Rabbi Rose

  • Rabbi David Rose
    In July 2018, we announced that Rabbi David Rose will be joining us as our new Assistant Rabbi.

    After completing a degree in Management, Rabbi Rose spent nearly nine years in Israel where he received semicha from the Jerusalem Kollel.

    In 2005, he was hired by the Ronald S Lauder Foundation, and charged with building a young Orthodox community in Berlin for recent immigrants from the former Soviet Union.

    He returned to England in 2015 and now lives in Edgware with his wife, Talya, and their children.

    He is involved in various community projects and speaks regularly at shuls and schools in the area.

    Photo: Rabbi David Rose & Rebbetzin Talya Rose 


    To contact Rabbi Rose, send him a message by using the form found on our Contacts page.  
     
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  • T-20: Parsha Analysis
    20 MINUTES OF TORAH

    Shabbat 20 October:
    Lech Lecha

    Please join Rabbi Rose 
    after the Hashkamah Kiddush in the Ohev Shalom Beit Hamidrash for
    the first of a new 
    weekly textual, in-depth analysis on the weekly Parsha.  

    No need to register -
    simply come along for 20 minutes after the Hashkamah Kiddush


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