- Shabbat Morning Service: Tomorrow, Saturday 18th May from 11am
Tomorrow is our Shabbat Morning Service from 11am. Children’s Hebrew is at 10am and Cheder is at 11am. Please bring something vegetarian to share for Kiddush.
Correction: Children’s Hebrew and Cheder will not be breaking for half term and will also be on 1st June.
- Shavuot celebration at Ribbons & Taylor Cafe: Sunday 9th June 7-10pm
Join us on Shavuot for an evening of community learning, conversation, and of course — cheesecake! We will learn from members young and old and explore ancient and modern interpretations of our texts and traditions.
This event takes place at Ribbons & Taylor Cafe, 155 Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 0UH (Next to Spence).
- Further Shabbat Morning Services – 1st & 15th June from 11am.
Our Shabbat morning services continue on 1st and 15th June as usual. Children’s Hebrew and Cheder will run at both of these Morning Services. Our Creche for younger children is on 1st June from 11am.
- Our AGM – Sunday 16th June from 5pm
Our AGM for our members is taking place at William Patten Primary School on Sunday 16th June from 5pm. We will be sending out a formal notice of this shortly and are in the process of arranging our typical community meal out after the meeting. Further information on this will be available shortly.
- Being Jewish in Britain – Journeys to Justice: Tuesday 4th June 6:30pm at Resource for London, N7
Sharing stories of identity through history, the arts and social change, this talk discusses how our collective experiences can inform human rights education. Speakers include Henry Stewart (Co-Founder of Independent Jewish Voices), Carrie Supple (Founder and Director of Journey to Justice), Leah Lovett (musician, artist and research fellow at University College London and Oonagh Gaye (Islington Guides, with an introduction to Islington’s Jewish History).
Further details and free tickets to this event are available to book here.
- Turning Points in Modern Jewish History: Wednesday evenings 5th-26th June 8-9:15pm in Highgate
A new engaging, four week course tracing the tumultuous journey of the Jews in modern times. Focusing on four pivotal moments in history: The Dreyfus Affair, the Kishinev pogrom, Kristallnacht and the Six-Day War Presented by Shirli Gilbert, Professor of Modern Jewish History at the University of Southampton.