Chief Rabbi meets the Rabbinical Council of Victoria

November 28, 2014 by Rachel Mihalovich
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Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, the 11th Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, has met with members of the Rabbinical Council of Victoria for a private discussion.


Rabbi Mirvis front row 4th from left with Rabbi Kluwgant and members of the RCV


Rabbi Gutnick welcomed Rabbi Mirvis saying “The Australian Rabbinate has always had a close and warm relationship with the Chief Rabbi Of the Commonwealth and it was with extreme pleasure that the local Victorian Rabbinate were able to form a bond with the incumbent Chief Rabbi on his first pastoral tour of our country. Chief Rabbi Mirvis brings his own style of warmth and vast experience to his position and we greatly appreciated his presence and message to us.”

Following an engaging meeting, Rabbi Mirvis stated that “I am deeply impressed with the outstanding spiritual leadership that is given to the communities of Melbourne by our Rabbis here.”


One Response to “Chief Rabbi meets the Rabbinical Council of Victoria”
  1. Otto Waldmann says:

    Hey Liat ( and the rest of the battalion )
    where is the ladies in the picture !!!! or can wisdom do without !!!!

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