The Orthodox Union and the Rabbinical Council of America presented their annual Pre-Passover Seminar for Rabbis this week, addressing a variety of issues that involve the laws of kashrut and holiday observance. The program was webcast and viewed by rabbis around the country and as far away as Germany. Rabbi Yoel Schonfeld was Program Coordinator.
The presentations were as follows:
* Rabbi Moshe Elefant, Executive Rabbinic Coordinator/Chief Operating Officer of OU Kosher: Illegal OU’s- How Are We Dealing With Them;
* Rabbi Shmuel Singer, Director, Passover Production/OU: What’s New for 5766;
* Rabbi Menachem Genack, CEO of OU Kosher: Feeding Chametz to Your Animals and other issues;
* Rabbi Leonard Steinberg, Rabbi Avrohom Leib Weiss, and Rabbi Joseph Asia: Exploring the Leafy Vegetable Situation.
From left: Program Coordinator Rabbi Yoel Schonfeld and Rabbi Emanuel Holzer, Chairman, Rabbinic Kosher Commission of the RCA.
Rabbi Moshe Elefant, Executive Rabbinic Coordinator and Chief Operating Officer of OU Kosher
Rabbi Shmuel Singer, Director, Passover Production of OU Kosher
Rabbi Menachem Genack, Chief Executive Officer of OU Kosher
From left: Rabbis Joseph Asia and Leonard Steinberg
The Orthodox Union, now in its second century of service to the Jewish community of North America and beyond, is a world leader in community and synagogue services, adult education, youth work through NCSY, political action through the IPA, and advocacy for persons with disabilities through Yachad and Our Way. Its kosher supervision label, the , is the world’s most recognized kosher symbol and can be found on over 409,000 products manufactured in 83 countries around the globe.
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