Every Wednesday in August 11.00am – 1.00pm – ‘Two-Gun Cohen’s Summer Adventure Camp’. Free action-packed activities for children age 7-14 and their families.
Venue: Manchester Jewish Museum, 190 Cheetham Hill Road, M8 8LW
To book go mjm.org.uk/two-gun or call 0161 834 9879
Admission free for children. Normal museum charges apply for accompanying adults. Children must be accompanied at all times.
Sunday 3 September 2.00pm The Jewish Genealogical Society present a talk by Dr Peter Modern: ‘My Family Ornstein Modern – Hidden Histories from Turbulent Times’.
Venue: Meade Hill Road Synagogue, Manchester M8 4LP
Entrance: Free to JFGB members, £3 to non-members
Monday 4 September 7.45pm Manchester Jewish Women’s Aid are proud to present Black Eyes and Cottage Pie – A multi-media production raising awareness of domestic abuse within teenage relationships. The play is performed by the MaD Theatre Company as part of JWA’s Safer Dating Programme, and will be followed by a Q&A session.
Venue: Shaare Hayim Synagogue, 24 Wicker Lane, Hale Barns, Altrincham, WA15 0QH
Tickets £10 inc refreshments. Contact Gillian Rowe 07940 268857. Over 18s only.
Friday 3 – Sunday 5 November 2017 – Northern Chagigah. Northern Chagigah is where all of our northern communities meet together for a weekend of relaxation, learning, praying and fun. This year we are in a new location, Easingwold just 19 miles north of York. Everyone comes for different reasons – to be spiritually recharged, to enjoy a Shabbat away from everyday routine, to be delighted that the children are being looked after and Jewishly engaged by RSY-Netzer or the creche (if they’re under 5), for the learning experiences or just for a lovely weekend where your meals are cooked for you and you can completely relax, unwind and switch off. (We have even heard rumours that some people come just for the evenings in the bar with new friends and lazy mornings in bed!). To see the programme and to register online go to www.reformjudaism.org.uk/events/northernchagigah/ if you have any questions call Sarita on 07415 274 362 or contact
Northern Learning House is an informal network of Reform individuals in communities in the north and beyond who want to commit to learning and supporting their communities. Run by Sherry Ashworth and Sarita Robinson, the NLH is funded by Reform Judaism’s Community Development Fund. Places are heavily subsidised to a registration fee of £60 per year which covers not only as many courses as you have time to take, but also a residential Shabbat where you can meet fellow students, as a considerable part of our teaching is online, in order to extend our reach as far as possible.
Planned as a 2- year programme, NLH can be completed in one year if you wish and is designed to respond to the needs of our communities; none of the courses is obligatory – if you wish to pick and mix modules from each year, or just choose one, you are more than welcome to register and indicate which course(s) you would like to do. Courses include Intro to Service Leading, Writing Divrei Torah, Leading Shivah & pastoral Care and Leyning for beginners and intermediate. For further information email Sherry Ashworth or for more details and to register www.reformjudaism.org.uk/events/nlh/
Sunday 17 September 7.00pm – The Muslim Jewish Forum of Greater Manchester invite you to an Asian Meal
Venue: Al Maidah Banquet Hall and Restaurant, Sagar Street, Off Bury New Road, Manchester, M8 8EU. Link to restaurant website.
Cost: £15 per person including service, but not including drinks which are extra and should be paid for individually. Pay on the night. (The restaurant website’s buffet price is £13.95 per person, but that does not include service.)
Booking: To allow us and the restaurant to manage the numbers, please book by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 September