Meet Visiting Rabbi & Hazzan Ben-Zion Lanxner
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This weekend (Friday, March 25th through Sunday, March 27th) we are pleased to invite you to meet and socialize with visiting Rabbi Ben-Zion Lanxner.

Rabbi Lanxner will be visiting from out of town and will be davening with us on Friday night March 25th. A Kiddush will follow services. The Rabbi will also be with us for Saturday morning services where he will be reading Torah, offering a d’var Torah, and also leading the service. This service will be followed by a light luncheon. On Sunday the Rabbi will lead our Sunday morning minyan.

Everyone is encouraged to attend one or more of these services to have an opportunity to meet Rabbi Lanxner. After you attend services and have an opportunity to speak with him we hope you will let us know some of your thoughts by sending an email to search@tbabeverly.org

A little about Rabbi Lanxner…

Rabbi Lanxner was born in Tel-Aviv, Israel and later raised in Brussels, Belgium where at a very young age he began training in the Eastern European Traditional Cantorial School and after attending the Rambam Talmudic School and the Wilrijch Yeshiva in Antwerp, Belgium.  Rabbi Lanxner obtained  Rabbinical Ordination (Smicha) from The Rabbinic Centre & Beth Din of Brussels, Belgium.  Rabbi Lanxner was influenced at a young age by the very popular Singing Rabbi, Reb Shlomo Carlebach, and a fervent follower of his.  Reb Shlomo helped Rabbi Laxner explore the boundaries of religious & spiritual ecstasy through his songs, dances,prayers and meditations.

About Jeffrey

Jeff has served on the TBA board of directors for the past several years, and is TBA's first Vice President. He has participated in several committees, including finance, membership, communications, and spiritual leader search. Jeff's mother grew up in Beverly, and both of his sons graduated TBA's religious school. Jeff is a career technology management professional, and has extensive experience managing the sales and marketing of high-tech products and services, and developing new products and services.
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