About Us

The Rabbinical Council of NSW is the representative organisation of the members of the Orthodox Rabbinate in NSW. It aims to promote the dignity, status and welfare of Orthodox Judaism, Halacha and the members of the Orthodox Rabbinate. 

Members of the Executive

Rabbi Nochum Schapiro, President      

Rabbi Michoel Chriqui, Vice President

Rabbi Michoel Gourarie, Treasurer

Rabbi Shua Solomon, Secretary

Rabbi Dr Benjamin Elton

Rabbi Chaim Koncepolski 

Rabbi Paul Lewin, Immediate Past President

Blowing a Horn

Yom Kippur 2021
Prayers in the Park

Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish calendar. Whilst the most important mitzvot of the day relate to fasting and avoiding work, prayer is an essential part of the day. 
 

We are fortunate and grateful that the community has been given the green light by NSW Health to conduct short outdoor services within strict guidelines.
 

Below you will find the times and locations for the services on Yom Kippur Day, Thursday, 16th September 2021. 

Click on button below for list of times and locations.

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High Holidays 2021

The RCNSW have launched a unique High Holiday initiative in response to the current lockdown in NSW. 

 

Visit CommunityConnectSydney.com for your one-stop-shop for High Holidays preparation.

Let's make this Rosh Hashanah extraordinary!

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sydney jewry unite

Join the Sydney Jewish community for an evening of unity and inspiration in preparation of the upcoming High Holidays.

Replay now available
 

Featuring:

  • NEW YEAR MESSAGE
    Chief Rabbi of the Commonwealth,
    Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis
     

  • LIVING INSPIRED IN A CYNICAL WORLD
    Internationally renowned scholar and mentor, Rabbi Moshe Bryski​
     

  • THE HEALING POWER OF FORGIVENESS
    Internationally renowned scholar and teacher, Rav Doron Perez​
     

  • Uplifting Musical High Holiday melodies by our local Chazanim and choirs
     

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