About Rabbi Minich
Rabbi Binyamin Minich serves in Israel and abroad in three languages - Hebrew, English and Russian.
He works for the Israeli Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism at the Center for Russian-speaking Jews and leads Shirat Ha-Yam Carmel congregation in Haifa.
He researches political philosophy and Jewish liturgy and is a PhD student at the Department of Jewish thought at Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan.
Rabbi Binyamin Minich is a proud member of the Israeli Council of Progressive Rabbis and the Central Conference of American Rabbis.
He also serves as a member of Limmud FSU Israel's organizational committee and is a member at 'Rabbis for Human Rights' organization.
"The only way to try to consume an infinite source - is to drink from it permanently. That is what called “kviat itim la-Torah” - “scheduling moments for Torah”. A bit - every day."