The General Assembly of the Jewish Religious Community in Warsaw elects five- to seven-member Boards for four-year terms of office. The Board takes responsibility for all of the Community’s activities and projects, and its capital expenditures.
The Jewish Religious Community in Warsaw Board elected in June 2022 includes:
A Community (or Kehilla) is the primary organization of each Jewish community forming part of the Union of Jewish Religious Communities in the Republic of Poland. Together with its branch in Lublin, the Jewish Religious Community in Warsaw is the largest of the Union’s Kehillot. The Act of February 20, 1997 on the Relationship of the State and the Jewish Religious Communities in the Republic of Poland (Journal of Laws No. 41, item 251) constitutes the legal basis for the Community’s operation.
The Ordinance of the Ministers of Labor and Social Policy and of National Education of March 11, 1999 on Days Off Work or School for Persons Who Are Followers of a Church and Other Religious Associations to Celebrate Religious Holidays Other Than Public Holidays (Journal of Laws No. 26, item 235) further specifies the rights of the Community’s members.
The scope of the Board’s activities is defined in the January 15, 2006 Internal By-laws of a Jewish Religious Community in the Republic of Poland.