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Wimbledon Synagogue publishes Community Cookbook

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Wednesday, 01 April 2015

With contributions from over 100 members of the Wimbledon Synagogue community and illustrated by over 200 beautiful photographs, 'The Wimbledon Synagogue Community Cookbook' demonstrates how food and cooking strengthen and sustain a community.

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Sowing seeds at Sinai

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Thursday, 26 March 2015

"That was fun!" "I want to do it at home, too!" "I can’t wait to see what’s happened by next week" were some of the comments made by children at Sinai Synagogue Leeds’ Religion school when member and expert gardener Roy Adams came in to demonstrate seed sowing and to do it with them. Roy, a keen gardener for many years, was delighted to be asked to share his knowledge.

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René Cassin at Sinai Synagogue

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Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Sam Grant, campaigns and programmes officer of the Jewish human rights organisation René Cassin, was guest speaker at Sinai Synagogue recently. Speaking about misconceptions about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, he explained its origins after World War II and its close relationship to Jewish values.

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Jewish Legacy Shabbat

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Friday, 13 March 2015

Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner, Senior Rabbi to the Movement for Reform Judaism and Adam Overlander-Kaye, Reform Judaism's Fundraising Director reflect on Jewish Legacy Shabbat and the impact of leaving a gift in your will to support the work of Reform Judaism in your community and beyond.

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