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26 May 16

Part-time Youth Worker – Maidenhead Synagogue

Maidenhead Synagogue's  youth worker is part of a well-developed project for young people in our dynamic and fast-growing community, which has 800 families and is situated just off the M4 and M40. Preferably qualified, you will need to be organised, motivated, and creative; and communicate well. Work will range from 10-20 hours a week subject to availability, starting September 2016, primarily weekend work, with salary depending on qualifications and experience. Please send your CV, and a covering letter to Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain: rabromain@aol.com

25 May 16

Shabbat Atzma’ut and tribute to Avril Hallé at North West Surrey Synagogue

Traditionally at North West Surrey Synagogue (NWSS) Yom Ha'Atzma'ut is celebrated with a Shabbat morning service led by members of the Israel Group. That happened this year on 14 May, but with a difference, because on that same Shabbat the synagogue held a special celebration to thank Avril Hallé (pictured) for her many years of teaching – starting at Cheder 40 years ago, being Head Teacher for 11 years, teaching both teenagers and adults preparing for Bar/Bat Mitzvah as well as adults wanting to learn more about Judaism and preparation for conversion, as Jean Cohen explains. Avril has also led…

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