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Parashat Eikev

One of the joys of the lockdown has been doing things I didn’t think were possible before. For example, every Monday, I now have a Hebrew lesson over Zoom with my mother who lives far away in sunny&nbs...

Posted on 6 August 2020, By Janine Stein
Reflecting on my year as a movement worker

I recently discovered a copy of the Dvar Torah I delivered at my Bat Mitzvah over ten years ago. As a shy young girl, standing in the Old Synagogue at New North London, I drew parallels between the leadership styles displayed by Moses and...

Posted on 21 May 2020, By Charlotte Caplan
Bamidbar

A few verses into Bamidbar we come across a strip of (metaphorical) crime scene tape – that black and yellow tape that the police use to mark off, protect, and preserve a crime scene: “and the stranger who draws near shall die.”...

Posted on 21 May 2020, By Rabbi Zahavit Shalev