Rabbi Manis Freedman
World-renowned author, counselor, lecturer and philosopher, Rabbi Manis Friedman uses ancient wisdom and modern wit as he captivates audiences around the country and around the world. He hosts his own critically acclaimed cable television series, Torah Forum with Manis Friedman, syndicated throughout North America. Over 150,000 copies of his provocative yet entertaining tapes, both audio and video have been sold.
In 1998 he was appointed as member of the Chief Rabbi's Cabinet and Advisor to the Chief Rabb, Professor Jonathan Sacks, on matters of Jewish Medical Ethics.
Chaim Rapoport is the author of several books and articles in both Hebrew and English. For the last three years he has also been a visiting lecturer at the London School of Jewish Studies.
Rabbi Eli Silberstein
Eli Silberstein is Rabbi of Chabad in Ithaca. He lectures on Jewish law at Cornell University and is currently at work on a book about Jewish law.
Rabbi Moshe Feller
Rabbi Moshe Feller, Minnesota shluchim of the Lubavitcher Rebbe since 1962, founded Bais Chana together with Rabbi Manis Friedman in 1971. Their firm belief in the power of Jewish women’s education continues to motivate their commitment to Bais Chana’s growth and development.
Rabbi Feller’s enthusiastic Bais Chana talks are always inspiring; his insistence that practical action be fused with spiritual inspiration is his trademark message. Feller’s obvious interest in each participant’s material and spiritual welfare underscores his unique love for all fellow Jews.
In addition to the direction of Upper Midwest Merkos Lubavitch and its numerous outreach programs, Feller continues to serve as Scholar-In-Residence at Shabbat weekends all over the US; has opened the US Senate and House of Representatives more than any other clergy and has represented Judaism in the Oval Office at least ten times in the past twenty years. A native Minnesotan brought up with traditional Judaism, he gravitated toward the teachings of Chassidus as a young man.
Lecturer of Chassidism at Mayanot Institute of Jewish Studies
M.A. (Education) Melbourne University. Since he and his family settled in Jerusalem in 1970 his time has been divided between teaching and counseling, translating and editing (for Keser, Macmillan, Artscroll, Kehot, and Sichos in English). In 1989 he lectured at the pioneering semester of the Center for Judaic studies for graduate students newly opened by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz in Moscow.
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Rabbi Shmuel Lew
Director of Education at Lubavitch Foundation,, UK.
Headmaster of Lubavitch Senior Girls School , London
Rabbi Dovid Dubov