All posts tagged Rabbinical Council of NSW

Chief Rabbi Lau tours Australia

Israel’s top rabbi has a message for young Australian Jews: be proud of your religion, study your heritage, and marry someone Jewish – he advised while visiting Sydney and Melbourne.

Yay or nay?

WITH the legality of the postal survey into same-sex marriage currently being considered by the High Court, communal leaders on both sides of the debate have been sharing their thoughts with The AJN.

‘Chester not a communal leader’

JEWISH communal leaders have distanced themselves from 34-year-old Jaron Chester, (pictured) who has been charged with allegedly laundering money for an international drug and tobacco syndicate.

RCNSW urged to drop Pinchus Feldman

The future of Rabbi Pinchus Feldman as a member of the Rabbinical Council of New South Wales hangs in the balance after a formal complaint was lodged against him.

Taking the helm of the Sydney rabbinate

NEW president of the Rabbinical Council of NSW (RCNSW) Rabbi Eli Cohen hopes to strengthen the RCNSW itself by uniting the rabbinate.

Shuls at odds over same-sex marriage

WITH debate on same-sex marriage heating up in Canberra, Jewish congregational organisations have restated their starkly divergent stances, with calls urging the federal government to keep things as they are,

Special training for NSW rabbis

SHUL presidents and rabbis came together on Tuesday night to improve the protection of children at synagogues across Sydney.

‘We made a mistake’

THE Rabbinical Council of NSW (RCNSW) has stated that it made a mistake when it allowed Rabbi Yossi Feldman to remain president when, in 2011, some of his views regarding […]

NSW rabbis clash with leaders over 18C

THE Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) and Rabbinical Council of NSW (RCNSW) are at odds over the federal government’s proposed changes to racial discrimination laws.

Rabbi quits council over kashrut impasse

RABBI Yosef Feldman has resigned from the Rabbinical Council of NSW (RCNSW) three weeks after it voted 18-3 against his decision to provide kashrut supervision to caterer Amaze In Taste (AIT).