The Levisson Institute in Amsterdam was established in 2002 in order to train rabbis, shelichay tzibbur, teachers Talmud Torah, gabbaim, ba’alei korey, ba’alei tefillah and all (potential) lay leaders of Dutch Progressive Jewish conregations. It is called after Robert (Bob) Levisson z.l. (1913-2001) from The Hague, one of the great leaders within the Dutch Jewish community. The Institute is part of the Dutch Union for Progressive Judaism (Verbond).
Welcome on the website of the Levisson Institute
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