Written by ChabadInfo.com editor
Thousands of women from different groups and communities are getting together for a massive Geulah campaign. What is so amazing about this incredible initiative, is that it was started from Non-Chabad women, all in the hopes of bringing Moshiach closer. The idea has become so widespread that women from all over the world, have been bringing it to their communities.
From places like the Five Towns, Woodmere and Baltimore to places like Sweden, Eretz Yisroel, Gibraltar and Uman, women have been arranging events; ranging from small to large – all for the innate yearning of bringing Moshiach. The incredible unity that has been brought forth from these gatherings has been enormous.
What is a Geulah gathering?
A Geulah Gathering is a women’s event of song and prayer expressing their yearning for Geulah.
It is an evening filled with words of inspiration, Tefillah and dancing. This beautiful initiative has the complete backing of many Chosheve Rabbanim, among them Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, Rabbi Reuven Feinstien and Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz.
Rabbi Reuven Feinstein, the son of Rabbi Moshe Feinstein stated in regards to the gatherings:
“It is with great pleasure that I give a Bracha to the Nashim [women] who are uniting their efforts to bring Nachas [pleasure] to Hashem with Geulah Gatherings. These tefillos [prayers] for Geulah [Redemption] from the pure yearning hearts of the Nashim are invaluable to Klal Yisroel and I give them a Bracha for Hatzlocha [success] in their endeavors.”
The core idea of this campaign is mirroring the idea of Miriam – who taught the women to handcraft tambourines – even in the midst of slavery! She had absolute belief in Hashem’s salvation.
Just like Miriam, women from all over the world, are uniting in prayer and song – all to usher in a new era of Geulah.
As Lubavitch women, we should be the first to support this incredible initiative. We need to open up our eyes and see that the world is ready, and that the Geulah is readily approaching in our midst.
It is worth mentioning, that many Lubavitch communities have organized such gatherings in their own communities. For a full listing, Click Here.