Seudah and Siyum Celebrates the Success of Mivtzah “Sichaseinu” at Mesivta of Coral Springs
Last night, the Mesivta of Coral Springs celebrated a joyous Seudah and Siyum at Chabad of Coral Springs in honor of the completion of their three-month Mivtzah titled “Sichaseinu.” The Mivtzah, ran by the dedicated group of Shluchim, focused on learning Likkutei Sichos and developing Yiddish, culminating in an evening filled with inspiration, speeches, awards, and prizes.
The Mivtzah, named “Sichaseinu,” saw bochurim dedicating themselves to the study of Likkutei Sichos over the past three months. Shiurim Alef and Beis delved into the teachings of Likkutei Sichos Chelek Alef, while Shiur Gimmel focused on Likkutei Sichos Chelek Chof. Alongside their regular curriculum, the bochurim underwent tests to gauge their understanding and proficiency.
The evening commenced with an address by the Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Chaim Dovid Janowski, who emphasized the significance of Likkutei Sichos in the spiritual growth of the Bochurim. He praised the dedication and hard work put forth by the Shluchim throughout the Mivtzah, and for arranging such a beautiful event.
Representatives from each class then took the stage to give over one of the Sichos that they learned and share their reflections on the Mivtzah. These heartfelt speeches highlighted the transformative impact of the program on the students’ learning experience and their connection to the teachings of the Rebbe.
The keynote address was delivered by Rabbi Chay Amar, the esteemed Rabbi of Chabad of Golden Beach, who further expounded on the importance of studying Likkutei Sichos and the profound impact it can have on one’s spiritual journey.
As the event reached its climax, the grand prize ceremony took center stage. Bochurim in Shiurim Alef and Beis who successfully passed the tests were rewarded with either a set of Selections From Likkutei Sichos or a set of Sefer Hasichos, depending on the track they pursued. Likewise, Bochurim in Shiur Gimmel received either a set of Likkutei Sichos or Igros Kodesh based on their chosen track.
Following the awards, the attendees made their way back to the Yeshiva for a pre-Yud Shevat farbrengen with Rabbi Amar.
The Seudah and Siyum served not only as a recognition of academic achievement but also as a testament to the dedication of the Bochurim of the Mesivta of Coral Springs.