The Revach Shabbaton: Warming the Heart and Soul


yechiel-speroAre you looking to escape the bitter cold winter to a place that’s warm and cozy? Well, then there’s a place for you. No, it’s not Florida, it’s the Revach Shabbaton. A Shabbos that warms the heart and touches the soul. This is not just another Shabbos retreat. It’s unique, it’s inspiring, and it’s rejuvenating.

Revach was launched to fill a unique role in our community. Its goal, says its director, Rabbi Binyomin Pruzansky, “is for people in our community to really enjoy Yiddishkeit. This is a Shabbos for the family to relax, reenergize and reinvigorate their bodies and souls in a true Torah environment. It is our hope that we can have future Shabbatons, yemei iyun and inspirational events that talk directly to people’s hearts.”

The Shabbos will feature a unique combination of ruchniyus and gashmiyus at an affordable price. The nonprofit event will feature speakers including Rabbi Yechiel Spero, renowned author of the “Touched By A Story” series. His Torah thoughts, lectures, stories and chinuch advice are sought by people across the globe.

Rabbi Benzion Klatzko, national director of college kiruv and founder of, has created a kiruv revolution. His insights and love of people are why large crowds gather at his home every Shabbos for chizuk.

Rabbi Binyomin Pruzansky, the director of Revach, is the author of the “Stories For The Jewish Heart” series. His stories and lectures have inspired and warmed thousands of Jewish hearts.

Rabbi Dovid Juravel is a household name recognized for inspiring children daily through his many parsha and middos tapes. Thousands of children go to sleep each night listening to his beautiful stories, meshalim and lessons, and children will be delighted to spend Shabbos with this veteran mechanech.

Tefillos, a kumzitz and Motzoei Shabbos entertainment will be led by Michoel Pruzansky, well-known for his musical talent and warmth. is a sponsor of The Revach Shabbaton, which will take place on Shabbos Parshas Mishpatim, January 28-29, at the Berkeley Hotel in Asbury Park, NJ. For reservations, call 848.525.2823 or email

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