Favourite family Pesach baking recipes will be made at 09.30 am. The goodies will be enjoyed at our Communal Seder and during the Pesach kiddushim. Come and enjoy baking amongst friends old and new. Please let the office know if you are coming. Just bring an apron and digital scales (if you have them)
Wednesday, April 5
Sunday, April 2
Renewing Freedom, Justice, Empathy and Kindness: A Preparation for Passover, Easter and Ramadan.
This year, our multifaith ‘Third Seder’ is a ‘Pre-Seder’ and the theme is practical collaboration between faith groups in order to live by the central values of freedom, justice, compassion and kindness.
The Programme from 3.30 – 5.30 pm Includes:
Aisha Khan, Frank Dabba Smith and Leão Neto: Discussing the Journey to Freedom, Ethical Responsibility and Practical Collaboration
Munqeth Mehyar and Gidon Bromberg: A Progress Report on the Practical Work of EcoPeace-Middle East to Advance Cross-border Cooperation During the Present Political Climate
Light Refreshments Provided
Wembley Central Mosque, 35-37 Ealing Road, Wembley HA0 4AE (A five-minute walk from Wembley Central Bakerloo Line Station)
Wednesday, November 9
LIVING with dementia was a key theme of this year’s bereavement care conference, held at Mosaic Reform recently.
More than 100 delegates from multi-faith groups, organistions and indivduals who help the bereaved attended the 35th annual conference opened by Harrow Mayor, Cllr Rekha Shah.
She spoke of the anguish of losing someone you know “even if they are still with you” and said people with dementia had been neglected by society in the past.
Padraic Garrett, who leads Jewish Care’s innovative and unique Arts, Disability and Dementia Team said: “This is a word so many people fear. A lot of people over 50 say it’s one of the things they fear most. It’s why so many people don’t seek a diagnosis.”
Other panellists included Wendy Weidner, business development manager for Dementia UK, Elizabeth Carruthers, a psychotherapist based at the Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre at Mount Vernon hospital, who spoke about living with cancer and how it was no longer “the death sentence it used to be,” and Pete Smale, from Child Bereavement UK. He said: “A parent of a child under 18 dies every 22 minutes in the UK.”
Judy Silverton, Mosaic Reform member and chairwoman of the conference planning group, welcomed delegates and thanked the sponsors as well as the volunteers who supplied a superb lunch.
Wednesday, September 21
We rose to the occasion for this year’s huge honey cake bake-in at Bessborough Road on Tuesday.
Led by our wonderful cooks Joan Noble and Sue Pollock, both novices (me) and veterans took the plunge to turn out enough honey cake to feed the Mosaic community over the forthcoming Yom Tov.
We also made a few smaller versions for members on their own in our communities.
Rest assured there were no soggy bottoms!
Sunday, June 5
Last chance to book!
7.00 pm at 39 Bessborough Road, Harrow HA1 3BS
£15 per ticket
Mosaic Jewish Community is lucky enough to have booked an evening with the incredible chocolatier, Asher Toubkin. Join us for a demonstration and tasters with the best quality chocolate masterfully handled by Asher, to make a tempting assortment of delicious dishes. You will see it, handle it, smell it and taste a scrumptious variety of delights. Continue reading
Sunday, April 17
An Update and Discussion
with the Jordanian, Palestinian and Israeli Directors
Nader Khateeb and
Concerning Cooperative Environmental Activities
and Peace in the Middle East
Sunday, 17th April 2016 at 4.30pm
The Endangered Jordan River: Precious to Jews, Christians and Muslims
Wembley Central Mosque
35-37 Ealing Road, Wembley HA0 4AE
(4 minutes walk to Wembley Central Underground Station)
Wednesday, March 23
All Mosaic members are invited to celebrate Purim on this coming Wednesday 23rd March.
At 6:30pm there will be a reading of Megillat Esther with Rabbi Arberman, a spiel / pantomime with music and a fancy dress parade.
At 7.45pm refreshments will be served. At 8.15 there will be a discussion: From Ahasuerus’s Palace to Trump’s Tower: Reflections on Leadership and Toxicity
Wednesday, March 9
You will have a chance to try a selection of 5 single malt whiskies from a 12 year old through to a 34 year old, not generally found on the high street. (Arran, Bowmore, Benromach, Glasgow, Gordon & MacPhail, Hazelburn, Kilkerran, Laphroaig, Longrow, Macallan, Springbank, Teeling).
On the night you will receive a voucher for a 10% discount on your first order (That’s your ticket price back!). Also you will be given a link to web site(s) to retrieve your discount plus Mosaic will receive a donation on your first and subsequent orders.
Ticket Price: £15 Book before Wednesday 2nd March at the latest
Wednesday 9th March 8pm At 39 Bessborough Road, Harrow, HA1 3BS
(or send a cheque payable to Mosaic Jewish Community to the Office)