January 2019

Weekday Evening Courses:

Tuesdays – commencing 8 January

7.30 – 8.15pm Learn to read Hebrew

8.15 – 9.30pm Judaism 101. Why do the dates of festivals jump around the secular calendar?

Learning the mysteries of the Jewish calendar and discussing the sanctity of time.


Thursdays – commencing 10 January

7.30 – 8.15pm Learn to read and understand Prayer Book Hebrew;

8.15 – 9.30pm Women, the other half. Looking at the position of women in traditional Jewish Law and how this has changed in more Liberal communities.


If you would like to come or for more information, please email Rabbi Jackie Tabick on jackie.tabick@gmail.com or text 07749821471. Members and visitors welcome.


Saturday 5 January           Led by Rabbi Jackie Tabick

1.30 – 2:45pm                   More ideas from Pirke Avot, Ethics of the Fathers -
                                         Do those ancient rabbis have anything to teach us?

                                         Bring some veggie lunch or kosher fish to share

3:00 – 4:30pm                   Shabbat Service followed by tea

Saturday 12 January         Led by Rabbi Jackie Tabick

1.30 – 2:45pm                   From the Sedra – Do we need miracles to believe?
                                         Are they helpful or harmful?
                                         Bring some veggie lunch or kosher fish to share

3:00 – 4:30pm                   Shabbat Service followed by tea

Saturday 19 January         Led by Rabbi Jackie Tabick

3:00 – 4:30pm                   Shortened Shabbat Service
                                         followed by tea and fruits of the tree

4.30 approx – 5.15pm       Tu Bishvat Seder

Saturday 26 January         Led by Rabbi Jackie Tabick & Rabbi Nathan Godleman

1.30 – 2:45pm                   Time to schmooze and catch up with peoples’ news
                                         and to discuss what is going on around us.
                                         Bring some veggie lunch or kosher fish to share

3:00 – 4:30pm                   Shabbat Service followed by tea

*All ending times are approximate

Please note that you will be expected to show a valid photo id
such as a passport, driving licence or student id.