Rav Landau to Spend Shabbos at Heichal Menachem, Preceding Yat Kislev Melave Malka
Veteran Boro Parker will recall the visits of Rav Moshe Yehuda Leib Landau—Rov of Bnei Brak and ardent Lubavitcher Chossid— to Boro Park in honor of the Yat Kislev celebrations, marking the Chag Hage’ulah of the Ba’al Hatanya. Following his petirah about two years ago, he was succeeded by his son, Rav Yitzchok Eizik Landau, shlit”a.
In the footsteps of his father, he will come to Boro Park this special occasion.
He will spend Shabbos, deliver shiurim, and headline farebrengens at Heichal Menachem on 52nd Street, throughout Shabbos parshas Vayishlach—culminating with the melave malks at the Viznitzer hall on Motzei Shabbos.
The events will celebrate the salvation of the Ba’al Hatanya long ago, as well as the miraculous endurance of the Torah, the chassidus, and the Chassidic way of life that continues to thrive more than two centuries later—giving inspiration and light in the last days of galus.