Repairing The World – Tikkun Olam

Our ethos for involvement in the wider world

Mosaic is a diverse, pluralist Jewish Community that seeks to enhance and sustain Jewish life .

We aim to foster good relationships with the wider community, locally, nationally and internationally and with Jewish and non Jewish organisations and charities. We want to make our community aware of the those around us, be outward facing and engage with the wider world  – and not shy away from controversy. We are about diversity and choice. Within Mosaic we celebrate and respect the differences between different strands of Judaism without imposing behaviours on each other.

Mosaic is committed to raising awareness of the needs of others and raises funds for a wide range of causes, both Jewish and non Jewish, domestic and in Israel and the Middle East. Our social events are often charity led and directed to the charitable activities of the whole community and community awareness. We want to create an inclusive, egalitarian community, valuing difference to enable the growth of Judaism, inspiring individuals and communities with Jewish values and traditions and ethical and humanitarian values.

You can find out more about our activities and projects beyond Mosaic below, and in the links to the right of this page (also in the tab above).  Our recent activities also include:

  • Faith awareness training for Brent Police, working with Wembley Central Masjid (mosque) – read more
  • our work with Ecopeace Friends of the Earth Middle East as covered in the New Scientist

If you’d like to find out more contact us



If you have not already donated funds towards the Afghan Refugee crisis, and would like to know where to donate, can we suggest either JCORE (the Jewish Council for Racial Equality) or  World Jewish Relief,

Chanukah candle lighting with ambassadors of Israel, UAE and Bahrain

Uniquely this Chanukah sees Israel enjoying peace for the first time with two Gulf states.

To celebrate this historic event, the Board of Deputies is organising an online Chanukah candle lighting ceremony with the Israeli Ambassador, together with ...

Mosaic members in the news

Kurt, Michael and Johanna Marx feature on BBC sounds “Legacy of War”


In other news, Mosaic’s tablet initiative was also featured in last week’s Jewish Chronicle (albeit as ever with a number of ...

Helping people connect

We are aware that the current situation is difficult – especially for people who cannot use “tech” to connect with others using video calling, or for practical things like ...

Face Masks

Jeanette Leibling is making facemasks which are very easy to wash and comfortable to wear, and would like to help protect all members of Mosaic either by providing ready–made facemasks, or by helping you to make your own.  Please contact her and ...

Can you help?

We are aware that the current situation is difficult – especially for people who cannot use “tech” to connect with others using video calling.

The Mosaic tech team has responded to ...

Ealing Council adopts IHRA definition of anti-semitism

On 11th June Ealing became the last of the London’s 32 councils to finally adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism.
Quite why Ealing took so long is unclear: the Council is run by a predominantly ...

Jewish Music Institute Big Band – Stronger Together

The day after the tragic events in Pittsburgh, the JMI Big Band were rehearsing for their upcoming Chanukah season concert.

Motivated by the band members desire to provide a defiant response of love, anger, catharsis ...

Mosaic Liberal Synagogue welcomes other faith representatives for Rosh Hashanah service

Mosaic Liberal Synagogue welcomed visitors from Wembley central Masjid and Harlesden Methodist Church to services marking Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year.

In his sermon, Rabbi Frank spoke about how, as a result of our anxieties and ...

Refugee event with Sufra & Syrian Refugee Families

This event will take place on Sunday 27th May from 7.00 – 10.30 pm at Wembley Youth Centre, London Road, HA9 7EU.  If you’d like to attend, please tell Rabbi Frank who will arrange for your name ...

Award presented to Mosaic Liberal

We are growing our relationship with Sufra-NW London, a community food bank and kitchen, based in Stonebridge Park in the London Borough of Brent, which aims to support disadvantaged families suffering food poverty.   Some of Sufra’s guests are asylum ...

Faith training for Brent police

Pictured are Rabbi Frank, Imam Abdul Sattar and Sohail Ahmed with officers from Brent Police at the most recent Police faith awareness training session organised jointly by Mosaic and Wembley Central Mosque.

EcoPeace May Newsletter

The Environmental Peacebuilding May Newsletter has been published. You can view the Newsletter here

EcoPeace-Middle East

Mosaic members joined with other faiths to prepare for Pesach, Easter and Ramadan, hearing from faith leaders of the three faiths (Aisha Khan, Frank Dabba Smith and Leão Neto), the Jordanian and Israeli ...

Solidarity with faith Communities and the Metropolitan Police

One day after the tragic and violent incident in Westminster, faith leaders and the Borough of Brent Police Commander met at the Wembley Central Mosque to express solidarity and mutual support.  Their reassuring message of ...

World Jewish Relief East Africa Appeal

Across East Africa, 16 million people need immediate food assistance. Hundreds of people have already died of starvation.

Drought and poor rains have decimated harvests leaving millions of children malnourished and in need of ...

Lest we forget

A message from Ahmed and Mosaic Liberal’s retired Rabbi Harry Jacobi

Focus on the plight of Jungle refugees on Mitzvah Day

karen1Mosaic  Reform member Karen Pollak spoke about the plight of refugees at the Jungle in Calais after volunteering, with her daughter Mia,before it officially closed.

They were based at the Refugee Community kitchen ...

Mitzvah Day 2016 – Sufra

q1002122In the run up to Mitzvah day and as part of interfaith week, Mosaic members joined with local muslims, and Hindus from Neasden temple to prepare over a hundred meals at the Sufra food ...

We welcome Jordan mayor on first visit to UK

p1007233Mosaic Liberal Synagogue and the Wembley Central Mosque jointly welcomed the Mayor of Deir Alla in Jordan, Khalifeh Ad-Dayyat, on his first visit to the UK.

The shared activities included discussions held at the Shabbat morning service held on 17th September and at the Wembley ...