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…

Noah 5782

D’var Torah basically means Word of Torah. It reflects a foundational Jewish belief in the infinite interpretive possibilities of Torah. This week’s Torah portion…

5782 Rosh Hashanah Day Sermon

I was living in Jerusalem when the pandemic began — about to finish two years of study at yeshiva, a traditional Jewish learning institution….

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…