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December 2019

Chanukah Tea Party

22nd December 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
£5 – £12

3.00pm: Games session - please feel free to bring your favourite game. There will be prizes! 4.00pm: Lighting of the first Chanukah candle 4.30pm: Fabulous Chanukah Tea, featuring fresh latkes, doughnuts, smoked salmon, and much more!

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January 2020

Special Shabbat Event: What would Louis do? On the role of women at New London

January 18

With guests Rabbi Jackie Tabick, Britain’s first ordained female Rabbi (Rabbi Jacobs signed her 1975 ordination papers) and Simon Eder of the Friends of Louis Jacobs. Rabbis Jackie and Jeremy will give a joint-sermon and there will be an opportunity for further learning after Kiddush. Booking not required.

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Hebrew Alef (Hebrew for Beginners)

January 19
Free – £10

Sundays 19 and 26 January, 2 and 9 February 2020, 10.00am-12.30pm. If you want to know your alef from your bet, come and learn at Chazan Stephen Cotsen’s Hebrew reading crash course. Free to NLS members, £10 non members  

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Remembrance and Resistance ~ Communal Friday Night Dinner

January 31

BOOKING HAS NOW CLOSED Please join us for a special Friday Night service and dinner in honour of Holocaust Memorial Day. We will be joined by our beloved member Hannah Lewis MBE, who survived Nazi Occupied Poland as a child and who now works with the Holocaust Education Trust in order to teach young people about her experiences. Hannah and Rabbi Jeremy will hold a public conversation about Hannah’s life, learning and teaching. Dinner will follow Kabbalat Shabbat service at…

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February 2020


February 1 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
£5 – £10

Join Stephanie Souroujon former curator at the Goldsmiths’ Company with Rabbi Jeremy. We will schmooze, nosh, make Havdalah and then have the opportunity to learn about Anglo Silver Judaica; its makers and their art, with a special focus on New London’s fabulous collection. This event is not taking place at NLS.  Confirmation of venue address will be supplied upon booking.

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March 2020

Bnei Mitzvah Lunch at Rabbi Jeremy & Josephine’s house

March 7
£5 – £10

Please book here to join us. £10 adults, £5 children

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Purim ~ A Mad Hatter’s Tea Party!!!!

March 9
Free – £30

Please join us for an evening of noise, storytelling, and festive fun! Families are welcome to join us for our youth festivities run by NOAM from 5.30pm. From 6.30pm, Lester Kershenbaum will honour us with his famous megillah reading and the community is invited to a Purim banquet afterwards. Start preparing your costumes!   On Tuesday 10 March, Shacharit will start at 7.30am and will be followed by the reading of the megillah and Purim breakfast.

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April 2020

Communal Seders at New London Synagogue and Sale of Chametz

April 8 - April 9

Due to the current situation with Covid-19, we have unfortunately cancelled both our communal Sedarim. We wish you a good Yom Tov.   Sale of Chametz Rabbi Jeremy Gordon will be able to make arrangements to sell any chametz over Pesach. If you would like the rabbi to sell your chametz, please email Rabbi Jeremy at rabbi@newlondon.org.uk using the following form of words: “I authorise Rabbi Jeremy Gordon, or any agent appointment by him, to sell all chametz in my…

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June 2020

Remote Services and Learning

June 30

We are currently working remotely, and offering gathering, learning, and prayer services online. Details are available via the weekly email to members and friends of the synagogue. If you would like to join us from outside the community, please email rabbi.natasha@newlondon.org.uk. Our weekly offerings are below.   Weekday Prayer  Weekday Shacharit (8.30am weekdays, 9am Sundays) via Zoom Sunday Cheder Shacharit via Zoom and the Cheder Facebook   Shabbat  Pre-Shabbat Children's Services via Zoom Friday Evening Services via Zoom, livestreamed onto…

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July 2020

Circus Jews Under National Socialism

July 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
£8 – £10

The true stories of Jewish circus artists between the world wars are told with sensitivity and humour by Stav Meishar, a circus artist and academic. This lecture is based on over seven years of extensive research and combines photos from personal albums, recorded testimonies, and personal stories. Additionally, Stav will share excerpts from her show 'The Escape Act', a show based on one of the stories she has uncovered - that of a Jewish acrobat who survived the Holocaust hiding…

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