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Meet the Author – Martin Noble

Over 80 people joined the Zoom meeting to watch Steve Noble interviewing Martin Noble. Martin’s current bread-and-butter work is book-editing for publishers, mainly academic books, chiefly arts, philosophy and humanities for Oxford University Press and Routledge If you were not able to attend the meeting, you can still watch the recording by clicking on the […]

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Share our Hobbies – Extreme Birding

Over 80 people watched Nick’s fascinating tour of his 7 most exciting days birding ever…. one from each continent, highlighting how conservation efforts are saving our endangered birds. His talk was further enhanced with some amazing photographs, courtesy of his chief photographer, Jane. If you were unfortunate to miss the talk, you can view the […]

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Latest Recipe – Amendment

There was an omission in the list of ingredients for the latest recipe, Chipotle Roasted Sweetcorn with Squash, Black Beans, Feta & Lime.  Please add 4 corn on the cob! Enjoy!

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JACS – A Personal View of Sephardi History

A Personal View of Sephardi History – Joe Sinyor

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Meet The Author – Peter Lantos

Over 80 people tuned in to this weeks ‘Meet the Author’ session, where Steve Levinson interviewed Peter Lantos. If you missed the interview you can view the recording by clicking the link below. Click here to view recording By the age of 30, Peter Lantos had survived Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, was beaten by the Communist […]

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Sharing Our Hobbies – Photography

Around 40 people listened to Pat Zatz, David Ruback and Gary Italiaander last Sunday as they spoke about their interest in Photography as a hobby. They shared their different approaches and show images they had taken, as well as answering questions at the end of the session. If you missed the event, you can view […]

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A Rabbi in Lockdown

“Suddenly we found ourselves frantically reorganizing and rethinking absolutely everything we normally do as a community”. Rabbi Kathleen de Magtige-Middleton of Mosaic Reform reflects on the impact of lockdown.

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A Service for Comfort and Strength

The restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic have been a source of stress and anxiety for many people. On Wednesday 17 June a moving and reflective service took place, led by Rabbis Rachel, Kathleen and Natasha and Esther Aronsfeld. If you missed the service you can view the recording by clicking the link below Click […]

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JACS – “History in the Baking”

History in the Baking with Esther Rinkoff

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Sunday Meditation

Around 30 people joined Sharon Grossman, a registered Yoga instructor and member of Mosaic Masorti Synagogue, on Sunday evening. Sharon introduced those taking part to the benefits of meditation and went through a short affirmation and visualisation inviting peace and love. If you missed this session, you can view the recording by clicking on the […]

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