Over £1.5 million donated to community charity Kisharon

In a remarkable demonstration of support over 5,000 donors ensured Kisharon can continue to thrive raising over £1.65 million so the charity can continue...

Jewish families face an extreme crisis in London

There is a huge crisis facing Jewish families in the UK, with over 250 families needing access to essential services including advocacy with the...

Parshat Bechukotai: what drives history?

Our sedra contains the tochacha, a whole litany of curses that will befall the Jewish People should they turn away from a life of...

The new Paperweight office

The opening of our secondary premises on Sunday was a very exciting moment not just for everyone involved in Paperweight, but for our community....

Helping your teen overcome exam anxiety

“I’m so worried about my exams - I can’t concentrate on my revision” “I revise so well but when it comes to the exam my...

The new era of Jewish Germany

A new Synagogue in Germany will be inaugurated this Sunday, May 22 in Eisenberg (Thuringia). I’m working with a hospital in East Germany that...

Belmont U.S. appoints new Rabbinic couple over Shabbat UK

Belmont United Synagogue is delighted to announce the appointment of Rabbi Sam and Rebbetzen Leat Millunchick as the community’s new rabbinic couple. The Millunchicks spent...

Jewish Care celebrates Memory Way Café 10 year anniversary

Staff and volunteers were delighted to celebrate 10 years since the inception of it’s successful Memory Way Café, in the lead up to Dementia...

Starmer, Cummings and the Queen

In 1942 Albert Einstein was teaching at Oxford University. One day as he was walking with his assistant in the forecourt after having just...

Parshat Behar: is the Torah speaking economics?

What is the Torah’s take on economics? The laws of Shemittah and Yovel perhaps tell us. Every seven years was to be a “Shabbat of...

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