Raised in Silver Spring, MD, Reuven Spolter served as the rabbi of the Young Israel of Oak Park in Michigan until his aliyah in 2008.
He then served as a Judaic studies instructor and Academic Coordinator of the Elkana Campus of the Orot College of Education from 2008 until 2018.
Rabbi Spolter also serves as the Shorashim Coordinator for English-speaking countries for Irgun Rabbanei Tzohar.
A graduate of Yeshiva University with an MA in Secondary Jewish Education and Rabbinic Ordination from the Rabbi Isaac Elchonon Theological Seminary, he has taught and lectured to groups of all ages in communities around the world. Rabbi Spolter lives with his family in Yad Binyamin, Israel.
Rav Chaim Kanterovitz is the newly appointed Senior Rabbinic International Educator at Ohr Torah Stone leading the Department of International Rabbinic Connections.
He has served in the Rabbinate for over twenty years in the United Kingdom and South Africa where he has led communities outreach and Educational organizations and institutions most recently as the Senior Rav of the largest Orthodox Community in the UK Borehamwood numbering some 1500 families.
Rav Chaim studied at Yeshivot in Israel where he received his Rabbinic Ordination amongst them Yeshivat Har Etzion where he completed his army service in the Hesder programme. He holds a B.A in Psychology and International Politics and an MA in Jewish Studiesa, and is also currently studying towards Dayyanut (advanced rabbinic ordination).
A dynamic and vibrant speaker and a sought-after educator and scholar in residence around the world, Rav Chaim is also the founding director of OMEK, and exciting new initiative which offers an unprecedented in-depth experience of communal and personal growth through Torah and Eretz Yisrael.
Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider served for twenty years in pulpits in Florida and New York, before his aliyah to Israel in 2012.
He is author of two books: ‘The Light That Unites‘ which focuses on Chanukah, and ‘The Night That Unites Haggadah’ (Urim Press) and ‘ לילה של אחדות ’ (Yediot Achronot Press) which highlights the teachings of Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik, Rabbi Isaac HaKohen Kook and Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach on the Passover Seder.
He is also the founding director of the “In Our Hearts Project” which is dedicated to being a resource in the Jewish community for families that have experienced the loss of a child. Contact Rabbi Goldscheider