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

Mosaic Friendship Club

Thursday, May 19

Mosaic Friendship Club (70+) meets between 11:00 am and 2:30 pm kicking off with seated mobility exercises followed by a two or three course lunch and afternoon entertainment.

We look forward to welcoming old friends and new to our temporary premises in Kenton.  For details, please contact Bertha Levy via the Mosaic office.

Thursday 19th May – The Hatch End Singers entertain


Tea and Torah

Wednesday, May 18

Study Torah with one of our Rabbis

11.00 am Wednesday morning

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Learn With One of Our Rabbis on Tuesday Evenings

Tuesday, May 17

UNTANGLING OUR TRADITION

This weekly class continues at 7.00 pm on Tuesday May 17th when we will be discussing ‘Prayer and Liturgy: Content of Services’. 

This will be an opportunity for our MJC members to come along and learn with one of our Rabbis, or to brush up on aspects of Judaism that might feel a bit rusty!  We will be covering Jewish values, festivals, life cycle, calendar, and more.

Please feel free to come along to any of the sessions.  We look forward to seeing you there.

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Meeting Id: 813 5743 5771


Walking Group

Tuesday, May 17

Meet at 10.00 am for our weekly walk.  For details of the meeting place please contact the Mosaic office admin@choosemosaic.org  .

 


My Good Listen

Sunday, May 15

Join us at 5.30pm to hear David Pollak and Steve Noble, two Mosaic musicians, talk about their favourite tracks .

Sing and hum along to the music and ask our dynamic duo questions.

We look forward to seeing you for this entertaining afternoon.

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Meeting ID: 878 5442 7295


Mosaic Friendship Club is Back!

Thursday, May 12

Mosaic Friendship Club (70+) meets between 11:00 am and 2:30 pm kicking off with seated mobility exercises followed by a two or three course lunch and afternoon entertainment.

We look forward to welcoming old friends and new to our temporary premises in Kenton.  For details, please contact Bertha Levy via the Mosaic office.

Thursday 12th May – Harry’s choice – a selection of taped favourites, something for everyone.


Tea and Torah

Wednesday, May 11

Study Torah with one of our Rabbis

11.00 am Wednesday morning

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Learn With One of Our Rabbis on Tuesday Evenings

Tuesday, May 10

UNTANGLING OUR TRADITION

This weekly class continues at 7.00 pm on Tuesday May 10th when we will be discussing ‘Differences between Orthodox, Masorti, Reform and Liberal Judaism’. 

This will be an opportunity for our MJC members to come along and learn with one of our Rabbis, or to brush up on aspects of Judaism that might feel a bit rusty!  We will be covering Jewish values, festivals, life cycle, calendar, and more.

Please feel free to come along to any of the sessions.  We look forward to seeing you there.

Click here to join via Zoom

Meeting Id: 813 5743 5771


Walking Group

Tuesday, May 10

Meet at 10.00 am for our weekly walk.  For details of the meeting place please contact the Mosaic office admin@choosemosaic.org  .

 


Abstract Expressionism : The Shock of the New by Simone Bloom

Sunday, May 8

Join us at 5.30 pm when Simone will be considering the influence of Kandinsky, Picasso and Miro before focussing on the work of Pollock, De Kooning, Frankenthaler, Krasner, Kline and Rothko.

This is an extract from a mural Jackson Pollock made in 1943 for Peggy Guggenheim’s apartment at East 61st Street, New York: painted in a frenzied all-night session under the influence of alcohol – and jazz!

Abstract Expressionism is a visual language which can be both destructive and creative, personal and universal and in the United States it gave expression to the optimism and uncertainty of the post-war world. In Pollock’s words, “Today painters … can work from within. The modern artist is working with space and time and expressing his feelings rather than illustrating… Painting is self-discovery.” Continue reading