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
A social and educational event for children and adults. There will be tasty doughnuts and hot chocolate for all.
MunShkins for toddlers: Chat, play and enjoy a Chanukah themed music session
Primary school age: Fun activities include a king size Scalextric race track and more!Read more
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 Vayishlach opens replete with tension and anxiety. Jacob is returning with his family to Canaan and preparing to meet his brother Esau once again. Knowing that Esau is approaching, Jacob crosses his family over the Jabok river, preparing for the encounter the next day. In the black of the night Jacob leaves the rest of the group and goes back to the other side of the river. It is unclear why he leaves them and is suddenly all alone in the night. There are those commentators (like the Rashbam) who contend that this was a planned strategy. Read more…
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