Information for Rabbi Garelik's speeches
Rabbi Garelik was born and raised in Milan, Italy, where his parents were sent by the Rebbe over 50 years ago (1958). He studied in Italy, Pittsburgh, NY, Morristown NJ, New Haven CT and received his Rabbinic ordination of Yore and Yadin (Dayanut) at the Central Lubavitch Yeshiva from Rabbi Piekarski, individually. He has served as spiritual guide of Lubavitch congregation in Boston; as a Rabbinic coordinator for OK Kosher, and is currently the spiritual leader of the European Synagogue across from the EU in Brussels, Belgium. He lectures extensively in the USA, Europe, and Israel.
Rabbi Garelik has edited many works, including the highly acclaimed "Kitzur Dinei Tahara" and his forthcoming "Guide for the Shliach (in print)".
Title: Rabbi Garelik is the Rabbi of the European Synagogue situated across from the EU in Brussels, Belgium.
When the topic is Kashrus, you may add: Formerly, Rabbinic coordinator of the OK Kosher supervision.
Rabbi Garelik is fluent in Yiddish, Italian, Hebrew, and English.
The following is a list of suggested topics; additional subjects are available upon request. Lectures can be advertised with a variety of titles (not limited to those detailed below) to attract your target audiences.
Lifecycles and the Jewish Home
In the Synagogue
Moshiach and the Land of Israel
Surprise lecture: You choose the topic
This talk is essentially a glimpse into the Torah and Chassidus's viewpoint on the world. All audience members can submit anonymous questions—on any topic-- in writing before the speech. At the start all questions will be read aloud. Within your given timeframe (min. 45 min.) the questions will be resolved, and participants will gain an understanding of Judaism, and the Torah view of life, social issues, and the world at large.
Unifying the Lubavitch Community