Come Shabbes with us Please join us for her special last Shabbat morning service at the earlier time of 10.30am on the 16th December. Hebrew starts at 10.00am sharp and Cheder at 10.30am. Please bring something vegetarian for Kiddush.
Click here if you would like to see details of the Farewell to Rabbi Shulamit on the 17th December bring your dancing shoes and something vegetarian to share and singing voices and hankies!
Finally, Rabbi Shulamit will still be available for contact and communication and visiting with the community from 18th December up to 31st December.
We are looking forward to programme of fun creative creche events on Shabbat, starting with Parsley seed planting for Pesach, on the 20th January at 11am, and next on the 17th February, making challah covers and challah. Creche is for children and babies aged from birth to six; a lovely way to spend a shabbat morning with a child you love, and runs during the shabbat morning service
FREE RED CROSS First Aid Workshop for Teenagers aged 12-19 years. On Saturday 6th January 2018. Click here for details and poster. And to sign up https://goo.gl/forms/6PsB1SBNmfSD15kw1
Special first aid workshop for young people aged 12-19. Please note there is no cheder for younger children this morning!
The first Shabbat service of the New Year and a warm welcome to Rabbi Danny Rich.10am Childrens’ Hebrew 11am service. Start a new year with time for yourself and your loved ones, come and join us for Shabbat. Please bring Vegetarian Kiddush.
Kehillah Youth Sleepover – Save the date 9th- 10th February 2018 – LJY Netzer Sleepover for 8-12 year olds at Southgate Progressive Synagogue. More details to follow
Mazal tov to Dr Jackie Richards on the completion of her DProf. We have already seen Jackie’s enormous influence on the world around her and in being part of the founding group of our Kehillah, and we look forward to seeing her infectious joy increase in the world, especially in the field of dance and older dancers. Jackie says “Thanks to everyone who has given me support and encouragement over the years. The work-based doctorate (DProf) is “Active Older People Participating in Creative Dance- Challenging Perceptions”.