Thousands are urgently in need of help after devastating earthquakes hit Turkey and Syria.
World Jewish Relief and its partners are providing shelter and food to those affected, but support is needed to reach more. Click here to donate
Please note this campaign is separate to the WJR match-funding campaign for Ukraine, as we reach one year on since the start of the Russian invasion. This campaign is running from the 24th-27th February
February 7, 2023
Members of Mosaic and friends are invited to “choose their Jewish life” and join any of our Yom Kippur services. Click on any of the links below to join us via Zoom.
Kol Nidre service – 8:00 pm Sunday
Yom Kippur Morning service – 11:00 am Monday
Yom Kippur Additional service – 1:00 pm Monday
Yom Kippur Afternoon services – 4:30 pm Monday
Yom Kippur Yizkor and Ne-ilah services – 5:30 pm Monday
Erev Yom Kippur service – 4.30-5.30 pm Sunday
Kol Nidre service – 7.00 pm Sunday
Yom Kippur Family service – 9:30 am Monday
Yom Kippur Shacharit – 10:30 am Monday
Yom Kippur Torah Service – 12:15 pm Monday
Yom Kippur Musaf – 2:10 pm Monday
Yom Kippur Minchah – 4:15 pm Monday
Yom Kippur Yizkor and Neilah – 5:45 pm Monday
September 22, 2020
For the attention of all Mosaic Liberal & Mosaic Reform members – when you receive your magazine, do be sure to check that you have removed everything from the envelope – there’s more to it than you might have anticipated!
September 3, 2020
Mosaic Liberal Synagogue is delighted to announce the appointment of Rabbi Rachel Benjamin as our Rabbi.
Rachel’s appointment will commence on July 1st, and she will be supporting us on a part-time basis. Rachel will be performing all key Rabbinic tasks for our community: she will be conducting one Friday evening and two Shabbat morning services per month, and Festival services; working with our Care Coordinator, Esther Aronsfeld, to support the essential pastoral needs of our members; liaising closely with our other Mosaic Jewish Community synagogues (both at a Rabbinic and community level), including adult education; and connecting us with our parent body, Liberal Judaism.
May 26, 2020
The JLC in partnership with Work Avenue, has established a fund to support those across the community whose earnings have been directly affected by COVID-19. The fund specifically assists those who are ineligible for Government support or who face delays accessing Government funds.
This fund is designed to help you with essential expenses up until the end of June.
People likely to be eligible may include:
Those whose earnings or employment have been affected by COVID-19
Those who are recently self-employed and don’t have a 2018/2019 tax return
Those who became employed from 20th March 2020
If you feel this is helpful please go to https://theworkavenue.org.uk/covid19/
or to find out more: FAQs
April 17, 2020