Kedem: Pesach Term 10th January - 28th March
Learn more about Judaism with Rabbis Hulbert & Jacobi every Wednesday evening (except for 28th February as it is Erev Purim) full details can be found on this flyer.
There is no need to book in advance and all are welcome to join these friendly sessions. A small charge is made to cover the costs of refreshments.
Our new Rosh Chodesh (ראש חודש Start of the Month) group meets on the Monday nearest to the New Moon. All meetings are at Marlborough Road, starting at 7:30 pm and finishing at 9:30 pm.
Forthcoming dates are:
- Monday 22nd January
- Monday 19th February
- Monday 19th March
- Monday 16th April
- Monday 14th May
- Monday 18th June
Jewish Care: Health Insight Evenings
Jewish Care are holding two Health Insight Evenings:
23rd January on Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorder - Symptoms, Mechanisms & Treatments
Full information about these free events and how to book can be found here.
Jewish Music Institute: Music Fair
Sunday 18th February: Alyth Gardens London NW11
Jewish music of all kinds and genres, from the very best musicians, academics, practitioners and leaders. From lectures to workshops, Q&A’s to concerts the JMI’s Jewish Music Fair will bring you a wealth of talent from the world of Jewish Music. You can find more details and book tickets on the JMI website
Redbridge Jewish Community Centre
Annual Yom Ha’Atzmaut Quiz
Sunday 25th February 2018
Doors open 7:00 pm
Quiz starts at 7:30 pm
Please contact the office is you are interested in taking part as a member of the ELELS team
Designs on Britain: Jewish Museum London
Temporary Exhibition Until 15th April 2018
Discover how much of the most iconic British design was produced by immigrants to this country, including pioneering Jewish émigré designers from continental Europe.
Further details on the Jewish Museum website
Liberal Judaism Biennial Conference 2018
Friday 29th June - Sunday 1st July: St Johns Hotel Solihull:
The theme for the 2018 Biennial Conference is "Liberal Judaism: The Formula for Progressive Judaism" with a keynote address from Rabbi Danny Freelander, President of World Union of Progressive Judaism. Further details and how to book your place are on the LJ Website.