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26 Apr 17

Focus on Kindertransport for Yom HaShoah at NWSS

North West Surrey Synagogue (NWSS) held its annual Yom HaShoah commemoration on Sunday 23 April. The theme this year was ‘Recalling the Journey through Folk Art’, focusing on the Kindertransport. The Traveling Exhibition of Memory Quilts, created by the Kindertransport Association was on display, visiting the UK for the first time ever from the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills, Michigan in the United States. Anita Grosz, who facilitated the Memory Quilt Project, was the featured speaker. In addition to readings of poems written by Kinder children, a short film, ‘Strangers Smiled at Me’ was shown. The subject of the…

26 Apr 17

Raymond Goldman z”l

Reform Judaism mourns Raymond Goldman who has died in Israel. He was 87. Raymond was instrumental in the leadership and development of the RSGB – Reform Synagogues of Great Britain which later became The Movement for Reform Judaism. Raymond was connected with Alyth since his parents became members in 1935 when he entered the religion school. He taught at the school, chaired the Alyth Jewish Fellowship and was a warden. From 1964-1966 he served as the community’s Vice-Chair and as Chair from 1997-2000. Heavily involved in the development of a Reform youth movement, Raymond was elected to chair the YASGB…

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