Keep up to date with the latest events from Mosaic. At this time we are a “virtual” community on Zoom and please contact us if you need any help connecting with us on Zoom.
Thursday January 27
People of every faith or no faith are invited to Harrow’s Holocaust Memorial Day Event at 7 pm to hear first-hand accounts of the Holocaust, from members of the Uyghur community and much more. With musical performances and special guest speakers including Lord Daniel Finkelstein, join us for an evening of remembrance.
This event will now be streamed live from The Elliott Hall directly to your home for FREE. See below for the link to sign up.
This event is supported by Mosaic Reform (organised by Rabbi Kathleen, Bobbi Riesel, Jack Lynes. Steve Levinson will also be involvedl) in collaboration with Harrow Interfaith and Harrow Council.
As mentioned, please see the event link with the new registration form here: https://harrowarts.com/whats-on/event/holocaust-memorial-day-one-day
We strongly encourage people to fill in the form then we will have a much better idea of how many people we can expect to stream on the night.Continue reading →
Sunday March 06
Tuesday March 15
Join us at 2.30pm when Michael Reik will Introduce Joseph Gitler, Founder and Chairman of Leket , who will explain the effects of the Covid Pandemic on Israel Society, and the work Leket is currently doing to address the growing need for food support.
Meeting ID: 896 9989 4353Continue reading →
Wednesday March 23
Visit to the Wiener Library, University of London, Russell Square
We have recently loaned two of the eight framed scroll covers that were hanging on the Bimah at Bessborough Road, to the Wiener Holocaust Library, to remember the Czech Communities from before the second world war. Our Rabbi Simon Franses was very keen on the collection of Scroll Covers, particularly because of his own family’s personal involvement with the destruction of the Jewish Community by the Nazis in Greece. The Wiener library has created a Digital Plaque and Digital Wall on which we shall remember Simon also with his involvement with Middlesex New Synagogue.
On Wednesday March 23rd at 6.00 pm we shall be visiting the Wiener Holocaust Library to remember Simon, and at the same time explore the library on a prearranged tour. The Wiener library is one of the World’s leading and most extensive archives on the Holocaust, The Nazi Era and genocide. The library’s unique collection of over one million items includes published and unpublished works, press cuttings, photographs, and eyewitness testimony.
For Mosaic members who wish to remember Simon please contact Michael Reik via the office to book your place. We are limited to a maximum of 20 people for this visitContinue 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: