RCE News

19 Tammuz 5782, 18 July 2022

Dozens of European Rabbis gathered in Paris for a professional Forum run by the RCE

The Professional Rabbinical Forum in collaboration with the consistoire of Paris at the spacious Jewish Center • Major Halachic issues were discussed during the seminar together with Rabbis from Eretz Yisrael.

24 Sivan 5782, 23 June 2022

Public Figures and Senior Officials from RCE Participated in the Inauguration of a European Chesed Center in the Capital of Georgia

The European Chesed Center in Tbilisi, initiated by the RCE, added up to the 26th center inaugurated in the past two years • The RCE is vigorously aiming to reach 50 branches in the European Jewish communities.

28 Iyyar 5782, 29 May 2022

Nearly 100 European Dayanim Gather to Address Complex Issues

Senior Dayanim from participated in The European Dayanim Conference held by The Rabbinical Centre of Europe • The conference included a full 2-day schedule and the theme was ‘The Ukraine Challenge: Changes and Consequences Faced by Batei Din’

21 Adar II 5782, 24 March 2022

100 European Rabbis and Kashrut Organizations Convene to Address Technological Developments

The conference in Budapest, Hungary, was organized by the Rabbinical Centre of Europe and presented many practical halachic issues that concern Rabbis and Kashrut organizations throughout Europe.

3 Adar II 5782, 6 March 2022

For the 13th time: The Morasha trip for 120 Bar/Bar Mitzvah European youth

Climatic tearful moments during the Bar/Bat Mitzvah trip to Israel for a Jewish experience led by the Morasha division of the RCE • The highlight was a Bar Mitzvah celebration at the Western Wall as pairs of tefillin were distributed to the boys.

1 Adar I 5782, 2 February 2022

The “European Chesed Centre” Inaugurated a New Branch in Zagreb, Croatia

The RCE inaugurated another “European Chesed Centre” in Zagreb, Croatia. The new branch will loan an array of medical equipment and baby equipment to residents, worth tens of thousands of Euros.

30 Shevat 5782, 1 February 2022

Romanian Pandemic Director Surprises Rabbis: We Will Promote Cooperation Throughout Romania

At the inauguration ceremony of the new chesed center in Bucharest, opened by the Rabbinical Centre of Europe, the head of the country’s emergency department surprised the participants by promising to promote cooperation on health issues.

24 Shevat 5782, 26 January 2022

Elder Rav of Europe, HaGaon HaRav Dovid Moshe Lieberman zt”l

The sad news from Antwerp announced the passing of great Gaon Rabbi David Moshe Lieberman, at the age of 96.

For many years he served as the Chief Rabbi and Gaavad of the’ Shomrei Hadat’ community in Antwerp, served as a shaliach to the Lubavitcher Rebbe and was one of the founders and a member of the presidency of the “Rabbinical Centre of Europe”.

For decades he served as the chief rabbi and head of the Beit Din “Machzikei Hadat” in Antwerp while battling for the sake of Torah there and throughout Europe.

11 Shevat 5782, 13 January 2022

Over 120 Jewish European Youths are scheduled to come for Bar/Bat-Mitzvah Trip in Israel

During the children’s stay in Israel, they will visit many famous sites and sacred places. The highlight of the tour will be a Bar /Bat Mitzvah celebration and ceremony at the Kotel, with the participation of notable personalities government officials.

25 Tevet 5782, 29 December 2021

European Rabbis Appeal to Rabbi Lau: ‘Persist in Guarding European Jewish Communities for the Sake of Purity’

Reform conversion will cause a wave of invalid conversions in European communities and will increase assimilation

27 Kislev 5782, 1 December 2021

BULGARIA: RCE’s European Chesed Centre Saves Lives of Two Elderly Jews

Chief Rabbi Yosef Salomon revealed the drama, at the inauguration of the European Chesed Centre branch in Bulgaria.

26 Kislev 5782, 30 November 2021

Morasha Produces Rich Educational Activities for European Children in Kislev

Hundreds of European boys and girls inundated the Morasha division of the Rabbinical Centre of Europe with messages of thanks and appreciation for the array of activities sent to them during the month of Kislev.