Our mantra during the current crisis has quickly become, "Our building may be closed, but our community is very much OPEN!".
ELELS is following the latest advice from the Government to help prevent the spread of infections. This does mean that we have suspended all traditional face-to-face services and events. However, we remain open and active, serving and supporting our members and families.
All of our activities that up until recently we were offering in person, have now moved online.
We are offering the following online activities, which you can read about by clicking the links below.
Most important, however, is our care network that has been reaching out throughout our community to ensure that everybody has support if they need it. Read more about our support effort on our Community Care page.
You can read an article about our online activities and how our community is responding to current challenge in a recent article in the Jewish Chronicle (24/4/20) written by our Rabbi, Richard Jacobi. Click here to read.
We have also set up our new ELELS Community Facebook page. This is a private group for our members, separate from our public community page, and is a forum where we can all share news, items of interest, links for our service and activities and is another way in which our community is connecting to and supporting each other.
For more information on this, or anything else about our community, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.