Tuesday 23 January, 20:00
Born in Poland in 1930, Mala Tribich (née Helfgott) survived life in the ghetto, in hiding, and in Ravensbruck, then Bergen-Belsen concentration camps.
Reunited with her brother in England in 1947, she married, had a family, and only much later began to talk about her experiences; now she is a regular speaker in schools & beyond.
Hear her story for yourself as broadcaster Phil Dave interviews Mala Tribich ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day and discover the power of words from one of the ever-diminishing number of living witnesses to the Holocaust.
Shabbat morning service 27 January 10.30am
We are delighted to welcome our Guest Speaker Jonny Benjamin MBE, at this Shabbat service who will speak on “Mental Health Awareness”.
Jonny is an award-winning mental health campaigner, film producer, public speaker, writer and vlogger.
He is also a member of EHRS and celebrated his Bar Mitzvah here.
In the Queen’s 2017 New Year Honours List, Jonny was awarded an MBE for his services to Mental Health and Suicide Prevention.
Please join us on this special Shabbat.
With All Things Jewish at EHRS there’s chance to learn Hebrew, investigate Jewish responses to contemporary issues, examine the issue of K’vod Ha’briyot (human dignity), try out mindfulness - and much more!
Tuesday 30 January 8pm
Please join us to celebrate this wonderful festival;
We will taste 15 fruits on three Seder plates with wine or non-alcoholic juice,
exploring our physical and spiritual relationship to trees, land and nature, with blessings, songs and stories
also joining us will be guests from local Anglican churches.
Edgware & Hendon Reform Synagogue is delighted to announce that their first service took place on 15 July 2017. This new vibrant community is the result of the merger of Edgware & District Reform Synagogue with Hendon Reform Synagogue.
While this website is under development for more information please contact us.