Skip to Main Menu Skip to Content

Rabbis honoured at NAZ Project London's Volunteer Awards

PrintE-mail

Friday, 12 December 2014

Luciana Berger, MP and representatives from JAT (formally known as the Jewish AIDS Trust) attended NAZ Project London's Volunteer Awards at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel. It was the first time any Jews have been honoured at this annual multicultural event which celebrates difference and challenges stigma and stereotypes.

Read more: Rabbis honoured at NAZ Project London's Volunteer Awards

   

Thanet community explores scroll history

PrintE-mail

Friday, 12 December 2014

In 1986, a year after the Thanet & District Reform Community was formed, the synagogue became custodians of one of the scrolls of the Klatovy community, a small town in Bohemia. The synagogue was able to take advantage of a paid internship scheme, run by Canterbury Christ Church University, to explore the history of this scroll. The research covered 200 hours of work by a student and mentored by an academic at the institution.

Read more: Thanet community explores scroll history

   

Food bank collection from Sinai Synagogue’s Religion School

PrintE-mail

Friday, 12 December 2014

Sinai Synagogue Leeds’ Religion School pupils have decided on a special shmita project (you can find out more about shmita, the sabbatical year of rest and release here) and  they are co-ordinating Sinai’s collection for the North Leeds Food Bank.

Read more: Food bank collection from Sinai Synagogue’s Religion School

   

Three weddings in one day make history at West London Synagogue

PrintE-mail

Friday, 12 December 2014

On Wednesday 10 December 2014, West London Synagogue's own Rabbi David Mitchell and his partner, Ian Kirsh, kicked off a day of celebration as the first of three same-sex Jewish couples to celebrate fully-fledged legal marriages.

Read more: Three weddings in one day make history at West London Synagogue

   

Page 6 of 235

Accessibility
Keep in touch

keep up to date

support us