Bring your voices, bring your bodies, bring your instruments (real or imaginary) to this interactive concert with Eliana Light! We'll sing, move, dance, and learn catchy, content-rich tunes exploring holidays, language, ritual objects, and more. Perfect for all kiddos and their grownups.
Join three British Jewish diplomats serving Her Majesty from the hallowed halls of the UN, the chaos and colour of Lutyens’ Delhi, and the intrigue of the People’s Republic of China. From promiscuous princes to treif receptions, far-flung Jewish communities, and guilt from their mothers for being far away, this is kosher diplomacy. Chatham House Rule applies!
The Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7) does not, contrary to some Christian readers, replace Judaism with Christianity. It is, rather, Jewish teaching given by the Jew Jesus to his Jewish disciples. Subjects include Matthew's portrayal of Jesus as a new Moses, beatitudes, Torah interpretation, the "Our Father," and Christian misinterpretations.
The digital age provides endless quantities of information, freely available with an internet connection. But how much information is too much? What guides us as we navigate oceans of content, and how do we successfully use information to build understanding? Discover what the Talmud has to say about these questions in this interactive class.
Join a panel of professionals and experts-by-experience to discuss the impact of coronavirus and lockdowns on refugees and asylum seekers across Europe. What are the main limitations refugees face? What is the effect of isolating on mental health and integration? And what can British Jews do to help?
The session will include a mature conceptual reading of letters from a text by Rabbi Moshe Cordevero, followed by a hands-on learning of the traditional shape of a letter, concluding with a fascinating explication particular to the letter.IMG_5440.jpg IMG_5443.jpg
Drawing on his tenure at the State Department, Rabbi Saperstein will address the resurgence of antisemitism and growth of Islamophobia, the genocidal impact non-state actors on religious minorities, the dangers of anti-blasphemy and defamation of religion laws, and the growth of grassroots interfaith responses to enhancing religious freedom.