Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis to be Honored at Upcoming Hineni Dinner

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By Fern Sidman

In a display of profound gratitude, the internationally renowned Torah outreach organization, Hineni, is proud to announce that this year’s revered guest of honor at their annual dinner will be, IY’H, Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis, the founder and president of the historic kiruv movement.

As Hineni celebrates its 50th anniversary, the organization will honor the infinite contributions that Rebbetzin Jungreis has made in inspiring alienated Jews around the globe; bringing them closer to Hashem and their majestic Torah heritage.

As a survivor of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Nazi Europe, the Rebbetzin has made it her life’s mission to disseminate the timeless and eternal wisdom of the Torah to a lost generation, desperately  seeking spiritual sustenance.

Having touched the hearts, souls  and minds of hundreds of thousands of people over the last half century through her captivating Torah classes, books, films and countless articles, Rebbetzin Jungreis has been a driving force in countering the spiritual holocaust that has afflicted the Jewish nation. As such, she holds a special place amongst the world’s Torah luminaries as a leading visionary.

For both secular and observant Jews alike, Rebbetzin Jungreis has significantly impacted their lives through the thousands of shidduchim she has made and the Torah families she has created.  Her palpable warmth, sincere devotion and boundless love for every Jew has been her hallmark since her earliest days as a pioneer in kiruv.

In addition to authoring four bestselling books, “The Jewish Soul on Fire”, “The Committed Life,” “The Committed Marriage,” and “Life Is A Test”, Rebbetzin Jungreis has been an esteemed columnist at The Jewish Press since the publication’s inception.

Among those that have recognized the Rebbetzin for her work are B’nai B’rith, the Federation of Jewish Women’s Organizations, Knights of Pythias, and the Christian Amita Society. She has been the keynote speaker at the joint convention of Reform and Conservative rabbis in Palm Springs, California and has spoken for the Rabbinical Council of America, ORT, Hadassah, the United Jewish Appeal, Israel Bonds, the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, the 2004 Republican National Convention, the Shomrim Society, B’nai B’rith, Young Israel, Mizrachi, the National Council of Jewish Women, and the Orthodox Jewish Teachers Association, among many others.  She has been accorded recognition by the State of Israel and invited to address members of the Israel Defense Forces and has received awards from every branch of the service.

Moreover, former President George W. Bush appointed the Rebbetzin to serve on the honorary delegation that accompanied him to Jerusalem for the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the State of Israel in May 2008.

On March 15th, 2016, hundreds of people will be joining together to pay a tribute to the Rebbetzin. They will rejoice in her recovery, her tremendous accomplishments and the powerful experiences in which the Rebbetzin has touched their lives.

This year’s dinner will be on Tuesday evening, March 15th at Guastavino’s, 409 East 59th Street in midtown Manhattan.  Cocktail hour will begin at 6:30 pm and the dinner along with the very special program will commence at 7:30 pm.

For further information on reservations and journal ads, please contact Hineni at: 212-496-1660, or e-mail them at: You can also visit the Hineni web site at: www,

Don’t miss the most memorable dinner of the decade. Make your reservations today.



  1. #1 Fact checker: There’s a big difference! Rebbetzin Pam would not want her picture on a website, nor Rebbetzin Kagan. And whether you think it’s correct or not (in light of “Avraham mekarev es ha’anashim ve’Sarah mekareves es hanashim”), Rebbetzin Jungreis chose a derech of being mekareves men and women – she has put herself in the front, in picture and in person, to influence men and women and has impacted on their lives. So the Matzav policy here seems to be including pictures of women who agree to be portrayed. If you scroll down, you’ll see (lehavdil) Hillary Clinton with the headline “Hillary Weighs Big Campaign Staff Shakeup” and a refugee woman carrying a child with the headline “UN: Syria Is Exterminating Detainees”. I didn’t see you protesting there, Anonymous poster #2. Every has his/her own definition of frumkeit. Consider this: if it’s #notafrumwebsite, someone might call you #notafrumperson because you are looking at news on the internet…

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