Rabbi Chaim Kanterovitz – National Repentance: The Journey from Self to Nationhood

Rabbi Chaim Kanterovitz

Rabbi Chaim Kanterovitz
National Repentance: The Journey from Self to Nationhood

Sunday 17th September, 8pm
Bnei Akiva Bayit

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About Rabbi Kanterovitz
Rabbi Kanterovitz is currently the Senior Rav of Borehamwood and Elstree United Synagogue, the largest and fastest growing Orthodox Kehillah in Europe. He is also the Chair of Vaad Harabonim of Mizrachi. Rabbi Chaim was born in Leeds and made Aliyah with his family in 1982. Rabbi Chaim was educated in Israel at various local schools and Yeshivot. He later moved to South Africa, where he matriculated from the Yeshivah College of Johannesburg. Rabbi Chaim also studied at several Yeshivot including Yeshivat Har Etzion, Gush Etzion (Israel), where he also completed his “Hesder” Army service. He holds several semichas, amongst them Ordination from Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg Shlita and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. He also holds a BA degree in psychology and international politics. He is currently completing a masters degree in Jewish Studies. Rabbi Chaim has served in various communities in both South Africa and England, including Kenton United Synagogue and most recently for 10 years at the Yeshurun Hebrew Congregation in South Manchester. Rabbi Chaim is an active Rabbi in every way, whether it is pastoral or communal responsibilities. His expertly presented shiurim and derashot draw on his exceptional knowledge and wisdom and his responses to controversial and complex questions are discussed and respected widely. Rabbi Chaim describes himself as a “Modern orthodox, Religious Zionist Rabbi”. He aims to lead “A Community committed to providing a meaningful Jewish experience to every Jew regardless of background within the framework of Halacha”.

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