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

LECH LECHA 5780

Over the hills and far away A million miles from L.A. Just anywhere away with you I know we’ve got to get away Someplace…

EREV ROSH HASHANA 5779

COMPASSIONATE GOD, COMPASSIONATE CONGREGATION Last Shabbat, I shared with you a sermon about some of my failed resolutions in years gone by, and I…

Sukkot 5780

By a show of hands, how many people in the room can identify the happiest day of your life? Take a moment to think…

YOM KIPPUR 5780

Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel asked the question: “What does a person expect to attain when entering a synagogue? In the pursuit of learning one…

KI TAVO 5779

The new year starts as days are waning.  I’m never ready when the first leaves turn. Every Jewish day begins with evening: darkness before…

Behar 5768

Celebration to end the first phase of development Have you ever known something really drastic is going to happen but it is out of…