Yeshiva University Dean meets Melbourne Rabbis

August 13, 2013 by J-Wire Staff
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Leaders and members of the Rabbinical Council of Victoria (RCV) have benefited this week from meetings with Rabbi Kenneth Brander, the Dean of Yeshiva University’s Centre for the Jewish Future and an internationally renowned expert in the field of Jewish Renewal.
The RCV’s Executive Committee attended a special session with Rabbi Brander on Wednesday, August 7, to develop ideas relating to enhanced engagement with the community and to implement new international training programs to support Rabbis in their Congregational roles.
RCV members also attended a full day workshop exploring issues such as the function of the synagogue in today’s society and the roles within the organisational structure of a local community.

Rebbetzins Kluwgant, Rabin

Rebbetzins Kluwgant, Rabin, Kennard, Goodhardt and Jacks

Rabbi Glasman, Rabbi Goodhardt

Rabbi Glasman, Rabbi Goodhardt, Rabbi Brander, Rabbi Kluwgant, Rabbi Kennard, Rabbi Rabin and Rabbi Jacks




2 Responses to “Yeshiva University Dean meets Melbourne Rabbis”
  1. Bob says:

    The only thing Brander is good at is speaking, bullying, and protecting his reputation. The latter in particular now that it is know for certain, through his own admission, that he protected child molesters. He felt it more important to keep their good reputation and standing in tact rather than warn the hundreds of parents with thousands of kids. How do you think that story will end?

  2. Gary says:

    Sydney Rabbis & Congregation Boards will have the opportunity of meeting Rabbi Brander on Sunday 18th August at a workshop conducted by COS NSW to be held at the Montefiore Home at Randwick.

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