Featured Project: Communal Unity Viewings of Farbrengen

As we approach twenty-five years since Gimmel Tammuz, communities around the world are uniting to watch and draw inspiration from the Rebbe’s farbrengen of Yud Shvat 1975, which marked twenty-five years from the passing of the Previous Rebbe.

At the farbrengen, which has been restored and subtitled by JEM, the Rebbe emphasized the greatness of chassidim gathering together in unity, especially when the unity is connected with Torah. Booklets with clear transcripts and summaries of the farbrengen have been produced in 3 languages to help follow along.

Part of Project 25, this initiative is a collaborative endeavor between JEM, Vaad Talmidei Hatmimim and Vaad Or Vechom Hahiskashrus.

To find out more, join or arrange a community viewing in your area, email vaad@vaadhatmimim.org.

Click here for the resource site.

Learn more about Project 25 here.

A birds-eye view from 770’s upstairs gallery.
Thousands of Chassidim from around the gathered at 770 for the historic occasion.
Rabbi Efraim Yoles, Chief Rabbi of Philadelphia
A Representative of the Mayor presents the key to the City of Los Angeles.
Mr. Leonard Goldfein and Rabbi Avraham Shemtov.
Rabbi Shlomo Cunin, Head Shliach of California.
Rabbi Shmuel Dovid Raichik says l’chaim to the Rebbe
On the radio broadcast, Rabbi JJ Hecht translates the Rebbe’s talks.
The farbrengen marked 25 years since the passing of the Previous Rebbe.
The Rebbe spoke on a wide variety of topics.