Thursday 18 October, 4pm to 5.30pm. Also 15 November, 29 November, 13 December
Torah – New Testament – Qur’an
University of Manchester Centre for Jewish Studies, in partnership with members of the Jewish, Christian and Muslim communities of Greater Manchester
invite you to join us in
A textual study-discussion forum to achieve mutual understanding over potentially contentious texts on particular topics.
FIRST MEETING: Thursday 18 OCTOBER 2018 from 4.00 – 5:30 pm
on EXCLUSIVISM & SUPERSESSIONISM
AT SAMUEL ALEXANDER BUILDING, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, ROOM A213A
Presenter Rabbi Ariel Abel, Princes Road Synagogue, Liverpool
Subsequent Scriptural Encounters: 15 November, 29 November, 13 December – all in Room A115
Thursdays 7.30pm – 9.00pm, Dates: 8, 15 November, 13, 20 December 2018 Rabbi Dr Rene Pfertzel: Reading troubling texts from Torah – 4-week course LIVE ONLINE,
Dr Laliv Clenman and Dr Ben Williams: Crossing Borders: Transcending Boundaries of Gender and Community in Ruth – 2-week course at Leo Baeck College
Sundays 10.00am – 2pm, 18 & 25 November 2018 Rabbi Dr Frank Dabba-Smith: Jews and Their Cameras – 4-week course at Leo Baeck College,
Thursdays 7.30pm – 9.00pm, Dates: 22 November -13 December 2018
For the full description and prices of each course please go to: LBC Lehrhaus 2018.
Sunday 18 November – 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm at Manchester Jewish Museum – The Great Jewish American Songbook: An Evening with Hope Mill Theatre
Tickets £10 (plus booking fee) How is it that Jews wrote the musical background to American lives from the First World War to the sixties? In a land of opportunity, they created a musical world of escapism and romance. For more information view link http://the-great-jewish-american-songbook/
Monday 19 November – Yeshurun Synagogue
Come Along – Sing a Song! All welcome – for more information contact the synagogue office http://www.yeshurun.org.uk/contact/
Wednesdays, 21 November to 19 December 7.45pm – 10.00pm Yeshmud is back! An exciting Winter Learning Experience – Yeshurun Synagogue
5 evenings over 5 weeks. A variety of fascinating, interesting and informative talks and Art classes
For full details and how to book view link festivaloflearning
Tuesday 27 November 8pm – 9.30pm
Event for UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
Jewish Women’s Aid, together with Heaton Park Shul, is pleased to announce this event to raise awareness of domestic violence and abuse in the Jewish community.
This event will consist of a panel of speakers from the Police, Jewish Women’s Aid, our local Women’s Aid partner, and Heaton Park Shul.
Jewish Women’s Aid is a national charity that works with women and children affected by domestic violence and abuse. The Jewish community is no different to any other, and we are here to raise awareness to empower women to help their friends, mothers, sisters and daughters.
Venue: Heaton Park Hebrew Congregation. For more information and to book your place, email email@example.com or call 0161 772 4878.
Sunday, 16 December at 3.30 pm Shacter Hall – Yeshurun Synagogue
The Julia Segar Book Club – Launch of The Child Who Spoke With Her Eyes by Sue Stern
The Julia Segar Book Club Launch of The Child Who Spoke With Her Eyes by Sue Stern In July 1967, Sue and Sid Stern learn that their beautiful baby has cerebral palsy and will be ‘profoundly mentally and physically handicapped.’ They are stunned, heartbroken. Determined to help her grow and develop like any child, Sue works intensively to teach their tiny daughter while Sid builds necessary equipment and provides constant emotional support. Yet Vanessa’s arrival gives Sue the meaning and purpose she’s long been seeking. Her very existence sparks in Sue a newfound desire to explore her Jewish roots – which offer her remarkable insights into their lives together.
RSVP to: 07803 927923 – Admission free, refreshments available
1-3 November 2019 Northern Chagigah – The Hawkhills, Easingwold
For more information email or 020 8349 58716 register your interest at https://www.reformjudaism.org.uk/events/northern-chagigah/