hearts 
Father and son, Rabbi Moshe and Mendel Feller share maanos received by Mrs. Mindel Feller obm, from the Rebbe. 
Presented by 
Rabbi Moshe Feller, S. Paul, MN 
Rabbi Mendel Feller, West S. Paul, MN

Basic Schedule Available

Sunday, September 30, 2018 - 10:19 am
Posted by Rabbi Schneur Nejar

 The basic schedule for the Kinus is now available online.

We hope that having this schedule will hlep you organize and maximize your short, precious time in New York.

Click here to view the schedule.

Hotel Room Discounts

Sunday, September 30, 2018 - 10:15 am
Posted by Rabbi Schneur Nejar

The Chabad Partners Conference will take place at the Jewish Children's Museum, 792 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn. A block room rate has been arranged for the guests coming for the conference.

The  Pointe Plaza Hotel is offering 20% off for guests, with rooms ranging from $97-$200 per night. Located 3 miles from 770, the Pointe Plaza has a Kosher breakfast and shuttle service to Crown Heights.  Click here for more information and to book a room . The promo code is KINUS2018

 The   Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge is is once again offering discounted rates for November 3rd and 4th. make a reservation hereor by calling 781-373-4141 and mention the Lubavitch World Headquarters Meeting Room Block

Book early. Rooms and rates are limited

 

Car and Airfare Discounts Available

Sunday, September 30, 2018 - 10:14 am
Posted by Rabbi Schneur Nejar

 

As in previous years, discounts for airfare and car rentals are available for those traveling to New York for the Kinus.

Car Rental discounts are available for Hertz, Avis, Dollar and Enterprise. Click here to take advantage of the discounts.

Airfare discounts are available for United and Delta Airlines. Click here for more information and to take advantage of the discounts.

Location for Thursday Sessions

Friday, September 14, 2018 - 10:12 am
Posted by Rabbi Schneur Nejar

 

Baruch Hashem, the continued growth of our precious family of Shluchim, sessions will once again take place at Leonard's Palazzo, a larger and more spacious location.

The Palazzo will host general sessions, multiple slots of simultaneous workshops and dinner. Shuttles will bring Shluchim to and from Crown Heights. The facility is also a short distance from the JFK and LGA airports and the Ohel.


 

 

RCC to Host Gala Banquet

Friday, September 14, 2018 - 10:06 am
Posted by Rabbi Schneur Nejar

 

After months of tedious research for the ideal location to accommodate our growing family of Shluchim, we are happy to share that the Rockland Community College in Suffern, NY will host the largest Gala Banquet that the Kinus Hashluchim has ever seen.

The new location will allow for a more comfortable, enjoyable and spacious evening for all.

 

 

Kinus Theme: כי גבר עלינו חסדו

Friday, September 14, 2018 - 10:01 am
Posted by Rabbi Schneur Nejar

 

Under the constant barrage of communal and familial responsibilities—of budgets and crises, deadlines and projects and all the activities that consume our days—it can be hard to step back and appreciate the chessed that pervades our lives. This year, in the spirit of the Rebbe’s Kapitel, we dedicate the Kinus to recognizing the privilege we have to be part of the community of the Rebbe’s shluchim. That kindness exists on three levels. It begins within ourselves, but extends far beyond our homes.

החסד שנעשה עמנו

The kindness done to us. When the Rebbe chose us to represent him—to be his shluchim, he gave us the greatest kindness we could ever hope to receive. With this gift, the Rebbe fills and fuels our existence with the the deepest sense of purpose, as the agents facilitating the דירה בתחתונים and preparing the world לקבלת פני משיח צדקנו.

החסד בינינו

The kindness within the family of shluchim. It is the greatest blessing to have brothers and sisters to rely on; who are there for us in our moments of need and in our moments of triumph and joy. The bond, brotherhood and alliance which exists among the family of shluchim remind us that we are part of something greater than ourselves. We are not individuals, alone on our islands, but a united family that loves and supports one another.

החסד על ידינו

The Rebbe’s kindness done through our hands. The impact we have on our communities—on the individuals and families that pass through our doors—is the ultimate act of chessed we can hope to achieve. To give a fellow Jew the chance to do a mitzvah, to study Torah, to be connected to the Rebbe, is priceless. It is the greatest gift we can give.

Focusing on this awesome chessed, appreciating that our lives are dominated, overwhelmed by chessed—from the Rebbe to us, from one shliach to another, and from us to our communities—gives us a new appreciation and joy for our avodas hakodesh.

Thanks to dozens of dedicated individuals, preparations for this year’s Kinus are well underway. We are looking forward to deliver a series of inspirational sessions, workshops, and farbregens that explore and expand upon the Rebbe’s empowering message. It is our hope and expectation that this year’s Kinus will serve as a powerful reminder to each shliach of the awesome privilege he has been given, and will allow him to return to his shlichus clear-eyed and invigorated.


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