2018-07-04 / Local News

Rabbi Krupnick offers prayer at House of Representatives



Rabbi Aaron Krupnick of Cong. Beth El recently gave the opening prayer to the US House of Representatives. He was asked by Congressman Donald Norcross to serve as the Guest Chaplain. Each member of the House can pick one person during his or her two-year term for this special privilege. Norcross chose Rabbi Krupnick. Congratulating Krupnick (second from left), were (from left), House Chaplain Patrick J. Conroy, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, and Congressman Donald Norcross. Rabbi Aaron Krupnick of Cong. Beth El recently gave the opening prayer to the US House of Representatives. He was asked by Congressman Donald Norcross to serve as the Guest Chaplain. Each member of the House can pick one person during his or her two-year term for this special privilege. Norcross chose Rabbi Krupnick. Congratulating Krupnick (second from left), were (from left), House Chaplain Patrick J. Conroy, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, and Congressman Donald Norcross.

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