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Adult Education – date change

Please note that the Adult Education session on Pesach has been moved from 13th March to 24th March – for more details see here

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John Benjamin (Jewellery expert from the Antiques Roadshow) visits Mosaic

We are delighted to welcome back our member, John Benjamin, who will give an illustrated presentation “A View from the Coal Face” on Sunday 22nd April at 8.00 pm.  The story of John’s career started in 1972 at Cameo Corner, the celebrated Bloomsbury antique jewellery shop, then to Phillips Auctioneers and beyond…….. Tickets £12.50 including […]

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Mosaic Vacancy

We are looking for an admin assistant to support our administration team at Bessborough Road. This is a part time position and you will work for two mornings each week [total 8 hours p/week]. The position attracts an hourly rate of up to £10 per hour. The closing date for applications is 5th March 2018. […]

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Knitting group

Mosaic member, Barbara Altman, belongs to a small, local, very friendly Jewish knitting group, started up about six years ago.  They knit squares that are sewn together to make blankets, baby clothes, hats and scarves and these items are sent to Former Soviet Union countries and Israel for the children and elderly who need warm winter […]

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Mosaic member, Barbara Altman, belongs to a small, local, very friendly Jewish knitting group, started up about six years ago.  They knit squares that are sewn together to make blankets, baby clothes, hats and scarves and these items are sent to Former Soviet Union countries and Israel for the children and elderly who need warm winter […]

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Calling all Progressive University Students

Rabbi Daniel Lichman & Rabbi Leah Jordan, in their roles as Progressive Co-Chaplains under the Alliance of Reform and Liberal Judaism, are running with Maya Skaarbrevik, the Jeneration student field worker, a wonderful Shabbat retreat for Progressive-minded university students 2-4 February in the Peak District (everyone coming in to Manchester Piccadilly train station on that […]

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Inter Community Connections

Over the weekend January 12th – 14th we were delighted to welcome Board Members from sister Progressive Synagogues in Brussels The visit was organised by Michael Reik, who writes: I had received a request from the then President of the Beth Hillel Synagogue In Brussels,Gilbert Leaderman,early in the Autumn as to how it worked with […]

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Mosaic Holocaust Memorial Day at Bessborough Road

We will be holding our second Holocaust Memorial Day education event at Mosaic on Wednesday, 31 January with local secondary students attending workshops and listening to a guest Holocaust Survivor speaker.  We are part of the NHMDE Northwood Holocaust Memorial Day Education programme where over 3000 students attend various Synagogues over 2 weeks to be […]

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A Retreat for Jewish Students

Reconnect: A Retreat for Jewish Students – 2 – 4th Feb – Peak district –Escape the mundane and join us for the first ever progressively lead Jewish retreat for students! Reconnect’ is a special retreat where Jewish students will come together to reconnect to the parts of themselves that may have become lost or forgotten […]

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A Thousand and One:

A Flight Engineer Leader’s War from the Thousand Bomber Raids to the Battle of Berlin

Mosaic Reform member, Flight Lieutenant Humphrey Phillips DFC, MiD (twice), had an exciting war. Originally trained as a flight mechanic, he became one of the very first of the new breed of flight engineers. Posted initially to 103 Squadron, he was allocated immediately to the Conversion Flight, helping to convert new crews from two engines to four. While ‘instructing’, he was flight engineer to many of the famous names of the time – ‘Daddy’ Lashbrook, Peter Robinson, and Harry Drummond – and flew in the first two of the historic,  Mazal tov to Humphrey on the publication of this book.

December 14, 2017