Polish Beit Din department of Center for Progressive and Reform Judaism is the first post war polish rabbinical court which makes decisions in matters connected Jewish life, such as conversions, divorces and other things connected to Jewish Law (Halaha).
To enquire more about the conversion process in Beit Krakow Jewish Progressive Community please read here (in polish) www.beitkrakow.org/konwersja/
The Press Release about the first historical assembly of the first post war Polish Beit Din coming this month.
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The Contemporary Jewish Theatr in Kraków – Midrash Theatre® exists in Kraków since 2008. Thanks to the initiative of Rabbi Tanya Segal, a group of professional artists connected with the Beit Krakow community has been creating original theatre performances, exploring the spiritual legacy of the Jewish people. Often inspired by traditional Jewish texts, the performances are deeply rooted in the contemporary Jewish-Polish reality.
Over the past years, in close cooperation with the Galicia Jewish Musuem, which became the home for our theatre, we have created the following productions: Melody of Silence (2008), Mysteries of My Grandma (2009/2010), Five (P)Arts (2011), art instalation: 5ZTUKA (2012), Nigun Jam (2012), Megilat Polin (2013), The Lonely Tango of Vera Gran (2014)
The Jewish Theatre in Krakow – Midrash Theatre has also worked in other spaces of Jewish Krakow in order to incorporate the audience members into the creative process, thus we have produced original musical midrashim: ABYA, Szema Israel, Szirat haJam, Maim and Eikha (with Mikolaj Trzaska); exhibitions “The Words of Kohelet in Images” (The Old Synagogue muzeum, Galeria Szalom) , “Song of songs” (Trzecie Oko galery), “Dibrot” (Trzecie Oko galery).
In 2012, in coopeation with the Dance Theatre of Riny Schenfeld, we produced a new version of an existing performance in the context of Poland: Dancing with Chopin in Galicia, dedicated especially for the Museum space.
Beit Midrash Hevra Tehilim, Meiselsa 18, Kraków
Center For Progressive and Reform Judaism in Krakow
Centrum Judaizmu Postępowego w Krakowie
+48 502 304 970
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Rabbi Tanya Segal
rabbi of Beit Kraków Jewish Progressive Community
Read more about Rabbi Tanya Segal – first woman rabbi in history of Poland:
Zapraszamy do przeczytania o kobietach rabinach w unikalnym projekcie Jewish Women’s Archive
“As the first full-time female rabbi in Poland, Rabbi Tanya Segal has creatively transformed Jewish life in the historic city of Krakow, the site of previous revolutions in Jewish thought and practice…”