St John's Wood

Ben Aaronovitch at the LJS Book Club

By Liberal Jewish Synagogue, March 18, 2013
Time:
Thursday 2 May
6:00pm

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What is preventing Peace Now in Israel?

By Liberal Jewish Synagogue, March 18, 2013
Time:
Saturday 30 March
9:30am - 10:45am

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Rachel Lichtenstein at the LJS Book Club

By Liberal Jewish Synagogue, February 8, 2013
Time:
Tuesday 12 March
7:00pm - 9:30pm

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Seminar: Residential and Home Care Without Tears

By Liberal Jewish Synagogue, January 22, 2013
Time:
Wednesday 30 January
7:15pm - 9:30pm

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Simon Sebag Montefiore launches the new LJS Book Club

By Liberal Jewish Synagogue, December 23, 2012
Time:
Tuesday 17 January
7:00pm - 9:30pm

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Giles Coren compliments the catering at Wizo lunch

By Sandy Rashty, November 1, 2012

Times food critic and broadcaster Giles Coren entertained 180 Wizo women at the charity’s literary lunch at St John’s Wood Synagogue on Wednesday — and complimented the kosher catering.

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Wizo raises £50K at Sponsor A Child lunch

June 28, 2012

World Wizo chair Rivka Lazovsky has told British Wizo leaders that more than one million Israeli women rely on the charity for support on legal rights and other issues.

Addressing Wizo UK’s Sponsor A Child lunch, Ms Lazovsky said: “Despite Israel’s forward thinking democracy, women’s issues, particularly around domestic violence and equal opportunities, are still behind the times.

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Why is slavery still thriving?

By Liberal Jewish Synagogue, January 12, 2012
Time:
Thursday 15 March
7:00pm

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New at LJS

September 22, 2011

Rabbi Neil Janes is joining the ministerial team at the Liberal Jewish Synagogue, St John's Wood.

LJS senior rabbi Alexandra Wright ordained him at Leo Baeck College in 2006 and he served Finchley Progressive Synagoue before moving to Israel to study for a PhD in Jewish thought, which he will continue in the UK.

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Walkers take steps to harmony

July 14, 2011

There was a large Jewish turnout for an interfaith walk on Sunday in St John's Wood and Marylebone, taking in four churches, four synagogues, a mosque and an Islamic cultural centre.

Organisers said that at least 50 Jews were among the 150-plus walkers from 10 faiths.

London Central Mosque imam Sheikh Seddiki Sidi Fawzi told participants the walk "will bring about a society of cohesion, harm

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