Upcoming meetings/activities

Mitzvah Day – Sunday 18 November 2018, 10:30 am

On Mitzvah Day our community is hosting an inter-generational coffee morning honouring our senior members with entertainment performed by Religion School pupils.

We need your help to make this event possible:

  • Can you provide a lift for a senior member of our community who may wish to attend the celebration?
  • Would you like to come and be part of the inter-generational conversation?

Please contact sue.hesse@shaarei-tsedek.org.uk if you would like to get involved.

Sunday 25 November 2018, 7:30 pm

We will be meeting at the home of one of our members in Potters Bar. Please bring along a piece of music to share (3 – 4 minutes maximum) and discuss. CD preferred but music can be shared on i-Pod or other device also. Please venue details please contact the Synagogue Office on 020 8445 3400 or email sue.hesse@shaarei-tsedek.org.uk 

Sunday 6 January 2019, time and venue TBC

Hat Debate

 

About

Over the past few months Rabbi Ambalu and a small group of members have been working to develop an Adult Education/Engagement Plan with the aim of bringing people, at every level of involvement in Sha’arei Tsedek, into a closer relationship with the community.

The plan is focussed around three areas:

  • Belonging (chaverut),
  • Meaning (mashma’ut), and
  • Developing leadership skills (shutafut)

To kick start the Plan the Sha’arei Tsedek Community Hub has been set up to focus on ‘belonging’ (chaverut).

The aim of the Community Hub is to create a space for you to

  • socialise and get to know others in the community
  • share your skills and expertise to benefit others in the community

This small group is now looking for individuals to join with them to develop the wider aims and activities of the group.

Project:

Over the coming months we will be creating fabric triangles for the Stitching Institute for Collective Memory who are creating a collection of fabric hangings to keep the Holocaust alive.

Contact:

Sue Hesse

T: 020 8445 3400 or E: sue.hesse@shaarei-tsedek.org.uk