Events

Keep up to date with the latest events from Mosaic. As well as the events listed below you can also see what's on in our calendar, and see the pages for our regular weekly and monthly events including:

Adult Education | Book Group | Chavurah Suppers | Cook team | Film Group | Friendship Clubs | Library | Photo Group | Trips | Walks | Cameo

Tea and Torah

Wednesday, May 12

Study Torah with one of our Rabbis

11.00 am Wednesday morning

To join the meeting via Zoom, please click:

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Meet the Danc(ing) Judge – Michael Shelton

Tuesday, May 11

Meet Michael at 2.30 pm, in conversation with Alan Solomon.

Michael Shelton is a long-standing member of Mosaic Liberal and has a fascinating CV.   In addition to his career in the legal profession as a Solicitor and Deputy District Judge, he holds or has held  directorships in a stage school, a theatrical agency, a personal management company and a men’s hygiene product company, and he is currently chair of  Rickmansworth Churches Housing Association.

Click here to join event via Zoom

And yes, there is a slight connection with “Strictly” !   He was a director of the world’s largest social dance business for 16 years.

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The Tattooed Torah

Sunday, May 9

The Tattooed Torah is a true story of the rescue and restoration of a small Torah from Brno, Czechoslovakia, which teaches the Holocaust not only as a period of destruction but also as
an opportunity for redemption.

Join us on Zoom at 4 pm.

One of the finest award-winning films made, The Tattooed Torah tells the story of the holocaust in a way that is accessible for children and appropriate for all ages. The run time of the film is 21 minutes. For more information, please visit www.tattooedtorah.com.

Following the online screening will be a discussion with: Beth Kopin, Marvell Ginsburgs daughter and Excecutive Producer; Brett Kopin, Co-writer; Martin Lemelman, illustrator. Continue reading


Mosaic Liberal AGM

Sunday, May 9

This will take place at 11.00 am.  The notice of meeting was in the Pesach “Kehila” and the remaining papers have been sent out by email.

 


Tea and Torah

Wednesday, May 5

Study Torah with one of our Rabbis

11.00 am Wednesday morning

To join the meeting via Zoom, please click:

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The Learning Circle

Tuesday, May 4

The Learning Circle:  Maimoni-Who? Demystifying Maimonides

The name Maimonides is often mentioned in sermons, and talks in relation to Jewish thought and philosophy, but who was he? What are his 13 Principles, what is so perplexing about his infamous The Guide for the Perplexed and how did it influence Jewish thought?

Have you ever found yourself asking similar questions, but felt too self-conscious to ask? Or are you simply curious to learn more about this fascinating character, you may enjoy learning with us at The Learning Circle. Continue reading


JACS – The Rubbish Picker’s Wife

Tuesday, May 4

The Rubbish Picker’s Wife – making a difference to children’s lives in Kosova – Elizabeth Gowing

starting at 2:30 pm

To join the meeting click:  JACS On-line meeting

Meeting ID:  862 3609 2480

The meeting will be opened from 2:15 pm to allow you time to connect and chat.

Bring your own tea and cake!

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Meet the City Editor & Author – Alex Brummer

Sunday, May 2

Alex Brummer, Daily Mail City and Finance Headshot. 2016/09/21 Picture by Georgie Gillard . REXMAILPIX.

Join us at 4.00 pm when Steve Levinson interviews Alex Brummer.

Alex was born in Brighton, obtaining a first degree in Economics and Politics at the University of Southampton. He has always worked as a journalist, initially at the Guardian in the UK and in Washington, USA, in important financial positions overall for a period of 26 years. He then moved to The Mail, becoming City Editor in 2000, a position he holds today.

He was Vice-President at the Board of Deputies 2012-2015, and is currently Chairman of the Abraham Fund Initiatives.

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Cameo (Come and meet each other)

Sunday, May 2

Have you suffered the loss of a partner, relative or friend?  Do you feel sad, lonely and isolated?  Would you welcome the opportunity to meet others in a similar position to yourself?

Mosaic has a group to meet the needs of people like you who meet once a month.  The meetings take place on Zoom at the moment  on the first Sunday of the month.

Please join us from 2.30 pm.
We hope to offer support and enjoyment to people with common interests.

If you are interested please contact Bobbi Riesel on 07787 547383 for the Zoom details.

 


Liberal Shabbat – Biennial Service

Saturday, May 1

Please note that for Shabbat morning on 1st May, the Mosaic Liberal service will be the LJ Biennial Service. If you wish to join the service, please use the following link:

Join service via Zoom

Meeting ID: 852 5067 2020
Passcode: 1902

If you wish to join the LJ Kabbalat Shabat service (6pm to 7pm on Friday April 30th) you can use the same link as above. The normal joint Erev Shabbat service with Mosaic Reform will follow at 7pm using the usual Zoom link.

If you prefer to join in ‘view only’ mode, please use one of the following links: Continue reading