Friday 21 February, 5pm
Please join us for a short erev-Shabbat service with singing, candle-lighting and challah. This service is aimed at preschool and early primary school aged children with their families
Sunday 23 February, 10.30am
Come along with your thoughts, concerns and opinions. Join our new monthly discussion group and participate through listening and/or discussing. Led by Rabbi Jonathan, the sessions will cover an eclectic mix of issues and topics. It’s a nice way to spend a Sunday morning – socialising and learning. A small note donation is invited.
Friday 13 March, 7pm
Unplug from online, slow down and share a Shabbat with family and friends. Welcome in the day of rest with our musical Shabbat service, led by Rabbi Jonathan and his daughter Mia. Service is followed by catered vegetarian dinner.
Bookings essential. Click here to book.
Saturday 14 March, 1pm
Marking the Stranger by Shirley Cass. This three-dimensional exhibition was inspired by “badges of infamy” imposed on Jews and others through the Middle Ages and during the Spanish Inquisition, 500 years before the Nazi markings of Jews, gypsies and homosexuals in WW2. This exhibition will be held in conjunction with the Kew Festival.
LBC House of Study is proud to present 2020 Leo Baeck Annual Lecture, delivered by Dr Helen Caldicott-Broinowski, paediatrician, environmentalist and anti-nuclear activist who had recently been recognised with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the US based Physicians for Social Responsibility.
Topic: In Pursuit of Justice. A Physician’s Journey from Paediatrician to Anti-Nuclear Activist.
A small note donation is invited.