Honouring this year’s N’Shei Chayil Susie Holder and Juliette Tash.
Delicious three course Met Su Yan catered meal with entertainment from incredible acapella group AhMen
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Guest Speaker Rabbi Malcolm Herman
Rabbi Herman’s introduction to Seed in 2001 heralded a new era for the organisation. Malcolm, who holds a law degree from the LSE had previously spent five years as the Community Director of the Whitefield Synagogue in Manchester. After joining Seed as Director of Programmes, Rabbi Herman was the catalyst for the expansion of the organisation in London and Manchester. A much loved lecturer, known for his creativity and down-to-earth approach, Rabbi Herman now fills the role of Associate National Director.
Mincha @ 15:56 followed by Kabalat Shabbat & Ma’ariv Kiddush @ 17:10
The full timetable for Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur & Succot can be downloaded here
Starting at Oxford Castle and visiting the site of the medieval Jewish Quarter and the site of the Medieval Jewish Cemetery, the Readmission, the beginnings of the modern community, Einstein and the Refugee Scholars of the 1930s.
Date: Wednesday 16th October Time: 10:30am prompt, departing Oxford 4pm Place: Meet at shul Cost: £30 per person
As usual arba minim are available for sale at Yeshurun. sale times are listed below
Thursday 9:00 to 23:30 Friday 8:45 to 14:00 Motzei shabbat 20:30 to 24:00 Sunday 8:00 to 14:00
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Shacharit with explanatory Kinnot starts at 9:30 am and will last to around 12:30 pm. First Mincha is at 1:34 pm. Second Mincha followed by Maariv is at 7:30 pm. The Fast ends at 9:18 pm
This year on Tisha B’Av Yeshurun will be showing the gripping and true court room drama “ Denial “ about the libel case brought by the notorious Holocaust denier David Irvine against the Jewish writer Deborah Lipstadt in an attempt by him to try and prove that the Holocaust did not happen The film features tremendous performances from Tom Wilkinson, Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall The film will be shown at 5:15 pm on Sunday 11/8 in the Leff Hall and with a running time of 105 minutes we plan to finish before the start of the 2nd Mincha at 7:30 pm.
Highly recommended – Free entrance
Be a part of the ladies Pirkei Avot learning program. Sign up here. Siyum will be held @ 8pm on Shabbat 20th July at an Edgware venue. To attend email firstname.lastname@example.org, tickets £5 payable below.
Join us for a full Tikun Leil program on the first night of Shavuot
Break between all shiurim and refreshments available throughout the night!
11:55 – 12:45 YED Talks – an interesting and eclectic mix of 10-minute talks for the whole kehilla to enjoy Karen Dworkin: Schmoozing about snoozing:a ‘z’ to ‘z’ walk through sleep in Judaism & science Stephen Haffner: Are we all dying to die on Yom Kippur? Elissa Bayer: What more would we like to know about the women in tanach Yehudit Gordon: King David: our king of comfort Andrew Leigh: Topical theme 12:50 – 01:20 R. Aharon Herskovit What we learn from the Shavuot sacrifice 01:25 – 02:05 R. Chaim Gross Can’t we just go to sleep and enjoy our Yom Tov ? 02:15 – 03:05 R. Alan Lewis or Contemporary halachic issues R. Benji Landau Charoses: A sign of slavery or freedom 03:15 Shacharit
Join us for lunch on the first day of Shavuot, 9th June, honouring this year’s N’shei Chayil. Presentations to the N’shei Chayil during the meal
There will be a communal Suedah Shelsihit on Shabbat 1st June with Rabbi Paysach Khron as guest speaker. Paysach J. Krohn is a rabbi, mohel, author, and lecturer on topics related to ethics and spiritual growth. He is the author of the bestselling “Maggid” series of books for ArtScroll, inspired by the stories of Rabbi Sholom Schwadron, who was known as the “Maggid of Jerusalem”. He also authored a seminal work on bris mila, also published by ArtScroll.