Divrei Torah

The writings are the opinion of the individual author and does not necessarly reflect that of Kehillah North London.

If any Kehillah members would like give a d’var torah, please email Rabbi Leah Jordan at RabbiLeah@kehillah.org.uk to discuss your interest

How long till Black Futures Month?

Black History Month D’var Torah  This paper is a combined version of two separate sermons both delivered during Black History Month at Black led…

Emor 5781

I would like to tell you a story about a young girl, growing up in what is now modern-day Ukraine about three or four…

Vayikra 5781

This Shabbat, we started the third book of the Torah, the Book of Leviticus / Vayikra.  This is a challenging book.  Not only does…

Ki Tisa

“I’m done.” “I want to be done.” That’s what I hear a lot from, from a lot of people, these days — about the…

Purim 5781

When I was a small child growing up right in the middle of the United States, Purim was about two things for me –…

YITRO 5781

There’s this great scene in an old American film. In the film, there’s this serious little kid. He’s sitting on a therapist’s couch, with…