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Avi Baumol

Rabbi Avi Baumol is serving the Jewish community of Krakow as it undergoes a revitalization as part of a resurgence of Jewish awareness in Poland. He graduated Yeshiva University and Bernard Revel Graduate School with an MA in Medieval Jewish History. He is a musmach of RIETS and studied at Yeshivat Har Etzion in Alon Shevut. He served as a rabbi in Vancouver British Columbia for five years. Rabbi Baumol is the author of The Poetry of Prayer by Gefen Publishing, 2010. He also co-authored a book on Torah with his daughter, Techelet, called Torat Bitecha. In addition, he is the Editor of the book of Psalms for The Israel Bible. In summer 2019 Rabbi Baumol published In My Grandfather’s Footsteps: A Rabbi’s Notes from the Frontlines of Poland’s Jewish Revival. His latest book is called Moadim Le’Simcha: Laws, Customs and Meaning of the Jewish Festivals.


תְּפִלָּה לְשׂוֹרְדֵי הַשּׁוֹאָה | Mi sheBerakh for Survivors of the Holocaust, by Rabbi Avi Baumol (2021)

Contributed on: 30 Aug 2023 by Naftali Statman (Hebrew translation) | David Rokman (Hebrew translation) | Avi Baumol |

“Holocaust Survivor Prayer” was written in English by Rabbi Avi Baumol in 2021 upon the establishment of Holocaust Survivor Day by the JCC of Krakow, Poland. The prayer was first published at the website of Holocaust Survivor Day. . . .