A Jew Speaks! Izak Goller, Liverpool, 1926

Izak Goller had two careers - he was both a British Rabbi and a poet and artist.  He was born in Plungian, Lithuania and brought up in Manchester. He gained a scholarship to the Manchester Central School and then studied in a yeshiva. His first ministerial appointment was at the Kovno synagogue in Manchester, and … Continue reading A Jew Speaks! Izak Goller, Liverpool, 1926

Tziunim ve-Tamrurim, by Rabbi Isaiah Raffalovich, Tel Aviv, 1952

Rabbi Raffalovich is another of the forgotten British Rabbis.  He is usually remembered for his time as Chief Rabbi of Brazil.  However, he was first in Manchester and then  Rabbi in Merthyr Tydfil in Wales, and then for 20 years Rabbi of the Hope Place Synagogue in Liverpool.  He also did something that I urge … Continue reading Tziunim ve-Tamrurim, by Rabbi Isaiah Raffalovich, Tel Aviv, 1952