All Event Listing

Here is a list of all future events across the Community:

What's On

Liberal and Reform Joint Erev Succot service

Friday October 02

Please join us for a joint Erev Succot service, starting at 7:00 pm. The service will be led by Rabbi Rachel Benjamin

Click here to join the Zoom service

Meeting Id: 838 4409 1058

 

 

 

A special prayer book has been produced for this service – please download one of the following:

Erev Sukkot- single page
Erev Sukkot-2 page
Erev Sukkot – booklet (for double sided printing – flip on short edge)

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Liberal and Reform Joint Succot service

Saturday October 03

Please join us for a joint Succot service, starting at 10:45 am. The service will be led by Rabbi Kathleen de Magtige-Middleton

Click here to join the Zoom service

Meeting Id: 838 4409 1058

 

 

 

A special prayer book has been produced for this service – please download one of the following:

Succot Morning 5781 – single page
Succot Morning 5781 – 2 page
Succot Morning 5781 – booklet (duplex) (for double sided printing – flip on short edge)

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JACS – Jewish Journeys Through The Decades

Tuesday October 06

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Jewish journeys through the decades. Where Jews in England went on holiday in the first three decades of the twentieth century – David Jacobs

This JACS event will be on-line using a Zoom meeting, starting at 2:30 pm

To join the meeting click the link below :

JACS On-line meeting

Meeting ID: 893 5129 8712

The meeting will be opened from 2:15 pm to allow you time to connect and chat.

If you do not have a computer, you can dial in by phone (standard call charges apply)

0203 481 5240
Meeting ID as above

Bring your own tea and cake!

 

For further information please contact Gay Saunders on 020 8864 0133 or communitycare@mosaicreform .org.uk

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Liberal and Reform Joint Erev Simchat Torah service

Friday October 09

Please join us for a joint Erev Simchat Torah service, starting at 7:00 pm. The service will be led by Rabbi Kathleen de Magtige-Middleton

Click here to join the Zoom service

Meeting Id: 867 2512 3447

 

A special prayer book has been produced for this service – please download one of the following:

Erev Simchat Torah Shira 5781 – single page
Erev Simchat Torah Shira 5781 – 2 page
Erev Simchat Torah Shira 5781 booklet (for double sided printing – flip on short edge)

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Liberal and Reform Joint Simchat Torah service

Saturday October 10

Please join us for a joint Simchat Torah service, starting at 10:45 am. The service will be led by Rabbi Rachel Benjamin

Click here to join the Zoom service

Meeting Id: 867 2512 3447

 

A special prayer book has been produced for this service – please download one of the following:

Simchat Torah Morning- single page
Simchat Torah Morning-2 page
Simchat Torah Morning-booklet (for double sided printing – flip on short edge)

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Meet the Author – Lord Daniel Finkelstein

Thursday October 15

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A THURSDAY!

Steve Levinson will interview Lord Daniel Finkelstein at 2.30 pm.

Daniel Finkelstein has been awarded the OBE and was appointed to the House of Lords in 2013. He was named political commentator of the year at the Editorial Intelligence Comment Awards 2010, 2011 and 2013 and received the Journalist of the Year Award 2011. He is Vice President of the Jewish Leadership Council.

Daniel Finkelstein writes a weekly political column for The Times, which he joined in 2001.  ‘How long does a column take? Well it’s 1,150 words and it usually takes between two and three hours to write down. But in reality it has taken me somewhere between three hours and the entirety of my life since I was eight years old.’

His recent book  Everything in Moderation  was published in August and is a collection of his greatest writings from The Times, ranging from the personal – with his articles on growing up Jewish in Hendon Central and on the deaths of both of his parents – to the political, with columns on how to predict elections, the way political science showed us Ed Miliband was on his way to defeat, and why the base rate of coups meant Jeremy Corbyn wouldn’t be ousted before an election.
Wry, informed and often brilliantly funny, these pieces zip between Walt Disney, Hilary Clinton, David Bowie, Margaret Thatcher, Clement Attlee and Muhammed Ali. They make arguments about football, assisted dying, the art of becoming Prime Minister and the musical Hamilton.

Click here to join event via Zoom

Meeting ID: 812 8371 2296

If you don’t have a computer / tablet / smartphone you can still call in (standard charges apply) 0203 481 5240
Meeting ID as above

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Virtual Zoom Magic Show with Alan Hudson

Sunday October 18

Join Alan Hudson at 4.00 pm in his incredible 30 minute virtual magic show with other members of your family and friends.……30 amazing minutes of magic and mind-reading, sleight of hand and card tricks  – with the best seats in the house!

Alan is a member of the Inner Magic Circle with Gold Star which is the highest position that can be achieved – less than 250 magicians in the world hold this position.

Limited number of screens and booking must be made in advance (by Monday 12th October) to be sent the Zoom code.

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Mosaic On-Line Tea Time Quiz

Sunday October 25

John Ashmele will present another on-line interactive tea-time quiz in the comfort of your own homes. The quiz should last no longer than one hour; you mark your own papers and there are sadly no prizes (boo!).

 

Join Zoom Meeting at 4.00 pm on Sunday 25th October

Join Zoom Meeting

Click here to join Tea Time Quiz

Meeting ID: 832 6698 0484

If you don’t have a computer / tablet / smartphone you can still call in (standard charges apply) 0203 051 2874
Meeting ID as above

 As a bonus, a picture round has been posted to www.ashmele.co.uk/blog/quiz, and the answers will be given on Sunday.
Tea, cake and alcoholic beverages will be available throughout the afternoon, depending on what you have in your larder. Enjoy!

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Meet the Author – Daniel Lee

Tuesday October 27

Steve Levinson will interview Daniel Lee at 2.30 pm.

Daniel is a historian of the Second World War and a specialist in the history of Jews in France and North Africa during the Holocaust. He is a lecturer in modern history at Queen Mary, University London, and the author of Pétain’s Jewish Children (2014). As a BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinker, Lee is a regular broadcaster on radio.

His most recent publication (this month) The SS Officer’s Armchair is a fascinating gem of serious historical scholarship. It began with the surprise discovery of a stash of personal documents covered in swastikas sewn into its cushion, but represents a chilling reminder of how regimes are made not by monsters, but by ordinary people.

The Amazon link to buy the book is here – https://www.amazon.co.uk/SS-Officers-Armchair-Search-Hidden/dp/1911214969/ref=sr_1_2?crid=V8O8EZO7UA7D&dchild=1&keywords=ss+officer+armchair&qid=1600287276&sprefix=ss+offic%2Caps%2C148&sr=8-2

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Chat with a cuppa

Thursday October 29

How has the past month been for you?  Join us on the last Thursday of the month to catch up with friends and chat about whatever’s on your mind.

Please bring your own cuppa and cookies (optional)

2.30 pm for an hour or so

https://zoom.us/j/94138560666

or you can dial in from your phone at 0203 481 5237
Meeting ID: 941 3856 0666

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Meet the Scientist – Professor Sir Mark Walport

Tuesday November 10

Steve Levinson will interview Mark Walport at 2.30 pm.

Mark is the Chairman of the Kennedy Memorial Trust and the recently retired founding Chief Executive of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), which is responsible for the public funding of research and innovation. He was Government Chief Scientific Adviser and Head of the Government Office for Science from April 2013 to September 2017; and is a member of SAGE.

His previous career highlights include Director of the Wellcome Trust (2003 to 2013), and previously Professor of Medicine and Head of the Division of Medicine at Imperial College London. Mark received a knighthood in the 2009 New Year Honours List for services to medical research and was elected a Fellow of The Royal Society in 2011 and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2017.

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