Kinus Updates 5780

Hindy Greenberg Offering Wig Services

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 12:17 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

A full service Sheitel salon will be available during the Kinus for your convenience. Hindy Greenberg and her team will provide wash and sets, cuts, and offer Sheitels for purchase.

The salon will be stationed at the NYS Armory on Thursday, Friday, and Motzei Shabbos of the Kinus, and at Oholei Torah on Sunday.

Click here to book an appointment or find out more.

 

Schedule for Guest Program Now Available

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 12:16 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

The incredibly designed program for the guests of Shluchos will begin on Thursday, 18 Shvat, February 13th.

The schedule is now available. Click here to view

 

“Farbunden” – Connection; 5 Short Talks, 5 Core Values, One Powerful Hour

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 12:15 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

An inspiring hour is being planned for Sunday.
Here's what you can expect:

“Es Gait a chossid”
Being True to Who We Are

“Lechatchiler Ariber”
The True Secret to Our Shlichus

"L'chsheyafutzu Maaynosecha Chutza"
The True Measure of Success

“Ligrom Nachas Ruach l’Rebbe”
Staying in Touch; Giving the Rebbe True Nachas

“Chassidim Ain Mishpacha”
Truly On the Same Team

 

Featured Focus Sessions

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 12:15 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

Samplings of topics concerning the spiritual growth of Shluchos and their Shlichus will be explored in these unique sessions.

Giving The Mikvah Talk (You Can Do It!)
Expand your comfort zone in teaching community members about Mivtza Taharas Hamishpacha. Learn conversation starters and discover available resources to help you inspire and connect women with mikvah.

Interior Design: From the Inside Out
What really makes a home beautiful? In this focus session explore how the home we want begins within, by constructing the emotional, aesthetic and ruchnius beauty and strength of our personal Bais Chabad.

Am I Nothing or Everything
Navigating Bitul and Self-Care How can we balance the tensions of bitul and self-care? Is it possible to feel good about yourself, while not clouding your vision with ego? A text based session.

Feminism in 2020 - Our Perspective, Our Response
The world keeps changing. How do we maintain our perspective as we straddle the true feminism of Torah?

 

What's On Your Kinus ID?

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 12:14 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

 

There will be a lot of useful information on your ID tag at the Kinus Hashluchos. Here's what you can expect to see:

  • Your assigned banquet table number
  • Your name and personal photo
  • Your Ohel bus reservation, if reserved
  • Your banquet bus reservation, if reserved
  • Your workshop reservations on the back, if reserved
  • Your unique barcode
  • Your babysitting reservation

You can still register for banquet buses here
and Focus Sessions here.

Check your selected banquet seat here.

 

Mrs. Dini Freundlich To Address Gala Banquet

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 12:13 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

We are excited to announce that Mrs. Dini Freundlich of Beijing, China will address the theme at the Gala Banquet.

Among her many roles, Mrs. Freundlich serves as the director of the Ganeinu International School, Mikvah Mei Tova, oversees two Kosher restaurants, organizes programming for locals and tourists and raises her beautiful family.

We look forward to hearing and being inspired!

 

Novel Networking Opportunity - Give & Get

Monday, January 27, 2020 - 3:15 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

A variety of networking sessions will be presented on Friday afternoon. These sessions, facilitated by a Shlucha, will include an array of topics TBA. You will be able to gain insights for your Shlichus as well as share tips and suggestions from your Shlichus. You will gain what others have to offer and impart your experiences with others for their benefit.

Networking is a great way to meet other Shluchos with similar situations, create relationships and keep open communication with one another.

 

Rabbonim Session: Submit Your Questions

Monday, January 27, 2020 - 3:14 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

In our day to day interactions, we are frequently faced with situations which warrant a call to a Rav, whether for clarification or a psak.

We are fortunate to have saught after Rabbonim join us, to lead general and focus sessions. There will be one focus session on Handling Diversity, and a general session covering Hilchos Shabbos.

If there are any areas that you would like the Rabbonim to discuss or have a particular question please enter them here. Submitting your questions in advance will allow the Rabbonim to prepare their presentations to include your topic.

Thank You For Sharing!

Monday, January 27, 2020 - 3:14 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

We received an outpouring of incredible and uplifting stories filled with Hashgacha Pratis, Ahavas Yisrael and Bitachon. Thank you to everyone who shared!

We wish we could feature every story and celebrate each accomplishment. Even if yours isn't featured, please know how grateful we are that you shared your story.

At this point we will not be collecting any more stories related to the theme of the Kinus. We wish each of you continued strength and Hatzlacha in your holy work in your corner of the earth.

Featured Focus Sessions

Monday, January 27, 2020 - 3:10 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

The Kinus Vaad has been working tirelessly over the last several months to create a wholesome and valuable collection of topics to be addressed. Here is a sampling of what to expect:

"Personal Stories of Connection"
An inter-generational discussion on the golden thread of Hiskashrus that runs through a family. Hear personal stories of direct guidance from the Rebbe that inspire four generations of Shluchos!

Planting the Seeds of Successful Futures
Raising chassidishe children in a turbulent world. How to inspire, how to respond, how to enthuse for lifelong success.

Chassidus Applied: Special Shluchos Edition
with Rabbi Simon Jacobson

Shluchos face many unique challenges, personal, familial, and work related. In this candid personalized session we will address relevant questions that many are afraid to ask and other are afraid to answer. Does Chassidus have the answers to my personal dilemma? Here is your opportunity to anonymously submit any questions in your heart and soul and have them answered by Rabbi Simon Jacobson, of the acclaimed Chassidus Applied Sunday broadcast that has become a staple in many homes. This session is open to Shuchos 45+. Submit your question to . cKrasnianski@gmail.com or WhatsApp 917-750-4588.

 

Save This Number for WhatsApp Updates During the Kinus

Monday, January 27, 2020 - 3:09 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

Once again, we will B'ezH be sending updates via WhatsApp for your convenience. In order to receive updates, you must save 347-770-3613 as a contact on your phone.

You will receive a message on your phone in advance, offering you to receive the Kinus updates. Please confirm that your number is correct.

Complete Registration Before Banquet Seating Opens

Monday, January 27, 2020 - 3:09 pm
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

Banquet seating will open early this week. We encourage you to complete registration for you and your guests before so you can be seated together once the seats open.

You can register at www.kinus.com/register.

If you have misplaced your Kinus registration code and are unable to register, please click here and scroll to the bottom to view a copy of it.

Monday, Chof Bais Shvat Visit to the Ohel

Friday, January 17, 2020 - 10:19 am
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

One of the most anticipated events of the Kinus is the visit to the Ohel and the reading of the the Pan Kloli on behalf of the family of Shluchim.

In response to a Hisorerus from Shluchos around the world our Chof Bais Shvat Program/Hachana L'Ohel will take place at the Ohel. A one hour Hachana is being carefully planned for the family of shluchos to visit the Ohel and our Rebbetzin.

An additional tent and chairs will be rented to ensure that everyone can be comfortable. Select clips of Sichos and nigunim along with words of hisorerus presented on high quality audio and visual will set the tone for an uplifting program.

All Ohel buses will depart together at 8:00am from the corner of President Street and Kingston Avenue. The buses will not be staggered as in the past in order to accommodate that the program begins at 9:30am.

At the conclusion of the program which will be about one hour the Pan Kloli will be read and broadcasted in the tent. All Shluchos will then 'walk around' the Ohel in the same manner dollars were received. You can plan a longer visit on another day, or stay later to read your pan.

It is recommended that you change to non-leather shoes before you leave the tent. Preferred seating will be prepared for mothers with little ones, elderly, or disabled to then enter the Ohel first.

May we be Zoche to have all our communal and personal requests fulfilled in a revealed manner and celebrate this Kinus reunited

 

 

Check-In: When and Where?

Friday, January 17, 2020 - 10:19 am
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

We look forward to greeting you at the Kinus. Please make note of the check In times and locations so you can plan accordingly.

Your Kinus ID will be required for entry to participate in all Kinus programs.

Wednesday: 1:00pm-9:00pm - JCM
Thursday: 12:00pm-9:00pm - NYS Armory
Friday: 9:00am-1:00pm - NYS Armory
Motzei Shabbos: 7:00pm-9:30pm - NYS Armory
Sunday: 9:00am-3:00pm - JCM
Sunday, Banquet: 4:00pm-8:00pm - NYS Armory

Be sure to bring government issued photo ID to check-in.

 

Shuttles to the NYS Armory

Friday, January 17, 2020 - 10:18 am
Posted by The Kinus Office

 

For your convenience we have arranged for regularly scheduled shuttles to take you to and from the Kinus venue throughout the Kinus.

The shuttles will stop at several locations around Crown Heights.

We hope this will indeed make your trip even more seamless.

 


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