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Bake a difference at Kol Chai

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Friday, 06 June 2014

Challah for Hunger, the charity that brings people together to 'bake a difference' through the baking and selling of challah is coming to Kol Chai on Thursday 10th July at 7pm.

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FRS Kicks Off the Summer with FinchleyFest

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Friday, 06 June 2014

Last month Finchley Reform Synagogue launched the first ever 'FinchleyFest', with 220 members of all ages celebrating a communal Shabbat in the glorious sunshine of Epping Forest.

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Menorah's Festival of the Book

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Friday, 06 June 2014

Menorah Synagogue recently played host to the greatest Manchester Jewish book festival in scope and length since 1938. The Festival of the Book @ Menorah saw over a thousand visits to the shul during nine days of literary events organised by Vicki Garson, Melissa Dorfman and a small team of shul members. Gita Conn reflects on a hugely successful undertaking for the community.

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Kehillat Kernow's historic return

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Friday, 30 May 2014

A Torah scroll which had lain unloved and unread for over 100 years has now been refurbished and returned to a Jewish community: Kehillat Kernow, the Jewish Community of Cornwall. The Torah scroll has been kept in the Royal Cornwall Museum (RCM) since Falmouth synagogue closed. It has been restored and is thought to be the first kosher scroll in the country to be given back by a museum.

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