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Tuesday March 14
There is Always Hope!
You’re invited to a Mosaic Evening with Jonny Benjamin MBE – award-winning mental health campaigner, author, filmmaker, and public speaker.
Jonny will talk about his journey with mental illness and his diagnosis at 20 with a form of schizophrenia.
Jonny is going to be joined by his father, Michael Benjamin, and Jami ambassador, Joey Kolirin. Michael will share is experiences of caring for Jonny and his work in mental health within the Jewish community. Joey is going to explore what it was like growing up with mental health challenges and how he looks after his wellbeing today.
Come and join us at 8.00 pm at the Synagogue for an inspirational evening. Refreshments provided.Continue reading →
Thursday February 02
Mosaic will be starting a ‘Warm Space’ each Thursday from Thursday 2nd February, 10.00 am. It will be a chance to hang out in the building, have a chat, read a paper, and have a cup of tea or coffee, socialise and keep warm this winter. We look forward to welcoming you.Continue reading →
Sunday February 05
Neil Goodman will present another entertaining on-line quiz for the Mosaic Jewish Community & friends. No winners, no prizes, just a lot of fun. Refreshments: whatever is left over from lunch!
Picture round details – click this link: Name the cities of the Arches shown
Join Zoom Meeting at 4.00 pm on Sunday 5th February January
Meeting ID: 836 6939 7471
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Friday February 10
Due to the success of Shabbat B’bayit, we will hold it in our house, beiteinu, for the upcoming months. The next one is on Friday 10th February and then every 2nd Friday of the month. Join us for one of the Service options at 6.30 pm which is followed by a Potluck dinner at 7.30 pm. People are welcome to come for all or some of the evening and don’t be afraid to come if you can only make it for the food!
Pease bring a vegetarian or fish meal for a pot luck dinner and if you require Rabbinically supervised food (KLBD), please let us know. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you will be joining so that we can co-ordinate food and numbers.Continue reading →
Saturday February 18
Come and join our “joyous approach to Shabbat” at Shabbat Shira. This service, for all the family, starts at 11.00 am.Continue reading →
Wednesday February 22
Join us at 12.30 for a light lunch before a presentation about Jack Nissenthall by his daughter, Linda.
Author and Artist, Linda Nissen Samuels, divides her time between writing and painting. Her first book for adults, published by Chiselbury in 2022, is a biography of a war hero, her father, Jack Nissenthall.
The Man Under the Radar is a fascinating account of one man’s life using his own writings and those of his daughter. The publishing of the book has been followed by an exhibition at the Battle of Britain Bunker Visitor Centre in Uxbridge featuring Jack Nissenthall and commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Dieppe Raid.
It tells the story of Jack Nissenthall, a Radar expert who volunteered for a potential suicide mission to discover the secrets of German radar as a key part of the Dieppe Raid, in August 1942. The book is available from Chiselbury, Waterstones and Amazon.
‘’Nissenthall knew so much about Allied radar technology that he was accompanied by 10 bodyguards – if capture appeared likely, the Canadian soldiers orders were to kill him.’’
Please let us know if you are joining us for catering purposes and if you require a supervised option, please alert us in advance.
There will be a £5 charge, via our website or through the Mosaic office, up to Thursday 17th February. From 18th February and on the door, the charge will be £7.Continue reading →
Sunday March 19
Mosaic Culture Hub is delighted to welcome Jeremy Sassoon who will take us on a Jewish musical journey through the last 90 years.
7:30pm (Doors open at 7:15).
Jeremy Sassoon and his superb band will take you on a journey through the golden era of Gershwin and the Great American Songbook to the 21st century, honouring artists such as Carole King, Paul Simon, Billy Joel, Randy Newman and Amy Winehouse.
Formerly a doctor and hospital psychiatrist, Jeremy changed career to become one of the UK’s most in-demand singer pianists. His Musicians of Jewish Origin has headlined at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and he is a regular guest artist at Pizza Express Jazz Club in Soho and Crazy Coqs in Picadilly.
Book now! 180 tickets already sold – maximum available 250.
Tickets: Members £18*, Non-members £22*, including light refreshments.
* Please book early: a late-booking supplement of £5 extra per ticket applies after 13th March.Continue reading →
Sunday March 26
Join our guided walk to discover Oxford’s Jewish heritage with an opportunity to visit the Ashmolean Museum and see the Jewish objects in their collection. Tea will be hosted by the Oxford Jewish Community. Cost £25 per person which includes return coach transportation from a local pick-up point at 10.00 am sharp. Returning late afternoon. Bring a picnic lunch and drink. We currently have 12 spaces, so please let the office know if you would like to attend. Please don’t send any money now, you will be notified when it is required. Any further questions please email the office and we will respond back with the answers.Continue reading →
As well as the events listed above you can also see what’s on in our calendar, and see the pages for our regular weekly and monthly events including: