Pesach packs to refresh your Seder

One of the challenges that many people have with Seder night is ‘same old, same old.’ This is the opposite of what a Seder...

Pesach and Ukraine

Paul Anticoni from World Jewish Relief I am writing this on an especially sobering day, as disturbing reports are emerging from Irpin and Bucha, near...

No one stands alone: Hasmonean students in Ukraine

Last Monday, my sister and I awoke in a car, in Lviv, Ukraine - a city under martial law, under Russian threat, and under curfew....

Shining stars at Langdon

In order to recognise and celebrate the outstanding contribution of all staff, Tuesday evening saw the first ever Langdon Stars event. Following over 160...

Celebrating leadership and youth engagement

Aish Manchester, together with Whitefield Shul, ran a hugely successful graffiti art evening for 30 teenagers as the culmination celebration of their Leadership and...

In rare decision, Rabbinical court allows a married man’s wife to go free

In a rare ruling, the Jerusalem Rabbinical Court issued a decision last week stating that a man who publicly stated that the Get he...

Ta’am’s ten plagues immersive Seder

Discussion about the ten plagues is one of the most important parts of the Seder and the story of the Exodus. And what better...

Israel on highest terror alert

Israel is on the highest state of alert from terrorism after three terror attacks in a week.  Eleven citizens have been killed including five in...

CEO of Barnet visits Kisharon Library

Kisharon were honoured to host Barnet Council dignitaries on a sunny Thursday at Childs Hill Library - a partnership library managed by learning disabled...

Fundraising by running marathons

Theo & Amy Silverback ran last week in the Jerusalem Marathon for Kisharon. Amy said, “running the marathon for Kisharon, keeping the amazing work they...

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