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Jan
17

Parashat Beshalach

Parashat Beshalach traces the flight of the Hebrews crossing the sea, which opens like a cloak at the divine breath.

By Sandy Potashnick | Uncategorized
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Jan
09

Parashat Bo

In the book he wrote with his daughter Fania, Amos Oz (z”l) describes Judaism as ‘not a bloodline, but a text line’: ‘Jewish continuity has always hinged on uttered and written words, on an expanding maze of interpretations, debates, and disagreements and on a unique human rapport.

By Rhona Lesner | Uncategorized
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Jan
03

LEHRHAUS IN THE CLOUDS! ULPAN – Modern Hebrew – ONLINE!

Have you always wanted to learn Modern Hebrew, but could never find the time to suit you? Well, hopefully you don’t have to search any more!

By Jarek Lodzinski | Uncategorized
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Jan
03

Parashat Va’eira

Our Parashah of this week is called “Va-eira”, which is often translated as “and I appeared. It starts with: “God spoke to Moses, and said to him “I am God: and I appeared to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob”

By Sandy Potashnick | Uncategorized
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Dec
17

LEHRHAUS IN THE CLOUDS

We are very excited to share with you our programme of 6 live ON-LINE courses for Spring 2019. All these courses are taught by members of our faculty and specialist teachers which we hope will entice you to join us.

By Jarek Lodzinski | Uncategorized
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Dec
13

LBC Library Exhibition: Chanukkah – Lights Music Food!

10th December 2018 – 25th January 2019, during library opening hours. More information:
Poster. Chanukkah 2018
 

By Jarek Lodzinski | Uncategorized
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Dec
13

UN 16 Days Of Activism – Day 14: Deborah Kahn-Harris

The Shiloh Project is a joint initiative set up by staff from the Universities of Sheffield, Leeds and Auckland (NZ).

By Jarek Lodzinski | Uncategorized
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Dec
03

LBC Library

New books on the Shoah! Many thanks to Rabbi Colin Eimer for his donation of books to the Library

By Jarek Lodzinski | Uncategorized
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