Chazaq Host’s Five Events in 24 hours

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Chazaq is known for organizing hundreds of inspirational shiurim that inspire tens of thousands throughout the calendar year, but with the lead-up to Rosh Hashanah, the increase in quantity is noticeable.

On September 11th and 12th, Chazaq organized 5 special shiurim throughout the New York area.

Rabbi Lazer Brody was the headliner for two events. Coming in from Eretz Yisrael, people couldn’t wait for their opportunity to see and hear the well-known “Emunah” Rabbi in person. The first night, September 11th, he gave a special shiur on the power of Emunah at the Briarwood Jewish Congregation. While on the second night, he spoke in Brooklyn for the BJX center, helping the community prepare for Rosh Hashanah with a shmuz on forgiveness.

On September 11th, Rabbi Duvi Bensoussan spoke at Shaare Emunah in Cedarhurst, continuing CHAZAQ’s 4 part “Elevate Your Elul” Series, that had Rabbi Paysach Krohn speak the prior week. On Thursday, September 22nd, Rabbi Eli Mansour headlines part 3, and the final part of the series will be on Sunday, October 2nd, with Rabbi Ephraim Shapiro.

Also speaking on September 11th was Rebbetzin Slovie Jungreis Wolff at the Beth Gavriel Center in Forest Hills, as she gave an inspiring lecture at a women’s only event. Rebbetzin Wolff encouraged the community to elevate their Rosh Hashanah davening and shared touching stories on the amazing power of prayer.

On September 12th, another special lecture took place at Beth Gavriel with Rabbi Ilan Meirov as the speaker. This event was dedicated to the loving memory of Yosef ben Angela who tragically passed away this month. You can tell from the large crowd, how special of a young man Yosef was and his positive impact on those around him. May his neshama have an Aliyah.

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