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  • Belmont: First Night Communal Seder

    Event Participants in Belmont’s first night communal seder relived the story of Pesach with a colourful educational programme that used costumes, puppets and props to bring The Ten Plagues and
  • Sheffield community welcomes Chief Rabbi to their Shul

    The Sheffield Jewish community turned out in force for a memorable visit by Chief Rabbi Mirvis. The Chief Rabbi first delivered an address to the community in the Synagogue, following
  • Chief Rabbi and Valerie join Her Majesty The Queen at Windsor Castle

    The Chief Rabbi and Valerie Mirvis were honoured to have been invited to Windsor Castle as guests of Her Majesty The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. They joined The
  • South Manchester: Pre-Pesach Matzah Making

    Event There was great excitement in the build-up to the Matzah-baking session organised by South Manchester Hebrew Congregation for a group of men and boys. After attending a Shiur to
  • Solihull: Pre-Pesach Trip to London

    Event Members of Solihull were treated to a full Pre-Pesach experience with a coach trip to London that allowed participants to pick up their Pesach shopping from the well-stocked shops
  • Chief Rabbi delivers annual lecture for Yeshiva University’s Strauss Center

    The Chief Rabbi provided congregants of America’s oldest Jewish community with pointers for Rabbinic leadership in a special memorial lecture delivered last weekend.  Addressing an audience at the historic Shearith
  • Solihull: Purim Parcel Scheme

    Programme This was a two-part project designed both to enthuse adults and children on an educational level and to spread some Tikkun Olam by distributing Mishloach Manot. 25 community members
  • Shenley does Bollywood: Purim at SUJC

    Event It was a Purim party with an Indian twist at Shenley United Jewish Community as a Bollywood dance workshop brought people together to discover a new culture and work
  • Purim 2016: ‘Let us rejoice in defiance of terror’

    “This Purim, celebration might not feel totally appropriate. The world is now coming to terms with yet another devastating act of terrorism, the latest in a string of attacks by
  • Chief Rabbi reacts to terror attacks in Brussels

    This morning’s terrorist attacks were motivated by the most ‘inhuman brutality’, but will only succeed in strengthening our resolve against terror, the Chief Rabbi has said. He was responding to