READ ON for Mosaic Bus details, AJEX march…
THANK YOU: “I would like to thank the community for all their good wishes and good luck messages to me for the inaugural Torah service led by a woman. Those who were in shul were in really fine voice and I really felt the Ruach this week. I certainly couldn’t have done it without you! I look forward to leading the service again, perhaps early next year. ” Annette Benson
MOSAIC SHABBAT WALKING BUS meeting on the corner of George V and Pinner Road traffic lights at 9.45am on Saturday 11th December. Contact Linda Lucas on 07891 509701 to let her know you are joining the bus.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: to Jonathan Brockiner, Simon Rosenberg, Yoni Ross, Leslie Dysch and Eli Freeman who celebrate their birthdays this week.
JOIN EDWIN & MARVYN AS THEY MARCH: On Sunday 20th November from 1.30pm there is the annual Jewish Ex-Service Men and Women Parade at Whitehall. Marvyn and Edwin march each year in memory of fallen relatives and they wear the medals from their relatives in the appropriate place. They would like to see if more members, irrespective of age, would like to join them on this wonderful heart rending occasion. Sadly many of the retired service personnel can no longer tale part due to their ages. It is up to the young like all of our community, to support what our relatives did to make our lives safe. AJEX have asked for support – and more details are listed under ‘Mosaic News’ and have told us that everyone is welcome as they want the march and memories to continue. If you would like to attend, please call Edwin 07973 312851. Marvyn and Edwin look forward to you joining them with or without medals.
SAMS presents: An evening with Paul Anticoni, CEO of World Jewish Relief – Sunday 20th November 7.30pm at St Albans Masorti Synagogue, · 9 The Dencora Centre · Campfield Road · St Albans, Hertfordshire AL1 5HN. Paul Anticoni joined World Jewish Relief as their Chief Executive in June 2006. World Jewish Relief (WJR) is the organisation that brought tens of thousands out of Nazi Germany. Since then WJR has helped those in need across the world, particularly the Ukraine, across Eastern Europe and more recently mainland Greece and the Greek Island of Lesbos. WJR’s profile as the leading humanitarian and development agency amongst UK Jewry has grown in recent years with WJR playing a more active role in community development, Jewish renewal initiatives and emergency response worldwide and growing its reputation amongst within both the UK Jewish charitable community and wider international NGO sector. There is no charge for this evening, which will of course include tea, coffee and cake but for security and cake purposes please do let us know you are coming. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01727 860642