|Sunday 23 April
9.30am Shacharit Service
7.00pm Yom HaShoah Service
Monday 24 April
8.00pm Marvellous Matriarchs: All Things Jewish
Tuesday 25 April
10.00am Intermediate Hebrew
11.00am Yiddish conversation
Wednesday 26 April
8.00pm Israeli Dancing
Thursday 27 April
Weekly Shabbat Message
It gives us a chance to pause and breathe and perhaps just stop running on the treadmill of life even if only for a very short while each week.
We know that it isn’t easy to stop doing all that things that can’t be fitted into the rest of the week like getting the kids to ballet or music lesson or tutor or swimming or football or just spending time doing things together as a family. But we hope that we can help provide that pause for you and your family sometimes in a meaningful way in our new family services that we are offering on a weekly basis starting on Saturday May 6th.
New Reception Office
From Monday 13 February our new reception has been in operation. All visitors, even if you have been a member for many years and know the building and the people very well, should go first to Reception, sign in and advise who you have come to see or be looked after by our experienced staff in the Reception Office. They will attend to payments for membership and events, arranging parking for disabled, booking rooms for meetings and any other queries that you have. It is a more convenient place to wait if the person you have come to see is not quite yet available.
Woolstone Gallery Art Exhibition
The Current Woolstone Gallery Art Exhibition is showing works from Julia Holt
Julia Holt lives and works in Hertfordshire and completed her Fine Art Degree with First Class Honours at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield.
Parkinson’s sufferer calls on MPs to speak up for speech therapy
EDRS member Elan Shoffman has launched a campaign calling for MPs to write to their local NHS bodies to clarify what speech and language therapy is offered as part of Parkinson’s care in their constituencies.
BUDAPEST Weekend 4 days and 3 nights from Friday 5th May 2017
Following our very successful trips to Krakow and Berlin we are joining up with Hendon Reform for a trip to Budapest. Budapest is considered the most sophisticated of Central European capitals and is often referred to as the "Paris of the East". Its wide boulevards and impressive architecture convey a sense of affluence from years gone by. It is home to some 90,000 Jews, once the second biggest community in Europe.
Social Action Updates
- MENTORS NEEDED
- HOMELESS ACTION BARNET
- INTERNSHIPS NEEDED
- WORLD JEWISH RELIEF
Schmoozing with the Rabbis – A light hearted topical discussion, in an informal setting. Mondays from 10.30am until 12.15pm. The next one is on 15 May
Bridge – Our popular and friendly Wednesday afternoon sessions are held every week from 12.45pm until 4pm. Join us for an enjoyable and sociable afternoon, and still only £3 including tea. There will be a break for Pesach and we will re-start again on 26 April.
Zumba Gold – Dance and aerobics, to music with fast and slow rhythms ! Come along every Thursday, from 10.15am to 11.15am for only £5. Re-starting again after Pesach on 27 April