Tishrei Yom Tov (Holiday) Series
A wonderful series on the Yomim Tovim (holidays) in the month of Tishrei. This series explains how Tishrei fits into the Jewish calendar. It includes material on the build-up to Tishrei, Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and carries through to the joyous conclusion of the season with Succos and Simchas Torah. These classes are full of warm Chassidic stories and thought provoking insights that will provide inspiration for the intense process of self-evaluation and rededication to avodas Hashem (service of G-d).
(Fast of) Tzom Gedalia
(Fast of) Tzom Gedalia Shortly after the destruction of the first Beis Hamikdash the leader of the Jews remaining in the holy land was murdered. This resulted in the complete ousting of Jews from the holy land. This day is a fast day because it marks the end of the era of the first Beis Hamikdash.
6 TISHREI The Yahrtzeit (anniversary of passing) of Rebbetzin Chana (The Rebbe's Mother).
10 days of Teshuva
10 days of Teshuva The intermediate days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur are in themselves an extraordinary time for Return. We will include here BL''N all TESHUVA related classes.
Yom Kippur. The holiest day of the year.
11 Tishrei, Gott's Numen' Bishem Hashem
The Ba'al Shem Tov called this day "G-d's name" and the four days between Yom Kippur and Sukkos the four letters of the (aforementioned) divine name
12 TISHREI. Yahrtzeit of Reb Avrohom the Malach (Angel).
13 TISHREI Yahrtzeit (day of Passing) of the Rebbe MAHARA''SH (Reb Shmuel)- the fourth Lubavitcher Rebbe. b. 5594/1834 d. 5643/1882.
The third of the regalim (holidays) celebrated annually in the Beis Hamikdash. It marks the highest point of joy in the Jewish calender mentioned in Torah Shebiksav (The written Torah). It celebrates (among other things) the end of the harvest.
Shmini Atzeres and Simchas Torah
Shmini Atzeres and Simchas Torah.