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

CORONAVIRUS: THE GREAT LEVELLER?

This is, no doubt a time of, at least, changing routines, perhaps great uncertainty and, for some, real fear as coronavirus continues to stalk…

TZAV 5780

In this weeks parsha – Parsha Tzav – we learn about how the Tabernacle, or the Tent of Meeting, as it is referred to…

VAYAKHEIL-PEKUDEI 5780

What makes this Shabbat different from all other Shabbatot? On all other Shabbatot, we are told to refrain from screen time. On this Shabbat,…

SHEMOT 5780

So far we’ve read in the Torah about Joseph and his coat of many colours. About Joseph saving Egypt from famine and the children…

LAND OF MILK AND HONEY: A SERMON FOR VEGANUARY

We are now a little over one week into the new year, and in my household the talk has turned to one of my…

VAYIGASH 5780

This week’s parsha, Vayigash, is absolutely packed full of intriguing family drama and narrative twists and turns.  Joseph is now in Egypt and has…