Here are the planting instructions for the seeds that were sent with the Rosh Hashanah edition of Kehila. “Scatter wildflower seeds thinly over bare patches of watered soil. This may be done in September or in the spring”.
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One of the results of the absence of synagogue services in the building since March has meant that many items we had in stock for kiddushim have not been used. Rather than letting them go to waste, might you be interested in relieving us of any of this ... read more
Last Sunday saw Karen Pollak describing her hobby – Pottery. Karen explained her love of clay and showed some of the work she enjoys. Karen also shared and explained some of her own work.
On Tuesday, Steve Levinson interviewed Mike Leibling, who has ... read more
Last Tuesday saw a fascinating JACS talk – “Trapped in a cave for 11 days – the Thai cave rescue”.
In 2018 a young Thai football team found themselves trapped in a cave without food or water. Dr Teerakiat Jareonsettasin interviewed the boys ... read more
Tea with the Rabbi is being kept warm until after the High Holy days as we are preparing for the Yamim tovim. Watch this space for further details.
Last Tuesday saw another in our series of ‘Meet the Author’ interviews. This time it was Sir Eric Reich who was interviewed by Steve Levinson. If you missed this event you can view the recording by clicking the link below:
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Last Sunday saw another in our series of ‘Sharing our hobbies’ – this time the subject was ‘Collecting’ and we were fortunate to see the collections of Cruet Sets, Playing Card and Newspapers of Edwin Lucas, Michael Reik and George Vulcoan respectively.
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Last Tuesday saw another in our series of ‘Meet the Author’ interviews. This time is was Adele Franklin who was interviewed by Judy Silverton. If you missed this event you can view the recording by clicking the link below:
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Last Sunday saw a presentation from Philip Silverton on ‘Rescue, Restore and Revive’. On Tuesday there was a JACS talk on Magan David Adom. If you missed either of these events you can view the recordings by clicking on one of the ... read more
On Thursday evening (6th August) Dr Edie Friedman, founder and Executive Director of the Jewish Council for Racial Equality (JCORE) gave a presentation on the Disproportionate Impact of Covid-19 on BAME Communities.
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected us all but it has impacted some communities more than others. Amongst the ... read more