Are you ready for almost a week of celebrations in honour of ShabbatUK?! For more information about any of the programmes, feel free to contact us here.
Join hundreds of ladies and girls from across the community for an amazing ChallahBake to kick off ShabbatUK with a bang!
Learn to lead your Shabbat table like a pro! Whether it’s your first time, or you are a regular, this is an enjoyable session. Learn the basics Understand the whys of tradition Pick up hints and tips to make it more exciting and engaging In honour of ShabbatUK, brush up your technique! Tuesday 20th October, […]
The Kollel invites men and boys of all ages to join them for their Simchas Beis Hashoeivah, an hour and a half of live music, dancing and refreshments, on Sukkos, Wednesday (30th September) evening after Mincha/Maariv at the Etz Chaim (approximately 7:30pm). Come along and bring your friends! Free event We will be joined by […]
The Kollel is proud to announce a presentation for the entire community about fasting on Yom Kippur. Topics include: How to determine whether someone is fit to fast. Is it possible to eat and fast at the same time? (Clue: yes!) This will be presented by Dr. Jonathan Bodansky and Rabbi Shimon Buckman, to include […]
Join us at Brodetsky’s for Services this Rosh Hashana. Open to all! A meaningful (and non-talking) service. Kiddush will be served before Shofar. Evening Services Sunday September 13th – 7:00 (followed by Ma’ariv) Monday September 14th – Mincha: 7:00, Ma’ariv: 8:20 (with a talk in between) Morning Services Shacharit: 7:30am Hamelech: 8:30am Kiddush followed by […]
Join us for an uplifting Seudah on July the 4th, immediately after BA (5:45pm) at the UHC. For all ages, especially young couples and families. Free entry! Please RSVP here.
Come and join the Kollel to celebrate its first birthday! Guestspeaker: Dayan Y Abraham of the London Beth Din (and President of the Kollel) Guests of Honour: Jonathan and Philippa Straight
Come and join us on Shavuot night for an engaging and informative cross-communal programme to celebrate the Receiving of the Torah.