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Published on Wed, Dec 26, 2012 (3:46 p.m.)Open to all Jews, adult and child, married or single, Chabad of Summerlin will be hosting its annual Shabbaton Weekend January 11- 12 led by guest speaker, Rabbi Shlomo Bistritzky, for thought provoking Jewish insight and inspiration.
Join for all or any sessions, of the three part weekend
January 11, following services, enjoy the time-honored Friday night dinner; complete with classic Jewish cuisine like challah and chicken soup, and matzah balls. With the topic titled “Who am I? Why am I?” , speaker will inspire the community members on defining their unique role within the world.
Children’s programs will run simultaneously during the Friday night lecture.
Saturday January 12, engage in the warm Shabbat atmosphere with singing, schmoozing, sharing words of Torah at a sit down Shabbat lunch with traditional kiddush and cholent.
Saturday evening, January 12 at 8:00 PM, an enjoyable evening is planned for adults. Shabbat will conclude with a “Havdalah Service” and Melave Malka meal, followed by a lecture. Titled “From Good to Great”, Rabbi Shlomo Bistristzky will inspire attendees on creating continuous excitement in our daily routine.
All are welcome, no prior affiliation necessary. The three part Shabbat program will be held at the Chabad of Summerlin, 2640 Regatta Drive, Las Vegas.
Shabbat Friday night meal is $30.00 for adult $18.00 for children 12 and under
Shabbat lunch $10.00 donation
Saturday night $18.00 donation
Become a sponsor for $300.
Please RSVP by calling (702) 855-0770 between 9:00- 1:00 p.m. or email [email protected]
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