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Beyond the

Virtual Chanukah Program Community 5781.

The eight branches in a Menorah represent the diversity among the Jewish people, yet, at their source they are all one, just as the eight branches stem from one central branch. This reminds us that we each share a central purpose to bring light and G-dliness into the world with the ultimate goal of ushering in the era of Moshiach.


In a similar vein, there will be eight presenters, each bringing out the common theme using their unique talent and perspective.


The takeaway message for each participant will be one of empowerment to live their full potential and actualize their unique contribution to the world.


One of the eight presenters should be someone from your community that can share a message connected to the theme.

The program will run for approx. 45 minutes.

Make it your own in one of the following ways:

  • Make a zoom event at which you can open and close with your own personal message.

  • Embed it on your website and encourage your community to watch it at their own time.

  • Host a live social distanced event and play the video on a big screen and good speakers.


This program has a suggested donation, registration is required.

Click HERE for an editable Canva file to personalize the flyer with:
- Your Moisad’s information and/or logo
- Date and time
- Streaming information (your website, Zoom etc.).

Page 1 - If you are having your community member.

Page 2 - if you do not plan on having someone from your community.

Click HERE for the editable flyer of the Chabad on Call version, geared for hospital and other medical settings.

Click HERE for the editable promo video. Slide 1 and 3 are editable.

Click HERE for the talking points for your community member speaking. Copy from this document and send to him/her the necessary information.

If you would like to pre-record your community member and have it included in your video, email: 
The cost is $40 to be paid directly to the video editor.

If you plan on showing it through Zoom, click HERE to test your internet speed (must be at least 1.5 Mbps upload speed), then click HERE for instructions on how to stream it efficiently.

For question please email:

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