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Connections Rio 2015: the World Union for Progressive Judaism's convention

 

 

 

 

 

Join our family from across the world to learn, explore, question, get involved and be inspired.
 
At Connections 2015, held in the 'Marvelous City' of Rio de Janeiro, we will celebrate the diversity of our Jewish world, showcasing the strength and growth of the Latin American Progressive Jewish community.
 
Connections 2015 in Rio will serve to strengthen the bonds between our communities, united forever by a common Jewish destiny.

Find out more about Connections 2015

 

Online learning for Chanukah
December 01, 2014
(The Movement for Reform Judaism) (Community Events)

This December, bring illumination and warmth to your Chanukah celebrations with educators from both the Reform and Liberal movements. We invite you to join us for two fantastic online learning opportunities:

1 December

Rabbis Sandra Kviat and Debbie Young-Somers will be taking families beyond presents and doughnuts, helping us understand the concepts of giving and deepen the experience of this festival of lights.

15 December

Rabbis Benji Stanley and Leah Jordan will explore some underlying themes of the festival, asking, via a lovely ancient story, what it means to see the darkness and bring light to the world.

Wherever you are and whatever your background, join us for a free online nteractive learning experience.

Each session starts at 20:00 and we encourage you to be online from 19:45.

Register for these webinars by emailing rabbidebbie@reformjudaism.org.uk

 


Kol Chai Chanukah Gift Fair
December 07, 2014
(The Movement for Reform Judaism) (Community Events)

Sunday 7th December in aid of Kol Chai and WJR
10:30 - 2:00pm

kitchen utensils and condiments, Chanukah gifts, puddings, cakes,  aloe vera products, handbags, jewellery, tombola, scarves, refreshments, etc.

Contact: Vivien Collins 020 8866 5390
Jackie Fagan 020 8966 9726

434 Uxbridge Road HA5 4RG

£1 donation on entrance - Children free


Council Meeting
December 07, 2014
(The Movement for Reform Judaism) (Community Events)

The Movement for Reform Judaism Council meeting


Alyth Choral Society presents Handel's Esther and Coronation Anthem
December 07, 2014
(The Movement for Reform Judaism) (Community Events)

Alyth Choral Society presents Handel's Esther and Coronation AnthemAlyth Choral Society presents Handel's Esther and Coronation Anthem

Sunday 7 December 19:30

Conductor: Robin Osterley with the Alyth Chamber Orchestra and soloists

At Alyth (North Western Reform Synagogue) Alyth Gardens London NMW11 7EN

Tickets: £15

alythchoralsociety@gmail.com

For further information visit the Alyth Choral Society website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


An evening with Jay Rayner and the Jay Rayner Quartet at Mosaic
December 07, 2014
(The Movement for Reform Judaism) (Community Events)

An evening with Jay Rayner and the Jay Rayner Quartet at MosaicAn evening with Jay Rayner and the Jay Rayner Quartet at Mosaic

Sunday 7 December

19:30

Advance tickets: £18.50

Call 020 8864 0133

'My Dining Hell'

In 'My Dining Hell', Jay examines our love affair with lousy restaurant reviews, rants about his most hated fads, lists his bottom five most excruciating nights out and - just to balance things - reads from the worst reviews his own work has ever received.

A hugely entertaining journey in the company of the man recently voted the best food and drink journalist in Britain as well as being a Masterchef judge.

The Jay Rayner Quartet

Following an interval with refreshments we are delighted to welcome pianist Jay back with his Quartet bringing Hungry Jazz to Harrow - an ensemble of top flight musicians performing tunes from the great American food and drink songbook.

Mosaic, 39 Bessborough Road, Harrow HA1 3BS


Online learning for Chanukah
December 15, 2014
(The Movement for Reform Judaism) (Community Events)

This December, bring illumination and warmth to your Chanukah celebrations with educators from both the Reform and Liberal movements. We invite you to join us for two fantastic online learning opportunities:

1 December

Rabbis Sandra Kviat and Debbie Young-Somers will be taking families beyond presents and doughnuts, helping us understand the concepts of giving and deepen the experience of this festival of lights.

15 December

Rabbis Benji Stanley and Leah Jordan will explore some underlying themes of the festival, asking, via a lovely ancient story, what it means to see the darkness and bring light to the world.

Wherever you are and whatever your background, join us for a free online nteractive learning experience.

Each session starts at 20:00 and we encourage you to be online from 19:45.

Register for these webinars by emailing rabbidebbie@reformjudaism.org.uk

 


Manchester Northern Communities Day
January 25, 2015
(The Movement for Reform Judaism) (Community Events)

Manchester Northern Communities DayChoose from music or study, dancing or debate, cookery or creative writing.

Presenters will include Rabbis Laura Janner-Klausner, Bobby Silverman, Debbie Young-Somers, Warren Elf and Esther Hugenholtz amongst others as well as a range of talented lay educators and experts including Clive Gilbert and Sherry Ashworth. There will be something to suit everyone.

Come and refresh your enthusiasm for all things Reform and catch up with your friends in the northern Reform communities
full day £10
half day £7
Children £5


Click here to book

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Trip to Ethiopia
March 14, 2015 - March 26, 2015
(The Movement for Reform Judaism) (Community Events)

Trip to Ethiopia 14th – 26th March 2015

Meet the last Jews in Ethiopia!

See how they live and learn at first hand of their long and tragic history. From the kingdom of the Queen of Sheba, to the Jews who left in Operation Solomon; the Beta Israel have been sovereigns and slaves; commanded vast areas and suffered exile because of their faith.

The city of Gondar is home to some of the poorest Jews on the planet, yet they will welcome you into their synagogue and homes.  You will see their many work projects, play with their children and help in the Meketa after school club.

But that is not all. We will also see some of the greatest historical sights of sub-Sahara Africa along with areas of rare natural beauty.

The trip is led by Rabbi Sybil Sheridan and an Ethiopian guide.

Cost: £1900
inclusive of all flights, hotels, transport, entry tickets and most meals.

Contact Rabbi Sybil on meketafunding@gmail.com for more details

Find out more about Meketa


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