LBC Civic Service

Saturday 14 March, 10am
LBC welcomes visitors each year to its annual Civic Service, held during the Kew Community Festival. The Service celebrates Shabbat and LBC’s place in the local community. This year we welcome special guest Ambassador Rabbi David Saperstein, President of the World Union of Progressive Judaism. The Service will be followed by Kiddush.

LBC Discussion Group

Sunday 15 March, 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.

Leo Baeck Annual Lecture

Sunday 15 March, 7pm

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.

LBCinema – Babi Yar Concert

Sunday 22 March, 7pm
LBCinema and LBAC present a screening of the Zelman Memorial Symphony Orchestra concert of Shostakovitch Symphony no.13, Babi Yar, commemorating the massacres perpetrated by the Nazis when they murdered 33,771 Jews in two days near Kiev in 1944.
A small note donation is invited.