Mazal tov on their birthdays to Viki Kenton, 50; Tony Selman, 80.
We regret to announce the death of our member, Frankie Zeitlin, the mother of David and Michael.
Mazal tov on their birthdays to David de Magtige, 55; Beverley Ringart, 75; Paul Russell, 60.
We regret to announce the death of our member, Michael Barnett.
Shemesh is the can’t-miss residential summer camp for RSY-Netzer! Shemesh is a chance for your child to spend two weeks (or 7 nights if they are on Briyah, 10 nights if they are on Shachar) in a Reform community. On each camp there are a range of fun activities to join in with, as well as space to chill out and relax!
We are really hoping to be able to see all of our chanichim (participants) on camp this summer and are working hard to try to make Shemesh happen in a safe way, whilst remaining as fun and inspirational as ever. We will continue to provide updates whenever possible about Shemesh as the current situation evolves.
Reception – Year 6: Day Camp (TBC)
Year 5+6: Briyah, 29th July – 4th August
Year 7: Shachar, 29th Juyl – 8th August
Year 8+9: Remunah, 29th July – 12th August
Year 10: Atid, 29th Juyl – 12th August
Year 11: Israel Tour/UK Alternative, 14th July – 4th August/6th-20th July
Year 12 (On Course Hadracha): Leading on Shemesh, 27th July – 4/8/12th August
Year 12 (All): Israel Experience, 11-20th August
Bookings are now being taken. via RSY-Netzer’s website
Mazal tov on their birthdays to Gabby Kessler, 85; Yvonne Goldstein, 75.
Mazal tov on his birthday to Bernard Fisherman, 85.
We regret to announce the death of our member, Peter Mendel-Lion, the father of Colin, Jane Cohen and Sally Tawil.
Mazal tov on their birthdays to Nat Levene, 98; Paul Mendelson, 70. Mazal tov also to Beverley and Ron Ringart on their 50th wedding anniversary and Sandie & Martin Simonis on their 50th wedding anniversary.
Wednesday 14 April 2021, 19:00-21:00
Reform Judaism and Liberal Judaism are delighted to invite you to join us for an evening of commemoration and celebration of Israel’s 73rd Independence Day, featuring an incredible range of speakers and a chance to sing together.
Yom HaAtzmaut event part #1 (19:00-20:00):
The event will include a conversation with Rabbi Michael Boyden, who lost his son in Lebanon in 1993, as we transition from Yom HaZikaron. We will then hear contributions from:
- Rabbi Gilad Kariv- first reform Rabbi to serve as a Member of the Knesset
- Cocktail making with the first and only whiskey distillery in Israel- Milk & Honey (see ingredients below)
- Rabbi Esteban Gottfried from Beit Tfila Israeli who will talk about Israel and Music
- Israeli poetry with Dr Moshe Lavee
And more Israeli friends from the Israeli Reform Movement, as we celebrate Yom HaAtzmaut together.
Click here to join this event on Reform Judaism’s Facebook
Click here to join this event on Reform Judaism’s YouTube channel
Click here to join this event on Liberal Judaism’s Facebook
Click here to join this event on Liberal Judaism’s YouTube channel
Click here to join this event on Liberal Judaism’s Twitter
To take part in the Whisky Sour cocktail making from home, you will need the following ingredients:
Whisky, Lemon, Sugar water/ maple syrup, Fresh thyme.
Yom HaAtzmaut Kumzits/ song session, part #2 (20:00-21:00):
Then, from 20:00, join a special online song session with great musicians from our communities.
Click here to join the Kumzits (bonfire) on zoom.
Meeting ID: 821 8117 3450
Arzenu Celebrations 15-17 April 2021
Finally, during Shabbat after Yom HaAtzmaut, Reform Jews from around the world are invited to join online sessions organised by Arzenu, ARZA US and IMPJ.
Click here for further details and to register.