All Event Listing

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

What's On

Walking Group

Tuesday July 05

Meet at 10.00 am for our weekly walk.  For details of the meeting place please contact the Mosaic office admin@choosemosaic.org  .

 

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6.30 pm start for Kabbalat Shabbat and Potluck Dinner in our new home!

Friday December 09

Kabbalat Shabbat beiteinu with potluck dinner.  Following the success of the MJC Friday night services in members’ homes, the next one will be on Friday 9th December in our own home – 1a Halsbury Close, Stanmore Hill!

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Mosaic Jewish Community 2022 AGM – Reminder

Tuesday December 13

The Mosaic Jewish Community AGM will take place at the Synagogue on Tuesday 13th December at 8.00 pm.

The AGM will be preceded by the fixing of a mezuzah.

Please see relevant documents below:

Agenda MJC AGM 2022

MJC AGM 2021 Minutes
Building handover Report for AGM 2022
Finance Report for AGM 2022
Governance Report for AGM 2022

 

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Mosaic Friendship Club

Tuesday December 13

Mosaic Friendship Club (70+) meets on Tuesdays between 11:00 am and 2:30 pm kicking off with seated mobility exercises followed by a two or three course lunch and afternoon entertainment.

We look forward to welcoming old friends and new to our new home at Mosaic Jewish Community, 1a Halsbury Close, Stanmore Hill, Stanmore HA7 3DY.  For details, please contact Bertha Levy via the Mosaic office.

Tuesday 13th December – Julia K presents her programme of popular songs – sing along to all your favourites.

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Walking Group

Tuesday December 13

Meet at 10.00 am for our weekly walk.  For details of the meeting place please contact the Mosaic office admin@choosemosaic.org  .

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Learn With One of Our Rabbis on Tuesday Evenings

Tuesday December 13

UNTANGLING OUR TRADITION

This weekly class continues at 7.00 pm on Tuesday 13th December when we will be discussing ‘The Main Tenets of Judaism – Messiah/Messianic

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Tea and Torah

Wednesday December 14

Study Parashat Ha-Shavua – the Torah portion of the week – with one of our Rabbis at 11.00 am.

Come along for an enjoyable hour of engaging with our wonderful Torah text, and each other!  It’s a delightful way to study Torah, to discuss themes that emerge from the portion – and also an opportunity to find out and contemplate what is in the reading for Shabbat morning.

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Mosaic Friendship Club

Tuesday December 20

Mosaic Friendship Club (70+) meets on Tuesdays between 11:00 am and 2:30 pm kicking off with seated mobility exercises followed by a two or three course lunch and afternoon entertainment.

We look forward to welcoming old friends and new to our new home at Mosaic Jewish Community, 1a Halsbury Close, Stanmore Hill, Stanmore HA7 3DY.  For details, please contact Bertha Levy via the Mosaic office.

Tuesday 20th December – Celebrate Chanukah with singer/guitarist Ronnie Goldberg

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Learn With One of Our Rabbis on Tuesday Evenings

Tuesday December 20

UNTANGLING OUR TRADITION

This weekly class continues at 7.00 pm on Tuesday 20th December when we will be discussing ‘Chanukah (First night 18th December)

This will be an opportunity for our MJC members to come along and learn with one of our Rabbis, or to brush up on aspects of Judaism that might feel a bit rusty!  We will be covering Jewish values, festivals, life cycle, calendar, and more.

Please feel free to come along to any of the sessions.  We look forward to seeing you there.

Click here to join via Zoom

Meeting Id: 813 5743 5771

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Tea and Torah

Wednesday December 21

Study Parashat Ha-Shavua – the Torah portion of the week – with one of our Rabbis.

Come along for an enjoyable hour of engaging with our wonderful Torah text, and each other!  It’s a delightful way to study Torah, to discuss themes that emerge from the portion – and also an opportunity to find out and contemplate what is in the reading for Shabbat morning.

11.00 am Wednesday morning

To join the meeting via Zoom, please click:

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Mosaic Friendship Club

Tuesday December 27

Mosaic Friendship Club (70+) meets on Tuesdays between 11:00 am and 2:30 pm kicking off with seated mobility exercises followed by a two or three course lunch and afternoon entertainment.

We look forward to welcoming old friends and new to our new home at Mosaic Jewish Community, 1a Halsbury Close, Stanmore Hill, Stanmore HA7 3DY.  For details, please contact Bertha Levy via the Mosaic office.

Tuesday 27th December & Tuesday 3rd January – Club closed (Bank Holiday)

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Tots Shabbat with Rabbi Anna

Friday January 06

Join Dina the Dinosaur and Rabbi Anna at the Synagogue at 11.00 am for songs, stories and kiddush blessings to get tots under 5 and their grown-ups into the Shabbat spirit.

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Mosaic Book Group

Wednesday January 11

The group will meet at 12.30 pm at the Synagogue when they will be discussing “Swing Time” by Zadie Smith.

Please bring your own non-meat packed lunch.  Tea and coffee will be provided.

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Malts and Megillahs

Thursday January 12

Join us for a whisky tasting at the new shul, raising funds for vital preservation work on Mosaic Masorti’s beautiful megillah. Donated by Masorti member Cecil Cherns z”l, this likely dates back to 1880s Lithuania. It is written in a beautiful scribal hand, but is in need of restoration as the letters fade and the parchment dries out. If we do not act now, the megillah will soon be utterly pasul (unusable). This should be a good opportunity to try some boutique and luxury single malts whilst raising money for a good cause. Any excess funds raised will go to Harrow Food Bank.

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Mosaic Culture Hub Presents “Meet the Author – John Matlin”

Wednesday January 25

Join us at 12.30 for a light lunch before Steve Levinson will interview John Matlin about his latest novel ‘End Game’ which is the final novel in his Driscoll Quartet, focusing on journalist David Driscoll.

Former solicitor and Pinner resident, John Matlin, is releasing his next novel ‘End Game’ in January, which is the last book in the Driscoll Quartet, focusing on journalist David Driscoll.

In the novel, Driscoll finds himself investigating the murders of two people, including the Democratic candidate for California governor, with only one piece of physical evidence.

Driscoll ends up assisting the replacement candidate and the San Francisco Police Department to help solve the murder.

Scott Lucas, professor of internal politics at the Clinton Institute at University College, Dublin, praised the novel. He said: “Politics, murder, and the darker side of a bright California –‘End Game’ is faster than a Disneyland roller coaster and just as exciting.”

There will be a £5 per person charge, via our website, up to Thursday 19th January.  For catering purposes we would appreciate advance bookings.   If you require a supervised option, please let us know.

From 20th January and on the door, the charge will be £10 per person.

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Mosaic On-Line Tea Time Quiz

Sunday February 05

Neil Goodman will present another entertaining on-line quiz for the Mosaic Jewish Community & friends. No winners, no prizes, just a lot of fun. Refreshments: whatever is left over from lunch!

Picture round details: Name the cities hosting these arches (link to pictures will be available shortly)

Join Zoom Meeting at 4.00 pm on Sunday 5th February January

Click here to join Tea Time Quiz

Meeting ID: 836 6939 7471

 

 

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Guided Tour of Jewish Sites of Oxford’s Medieval Quarter

Sunday March 26

Join our guided walk to discover Oxford’s Jewish heritage with an opportunity to visit the Ashmolean Museum and see the Jewish objects in their collection. Tea will be hosted by the Oxford Jewish Community.  Cost £25 per person which includes return coach transportation from a local pick-up point at 10.00 am sharp.  Returning late afternoon.  Bring a picnic lunch and drink.   We currently have 12 spaces, so please let the office know if you would like to attend.  Please don’t send any money now, you will be notified when it is required.  Any further questions please email the office and we will respond back with the answers.

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