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Farbrengen, The: (Yiddish) (a) an assemblage addressed by a Rebbe; (b) an informal g athering of Chassidim characterized by singing and inspiring talk.

You may have heard of our “Farbrengen Club” and we want you to join! A Farbrengen at the Shul is an informal gathering of Chassidim and members of the Shul. We talk, sing and inspire each other.

There are a few reasons one may want to have a Farbrengen. You may want to have a Farbrengen in honor of a birthday, anniversary, personal success or just the need for inspiration. In addition, there are reasons the Shul would plan a Farbrengen, i.e. the end of Sukkos, the end of Pesach, and other such special dates. Food is always provided, as is drink. Members will receive front row seats, giving them a great view of the action.

Members also receive reading material before each Farbrengen to help them come prepared with the background knowledge surrounding that particular date and event. Prior to each Farbrengen, an email reminder will be sent notifying you of the date and time, as well as the menu, and background information.

If you would like to join this exclusive and highly sought after club, dubbed "The Farbrengen Club" - please click here. Membership is encouraged, but as with all Shul events, everyone is welcome. Try it. Join a Farbrengen and see how it will profoundly affect your life.

Farbrengens 2016-2017

September 22, 2016 | 8:00pm
Menu:  Taco Bar  ~  Location: Home of Jeff Langer

November 22, 2016 | 8:00pm
Menu: Chicken Wings & More ~ Location:  Home of David Iancu

February 7, 2017 | 8:00pm 
Menu: Schwarma & More ~ Location:  Linton Shabbos Home 

More Dates to Come!

The Hebrew dates listed are the auspicious Hebrew dates that are commemorated with the Farbrengen. They are usually scheduled within the week—not the day of  the stated Hebrew date. Please note that the listed Farbrengen are geared toward men, unless noted.

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For more information on upcoming Farbrengens, please contact Rabbi Cheski.

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