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Trembling in front of refugees

At the end of August, I went to Calais to take part in a Safe Passage UK ‘action’. As part of a faith coalition I represented the Masorti Movement, to present a number of French authorities in Calais with a list of over 300 children w...

Posted on 26 October 2016, By Jude Williams
Teshuvah

What has Simchat Torah got to do with Teshuvah? One could be forgiven for thinking that by the time we reach Simchat Torah, Teshuvah, return, is over and done. The serious subjects of reflection, contrition and repentance have ended with ...

Posted on 19 October 2016, By Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg
Teshuvah

Rav Kook, the first Chief Rabbi of British Mandatory Palestine – was one of the last great Jewish romantics; captivated by the possibility of humanity, excited by the promise of ‘tomorrow’. He passed away in 1935 untrammeled by ...

Posted on 14 October 2016, By Rabbi Jeremy Gordon