Rabbi Moshe Lewin the Conference of European Rabbis (CER) from his former role as French Chief Rabbi spokesman a position he successfully held for four years. The role of Executive Director has been created to help support the President, Chief Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt and the CER Cabinet.
Rabbi Moshe Lewin will head up the CER’s administrative office from his base in Paris. He will also take on the responsibility of overseeing Rabbinical and Community relations, a role that will play to his strengths given his past communications experience. Rabbi Lewin will work closely with Executive Secretary Rabbi Elimelech Vanzetta.
Rabbi Moshe Lewin was born in 1967 in Strasbourg. He studied at the SIF Rabbinical training seminary in Paris. He’s is fluent in English, French and Hebrew, which will help him build bridges with Europe’s political leadership, the European Rabbinate, and Jewish communities all over the world.
Rabbi Lewin said: “I am excited to be joining the CER in its vital work in support of Jewish communities across Europe. I have been closely involved with the CER for many years and am looking forward to working with the team on the challenges ahead.”
Welcoming the appointment, Chief Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, President of the Conference of European Rabbis said: “Rabbi Moshe Lewin is an accomplished communicator with great track record. We are extremely fortunate that he has chosen to dedicate his time and effort to the important work of the CER. We are looking forward to working closely with him as we strengthen our team”
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About The Conference of European Rabbis:
One thousand years of Jewish life in Europe came almost to a halt during last century, when the great majority of the Jewish community was wiped out by the Nazis, and the remnant of our people living in Eastern Europe and in the Soviet Union were forced into cultural and ethnic assimilation.
The Conference of European Rabbis (CER) is the primary rabbinical alliance in Europe. It unites more than 700 religious leaders of the mainstream synagogue communities in Europe. The conference is designed to maintain and defend the religious rights of Jews in Europe and has become the voice of Judaism for the European continent.