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Mosaic Liberal Synagogue welcomes other faith representatives for Rosh Hashanah service

Mosaic Liberal Synagogue welcomed visitors from Wembley central Masjid and Harlesden Methodist Church to services marking Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year. In his sermon, Rabbi Frank spoke about how, as a result of our anxieties and fears concerning the state of the world today, many people turn to a mythical past for inspiration instead of […]

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New Year Greetings

We wish a Happy New Year 5779 and Gmar Chatimah Tovah to the Mosaic Family.  Rabbi David and Ruth Soetendorp. Dennis Goodman and family wish all their friends a very happy New Year and well over the fast. For other New Year Greetings, please see the Rosh Hashana edition of “Kehila”.  

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Mosaic New Home – feedback from meeting and requests for assistance

Over 200 members of Mosaic Jewish Community dragged themselves out of bed early on Sunday morning to hear some exciting news about our search for a new home.  The meeting was extremely positive and the Property Working Group, Councils and Trustees received valuable feedback and input to guide them in finalising contract details and the […]

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Mosaic Film

Please note that there will be no Mosaic Film evenings during August or September.  “Hester Street” will be shown on Tuesday 23rd October.  Watch this space for further details.

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Remembering Srebrenica Commemoration

Harrow Council invites everyone to remember the genocide of 8,000 people in Srebrenica, Bosnia, 23 years ago. The Acts of Courage commemoration, hosted by the Mayor, is a chance to learn from one of the worst atrocities in Europe since the Second World War.  This free event will be held in the Council Chamber at Harrow Civic […]

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Volunteers wanted to help with school visits

Do you like interacting with children in an informal setting?   Are you good at teaching the fundamentals of Judaism while “standing on one foot” to groups of primary school aged children, or would like to be able to do so?  You might be exactly the person we are looking for to help our current group […]

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New Year Greetings for the Rosh Hashana “Kehila”

If you wish to include New Year Greetings in the Rosh Hashana edition of “Kehila” please will you submit your copy to the Mosaic office no later than Monday 13th August.  The cost is £10 for up to 30 words.  Please send your copy to admin@choosemosaic.org and pay via the website. New Year Greeting Option […]

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Volunteers wanted to help with school visits

Do you like interacting with children in an informal setting?   Are you good at teaching the fundamentals of Judaism while “standing on one foot” to groups of primary school aged children, or would like to be able to do so?  You might be exactly the person we are looking for to help our current group […]

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Survey on Anti-Semitism

The Metropolitan Police is working with a UCL postgraduate student from the Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science and has been advising on her research project. The project’s aim is to explore why most antisemitic behaviour is not reported by victims or witnesses to the police, and to organisations like CST / Shomrim.  The research […]

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Data protection (GDPR)

As you may have heard, new data protection requirements (GDPR) come into effect on 25 May 2018. Mosaic Community and its 3 constituent synagogues take your privacy very seriously and our data protection and privacy policy is being updated. A small team of expert volunteers from the community are working out the required changes to […]

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