Ле-Дор Ва-Дор - община прогрессивного иудаизма, г.Москва



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    Alexander Lyskovoy
    In 1976 Alexander Lyskovoy graduated from Painting and Drawing Department of Pedagogical University, Rostov-on-Don, Southern Russia. He worked as a designer in a scientific research institute and also taught painting, drawing and sculpture at the Academy of Architecture. From early 1990-s he had been involved in the Jewish life. In 1994-96 he studied at Machon – Institute for Modern Jewish Studies. In 1998 Alexander Lyskovoy was accepted to the rabbinical programme at the Leo Baeck College and was ordained in 2003. He also got MA in Hebrew and Jewish Studies. His first rabbinical pulpit was St-Petersburg where he worked from August 2003 to July 2005. From August 2005 he serves Moscow Progressive Jewish Community “Le-Dor va-Dor”. He is a Dean of Machon and Av Beyt-Din, the Head of Rabbinical Court of the FSU Progressive Jewish Communities.

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    Esther Chornovil.

    Was born in Chelyabinsk. In 2009. graduated with honors from Chelyabinsk State Pedagogical University with a Vocational Training (Informatics, Computer Science and Computer Technologies) degree; Jewish education: "Mahon" - training program for community and social workers, communities of modern Judaism in the CIS (2011). At present being trained at the master's program: "Information resources in historical science" in the NRU Higher School of Economics. Helps in Jewish Sunday school.

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The rite of Brit-mila (male circumcision) performed by graduated mohel,

(urologist, andrologist)

Mulik Evgeny Leonidovich

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