5pm – 9pm
The start of a new old tradition at South Hampstead…to the sound of bagpipes!
Join us for a traditional Burns night supper, singing (song sheets provided), whisky and music.
Kilts welcome!Read more
Join us for a lunch with Eleanor Levy, a history graduate with a wonderful story to tell about the Hanukah lights through different cultures and ages.
Suggested donation £10.
Planning permission for the Camden Eruv was granted by Camden Council on 20th September. We are in the process of completing the legal agreement with Camden before construction can begin. Read more…
by Rebbetzin Lauren Levin
Parshat Vayetze begins by setting the scene of the fugitive Yaakov travelling to his uncle Laban’s house. Yet the very first line seems to be going over old ground: “Jacob left Be’er Sheba and went to Haran”. Last week we already saw Jacob leave, why are we told this again? In the previous example we were being told that Jacob left physically. Here we are being told of the mammoth transition he is embarking on. Jacob is leaving everything he knows – his family, his land and faces a new, daunting future. Read more…
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