This is your last opportunity of the season to go on the renowned Project Mesorah Trip to Poland Describing the emotions felt on Project Mesorah’s recent trip to Poland is hard to put into words. In fact, all 120 attendees all said the same thing, that “they never experienced anything like it in their entire lives”. The truth is a trip to Poland with Rabbi Paysach Krohn through Project Mesorah is a special experience unlike any other. Project Mesorah led by the inimitable R’ Ari Scharf has become the go-to-place for inspirational and all-encompassing trips to Poland.
While 120 people made it to the past trip, Project Mesorah was inundated with calls from people who wanted to attend the Mesorah Trip to Poland. In order to accommodate the many people who called, Project Mesorah has arranged a new trip to Poland with Rabbi Paysach Krohn this November 24-29. Rabbi Krohn’s inimitable ability to weave inspirational stories coupled with life changing Torah messages make this trip one you will not want to miss.
Come on the Mesorah Trip and you will have the rare opportunity to visit Warsaw, Ger, Yeshivas Chachmei Lublin, Majdanek, Schindler’s Factory, Auschwitz-Birkenau and spend an uplifting Shabbos in Krakow.
As this year’s trip marks the 70th year since the Liberation, walking on hallowed ground promises to be an emotional and transformative experience.
You will be able to daven at the kevarim of such great tzaddikim as Reb Elimelech of Lizhensk, Reb Chaim Brisker, The Netziv, Sarah Schenirer, The Remah, the Chiddushei Harim & Sfas Emes, the Chozeh of Lublin, the Tosfos Yom Tov, the Bach, the Megaleh Amukos and many more. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for yeshuos in all areas of our lives.
While the trip is an inspirational as well as spiritual journey, Project Mesorah ensures that all other aspects are covered in the highest quality. Gourmet meals, luxury coach busses as well as lodging in upscale hotels ensure that you will have the ultimate all- encompassing experience.
Seeing firsthand the mighty destruction as well as the visible Kiddush Hashem sanctified by our forefathers will leave an indelible impression on you, inspiration to last a lifetime. Space is limited and there are only a few rooms left.