News

Brent’s Holocaust Memorial Day Event – “Ordinary People”

This Holocaust Memorial Day, join Brent’s commemorative event on Thursday 26th January to remember the millions of ordinary people murdered in the Holocaust and in the genocides that followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur. With the theme ‘Ordinary People’, the moving and inspiring stories of ordinary people who survived the atrocities of the Holocaust and other […]

Read More

Harrow’s Holocaust Memorial Day Event – “Ordinary People”

Harrow’s Holocaust Memorial Day Event will hear first-hand accounts of the Holocaust, genocide and other forms of identity based hostility. With musical performances and special guest speakers including Holocaust Survivor Janine Weber and a member of the Sikh community. The event takes place on Monday 23rd January at 7.00 pm at Harrow Arts Centre, 171 […]

Read More

Mazal tov to our Bat Mitzvah

Mazal tov to our Bat Mitzvah, Chloe Shackell.  Sharron & Lee Shackell invite congregants to join them for kiddush to celebrate this special occasion.

Read More

Donate Your Board Games

MJC will be starting a ‘Warm Space’ from Thursday 2nd February, 10.00 am. It will be a chance for people to come and hang out in the building, have a chat, read a paper, and have a cup of tea or coffee to socialise and keep warm this winter. We’d love to have some board […]

Read More

Musicians, We Need You!

Rabbi Anna and Joseph Finlay are looking to start a musical Friday night service  but we can’t do it without you! This service will be part of Mosaic+ and open to all 3 denominations and beyond. If you play an instrument and would be interested in being part of this exciting opportunity contact rabbianna@choosemosaic.org to […]

Read More

Music for Memory

Music for memory is a supportive and friendly therapeutic singing group for people who are experiencing memory loss and associated difficulties. Our professional, highly experienced facilitator will lead everyone in singing well-loved classics which are sure to uplift and bring smiles and laughter to all.  Each session starts with a half-hour of social time and […]

Read More

Mosaic Café Now Open!

The café space is now open for drop ins!  Our plan is to buy more suitable furniture and develop coffee, tea and snack options based on feedback – so please come see us and let us know what you think  newhomethoughts@choosemosaic.org

Read More

Community Care Co-ordinator – Situation Vacant

Mosaic Jewish Community has opened its brand-new Synagogue in Stanmore.  It is a unique concept of providing religious services and community facilities for three different strands of Judaism – Reform, Masorti and Liberal – under one umbrella. The role focuses on providing direct support to members, their carers and families, as well as supporting and […]

Read More

Celebratory Kiddush – 14th January

Mazal tov to David Ross on his 70th birthday and to Jonquil Nicholls on her 80th birthday.  David & Gill together with Jonquil are delighted to invite congregants to a celebratory kiddush after the service on 14th January.

Read More

Answer To The Question Posed By Our Oldest Member (above)

The answer is 37,620. Just to keep you thinking and Gillian’s class on the ball, with their times tables, that equates to 54,172,800 minutes and 3,250,368,000 seconds. I wish everyone a wonderful year ahead, with lots of happy days in our new shul which, for the Masorti members’ calendar, I will be coming to, for […]

Read More