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This week’s parashah, Vayishlach, reads like the script of the next Quentin Tarantino movie. It has everything: from death, violence, abduction and revenge, to the supernatural and even family broiges. It tells the story of J...

Posted on 28 November 2015, By Jonny Kay
Meet the Rabbi – Rabbi Oliver Joseph

People ask: ‘Why did you become a rabbi?’ My path to being a rabbi in this world was exceptional and also entirely expected. There are those who joke that the role of rabbi is not a suitable profession for a nice Jewish boy! So...

Posted on 25 November 2015, By Rabbi Oliver Joseph
Shabbat reflection on the Paris Attacks

There is no language adequate to express our horror over the terror attacks in Paris. Our thoughts are with the bereaved; our prayers are with the wounded, the traumatized and their families, and with all who strive to help them and work ...

Posted on 23 November 2015, By Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg