The community is invited to Congregation Toras Chaim, Shabbos, February 7-8, 2020, to hear Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe present a series of inspirational over the course of one Shabbos. There is no cost for attending. Shabbation and individual shiur sponsorships are available and encouraged.
Shabbaton Generously Sponsored by Josh & Lisa Rothstein for $1,000
- Reflections of a Grandson: Stories, Anecdotes, and Lessons of My Grandfather, Rabbi Shlomo Wolbe zt”l: Friday Night Oneg Shabbos after the meal at the Rich home (for men & women) Sponsored by Ben & Lauren Nise for $250
- Prayer: Discovering and Harnessing Your Superpower: Shabbos Morning Following Kiddush (for men & women) 1 hr. Sponsorship Available (Your Name/Dedication Here) $250
- Bread of Angels: Absorbing and Digesting the Lessons of the Manna During Shalosh Seudos (for men & women) 30 mins. Sponsorship Available (Your Name/Dedication Here) $250
- Birthing an Empire of Torah in the Holy Land: The Chazon Ish and the Founding of the Israeli Yeshiva World: Motzei Shabbos Melava Malka at the Rothstein home (for men & women) Sponsorship Available (Your Name/Dedication Here) $250
Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe is the Director of Outreach for TORCH, a Houston-based Jewish education and community outreach organization. In that capacity he has delivered hundreds of lectures, classes, and workshops on a wide range of subjects. A believer of harnessing new technologies for the dissemination of Torah, Rabbi Wolbe has launched and maintains five podcast channels (The Jewish History Podcast, The Parsha Podcast, This Jewish Life, Eternal Ethics, and TORAH 101), four of which have been ranked #1 overall worldwide on iTunes in their category (“Judaism”). His podcasts have been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times by listeners in 118 countries and all 50 states. Rabbi Wolbe holds Rabbinic ordinations from Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg, Chief Justice of the Supreme Rabbinical Court of Jerusalem and Aish HaTorah. His website is rabbiwolbe.com
Rabbi Wolbe and his wife Chaya are the proud parents of Akiva, Yehoshua, Miriam, Shlomo, and Yitzy.