Chief Rabbi of Poland, Michael Schudrich

in conversation with Karen Pakula (30th September 2020).

In December 2004, Rabbi Michael Schudrich was appointed Chief Rabbi of Poland, a position which he still holds to this day.
For the four years prior to that, he served as Rabbi of Warsaw and Łódż.
Without his efforts, it is highly unlikely that the “renaissance” of Jewry in post-Communist Poland would have taken place to the level that it has. .

ASPJ is honoured that Rabbi Schudrich agreed to feature in our first, COVID-enforced, online event.

The ASPJ thanks all those whose hard work and effort made our first, COVID-enforced, online event so successful.

We sincerely thank Chief Rabbi Michael Schudrich for graciously agreeing to take a time-out, from his High Holydays schedule, to participate in the event.

The ASPJ also gratefully acknowledges the continuing support which our organisation receives from the Australian Ambassador to Poland, Lloyd Brodrick, who approached us with the request that he be able to say a few words prior to “the conversation”.