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Torah Tots - Shavuot
An all new baby and toddler group focusing on the Jewish Holidays.
Shavuot songs, stories & crafts.
Bagel Brunch!
Be a Junior Scribe with ...
JLI
Join us for an amazing new course - Heroes and Villains.
We will unlock the secrets of great character by exploring some of the most dramatic ...
The Family Lag B'Omer BBQ
Join us for a full supper and spectacular entertainment - Bouncy Funfair - for the children. Enjoy a full barbecue supper and the traditional Lag ...
Flower Arranging with JWC
The Jewish Women's Circle invites you to
Prepare for Shavuot and design your own beautiful
Floral Arrangement
Create a unique table ...
The Friendship Circle
The Friendship Circle is a non denominational organisation that provides assistance and support to the families of children with special needs.
The Rebbe: Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson
Essays, insights and letters, stories and first-person accounts, and an online biography of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, ...
Lag BaOmer
Thirteen Years in a Cave, Now What?
They wallowed in sand, subsisting only on carobs and water. They exit after thirteen ...
 
The Holiday With a Funny NameLoving Yourself to Love Others
Your Questions
When Meditation Is Not Kosher
There are so many different schools of meditation. Are they all safe? Are they all kosher?
 
I’m Too Shy to Do My Job Properly
Story
A Joker’s Shabbat
As might be expected, Hershel the Hilarious was the most popular guy in Mosayov among ...
 
Parshah
Behar In Depth
A condensation of the weekly Torah portion alongside select commentaries culled from ...
 
The Humble Mountain Paradox
Video
The Tanners’ Market
An address to children at a Lag B’omer parade
 
Becoming a Tech-Smart Parent The Kabbalah of Saving the Environment
Lifestyle
 
Art: The Holy Ark
When the Children of Israel they stood at the shore of the sea and saw the Egyptian armies closing in behind them, they split into four groups. One faction said, "Let us cast ourselves into the sea." A second faction said, "Let us return to Egypt." A third said, "Let us wage war against the Egyptians." A fourth said, "Let us cry out to G-d." But G-d rejected all four approaches and said to Moses, "Speak to the children of Israel, that they go forward"
— Midrash Mechilta