Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation This Weekend: A Few Rooms Left!

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This weekend, Parshas Behar, hundreds of yidden from across the globe will be gathering in Stamford Ct.for a weekend of growth, inspiration and motivation.

Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation (CCHF) has been a fixture in the Torah community for the past twenty-seven years, inspiring Klal Yisrael to reach greater heights in shmiras haloshon and bein adam l’chaveiro. Now, for the first time, CCHF will be hosting a convention. From Friday morning to Sunday afternoon, participants will be immersed in a veritable deluge of inspiration, from fascinating speakers to stirring davening to delicious and meaningful Shabbos meals.

A few rooms are still available. Please call to (845) 352-3505, ext 108 for more information.

The convention is opening its doors to the general public this Motzei Shabbos and Sunday to join in the unique and stimulating programs.

The Motzei Shabbos program will begin at 10:30 pm and will be highlighted by a wholly unique presentation fusing a sound theater production with a kumzitz by Simcha Leiner.

The Sunday morning program will begin at 10am and will feature no fewer than eight concurrent sessions, each one presented by a celebrated lecturer. The theme of all will be the practical implementation of bein adam l’chaviro motifs into our everyday lives.

Speaking on sholom bayis will be noted psychologist Dr. David Lieberman. Rabbi Zechariah Wallerstein will address this topic as well, and will speak also on self-esteem issues in a subsequent lecture. Rabbi Ephraim Shapiro will offer practical strategies towards proper speech, and will speak also about conflict resolution. Rabbi Paysach Krohn will advise on controlling anger, Rabbi Yosef Viner will address chinuch habanim and Rabbi Jonathan Rietti will speak of the benefits of possessing a healthy heart.  The event will be capped off by a keynote speech delivered by noted lecturer Rabbi Dovid Ozeri.

Attendance is free of charge. Please call to (845) 352-3505, ext 108 to participate in the elaborate Melava Malka, breakfast and lunch (25$ per person, per meal).

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