Browsing All posts tagged under »yeshivah shul«

Worth Remembering

May 5, 2011 by

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When Reb Moshe Feiglin landed nearly one hundred years ago in the port city of Fremantle, local Jews advised him not to overly emphasize his Judaism. When he later went to Melbourne and found a relatively organized Jewish community, it wasn’t the sort of community he was familiar with. It was clear to Reb Moshe […]

And then there were five

April 6, 2011 by

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As people have heard and was mentioned on this blog, Mulik Gurewicz has resigned from the Vaad Ruchni. The following note was sent out: We wish to inform the community that Mr. Shmuel Gurewicz has, for personal reasons, resigned from the Vaad Ruchni, please click here for his letter of resignation. We have reluctantly and […]

Elect this

March 25, 2011 by

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Some members of the Yeshivah Shul may have received the letter announcing elections. If not, here it is. This is not a Purim joke, although in reading it you might think so. Members have been agitating for some sort of involvement in the shul for over twenty years, and this is what they get? It’s […]

Not enough Cookes

March 25, 2011 by

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Calls for accountability at the Yeshivah Centre continue to grow and build momentum. After Emmanuel’s broadcast in the week of Parshas Pekudei, calling for the committee of management to heed its message of accountability, Bruce Cooke has continued his own campaign with a letter to the AJN. This did not come out of the blue; […]

Who is the Rabbi of Yeshivah Shul?

January 12, 2011 by

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// Some time before his passing, as his health was in decline, Rabbi Groner OBM invited his son-in-law, Rabbi Tzvi Telsner, to come to Melbourne and take a position in the Yeshivah shul. The matter of succession had been discussed at various levels, and Rabbi Groner wanted to be succeeded by someone from his own […]