REGISTER FOR THE UPCOMING MACHON SHILO SHABBATON

Machon Shilo Shabbaton 5782

BS"D On 22 July 2022/23 of Tammuz 5782, Machon Shilo will be conducting a special Shabbaton in the beautiful Beit Bracha, located south of tzomet Gush Etzion. This event will be the first opportunity for the Machon Shilo community to spend an entire Shabbat together with the newly established Beith Ha'Waad, led by HaRav David Bar-Hayim. The event will also be a great opportunity for community members (both old and new) to get together for an amazing experience in the hills of Judea.

The Shabbat will include all meals, children activities, and a number of shiurim and discussions led by the members of the Beith Ha'Waad on the topic of Torat Eretz Yisrael and the growth of our community. Spaces are limited. Reserve your spot now.

*If there are enough participants we may be able to receive a discount from the venue. In the meantime, the cost is 1,000 NIS per couple and 300 NIS for each child.

To sign up please make a downpayment at the following Paybox:

https://payboxapp.page.link/seBQ5FBN8w2Y9AGCA.

In addition, one must send an e-mail to office@machonshilo.org and fill out the google form at the following link:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/18Wrecgan6HbbPxaJB_E2paj0ZIU3RVNAOERG4IkPGy0/edit?ts=62a6323a.

*A limited number of subsidies are available for those who require assistance. Please contact office@machonshilo.org to apply for a subsidy.

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