Service takers this Shabbat 4th June
Shacharit – Simon Glass
Torah Service – Marvyn Ellison
Maftir – Alan Goldner
Dvar – Rabbi Anthony Lazarus-Magrill
Musaf – Colin Berkovitch
Service takers 1st Day Shavuot – Sunday 5th June
Shacharit – David Bright
Torah Service – Alan Goldner
Maftir – Jonathan Fenster
Dvar – David Bright and Claire Silverstone
Musaf – David Bright
Service takers 2nd day Shavuot – Monday 6th June
Shacharit – Anthony Lazarus-Magrill
Torah Service – David Bright
Maftir – Michael Morris
Dvar – Anthony Lazarus-Magrill
Musaf – David Bright
David Benson remembering his mother, Anita.
Henry Altman remembering his brother, John.
Gillian Gurner remembering her husband, Michael.
Andrew Dysch remembering his grandfather, Harry Rosen.
Shavuot and Jubilee weekend
Look in the main bulletin for services times and special events on Shabbat, Sukkot Day 1 and Sukkot Day 2. All Services will be in the Girl Guides.
There will in addition be a Tikun Layal on Saturday evening in the Scout Hut for everyone as well as separate evening and Havdalah services for the constituent shuls of MJC. Rabbi Anthony will be leading the Masorti services. Doors open at 18.30. The evening will end with Havdalah.
“We’re on the move”
You will have recently received your “have a break” envelope. Please support the “We’re on the move” appeal, as your help is needed to “furnish our new home”. Thanks so much for your assistance
Rabbi Natasha is leaving Mosaic Masorti as her secondment to us will have finished after 3 years. How time flies! Please come and join Rabbi Natasha on the weekend of 1st – 2nd July. There will be a:-
- Friday night service and dinner,
- kiddish and a special lunch thereafter – hopefully outside within walking distance of the Guides
- a seudah shelishit at 8.00pm followed by Havdalah at 10.35pm
Please advise Gill firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to come to any of the events, as we have never been known to under cater. All donations will be greatly appreciated to enable us to create a memorable set of events and help to prepare for, and set up on, the Shabbat would also be welcome.
We always mention people who are unwell at the Shabbat service and to wish them a speedy recovery. If you would like a person mentioned, please notify email@example.com by sunset on a Friday.
Sponsoring a kiddish
If you would like to sponsor a kiddish for any special occasion, like a birthday, anniversary, before going on a special journey, coming back from a special journey, please advise Ann in the office and she will see if the date is free firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a special kiddish booked in for next week and you have been notified separately about it. Please advise Gill email@example.com if you are coming, as we want to make sure there is enough food and beverage. We are delighted that we will have had two special kaddishim in 3 weeks.
Walking is still healthy
The summer is fast approaching, and Henry and Barbara have contacted me to say there is still plenty of room to encourage more walkers to join the group. They are passionate that we all have an enjoyable time.
I am told our 4-legged family members are welcome too. The walks are fun and there is a refreshment stop built in at the end for all walkers be they 2 or 4 legged.
Meetings with Rabbi Anthony
Rabbi Anthony is always available to chat to congregants and can meet up also in your home. If you have any wishes, or ideas, please advise Rabbi Anthony firstname.lastname@example.org
Visiting the not so healthy
If you are feeling below par and would like Rabbi Anthony to pay you a visit, please contact him directly email@example.com