The leader of the Jewish faith is called Rabbi.
A rabbi or a cantor can function as a spiritual leader.
He was Jewish and a leader, but not a member of the established Jewish hierarchy.Jewish AnswerFrom the Jewish perspective he wasn't a leader.
In English, he is called the cantor. In Hebrew, he is called the chazan.
The Solo singer or singing leader in Jewish and Christian liturgical music is called the cantor.
Nasi (prince; president; leader) (Numbers 1:16).
They are called Rabbis.
Jewish spiritual leaders are called rabbis. Judaism has thousands of rabbis. While each of them has an informal level of status among the wider Jewish community based upon Torah-expertise, piety, and perhaps other factors, there is today no single highest spiritual leader.
The person who leads the prayers is called a 'cantor'.
The Rabbi is the leader of the Jewish congregation
A Jewish teacher and spiritual leader is called a Rabbi. The idea of "preacher" though is not a Jewish concept.
No, a female leader would have been called a matriarch. She would have had the same duties as a patriarch, but she wouldn't have been called one.
The name given to a Jewish religious leader is a 'Rabbi'.
Benny Goodman was called The King of Swing.
The Jews have local leaders within each community called Rabbis, but there is no single leader or authority over the Jewish faith.
If you are referring to the leader of Iran, then no. He is not Jewish. He is muslim.
Im not Jewish but I think it was Moses.
Jon Benjamin - Jewish leader - was born in 1964.
A Jewish "leader" is a Rabbi which means teacher.
A cantor sings.
The leader of the Sanhedrin (Jewish court) was called the Av Beit Din. It wasn't a hereditary position; in each generation, the position went to the greatest Torah-Sage of the time.