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UPDATED 11/24/14

December 5th:
Shimona Tzukernik & Menachem Kallus
Weekly Schedule

December 5th: Shabbat Dinner with Rabbi Naftali Citron, Shimona Tzukernik & Menachem Kallus


Prayer and Meditation in Chassidism

Join us for a special Shabbat with guest speakers Shimona Tzukernik & Menachem Kallus, who will speak throught Shabbat and at our Dinner. The Schedule is as follows:

Friday night Drasha: Menachem Kallus
Friday night Dinner: Shimona Tzukernik
Shabbat morning Meditation: Rabbi Naftali Citron,
Shimona Tzukernik, and Menachem Kallus
Shabbat Morning Drasha: Shimona Tzukernik
Post Kiddush Lecture (2:00 PM): Menachem Kallus
Seudah Shelishit: Menachem Kallus and Shimona Tzukernik

Shimona Tzukernik is one of the foremost female educators on Chassidism. She has a remarkable ability to make her knowledge relevant to people’s lives. Shimona has addressed tens of thousands of participants, empowering her listeners to shift on a personal and ultimately global level. Raised and educated in South Africa, in addition to her teachings on Chassidism, Shimona has also taught art history at Funda University.

Rabbi Menachem Kallus has been a long-term student of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach z"l. He was born and raised in post WWII Hasidic Brooklyn. He eventually received a Ph.D. from the Hebrew University for a dissertation on Contemplative Prayer in Lurianic Kabbalah. He recently published a bilingual edition of Pillar of Prayer, a collection of over 300 teachings from the Baal Shem Tov and his Circle. He lives in Jerusalem with his wife and son.

Please note: A $5 Discount per meal will be applied to all reservations received before Wednesday, December 3rd.

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