High Holyday Appeal

The High Holyday Appeal for 2017 is on behalf of

 

Krembo Wings

 

Krembo Wings is the only inclusive youth movement for children and young people in Israel with severe special needs. The main purpose of Krembo Wings is to enable every child living with any type of motor, cognitive or sensory disability to take part in enjoyable social interactions between one another and their able-bodied peers, letting them become part of community life. Branch activities include games, arts and crafts, music, and more. Sessions allow members to expand their social circles and develop self-confidence. Activities also provide respite for the parents of members with special needs.

This charity is based in London and has four members of staff and 40 volunteers. They provide community mediation for neighbours who are in dispute with one another.  Also workplace mediation for those having difficulties at work and family mediation for couples needing to discuss property, finances or arrangements around children.  They also provide a restorative Justice service where they help around 1,200 children and young people from 7 to 21 years old participate in Krembo Wings activities nationwide. Krembo Wings runs clubs in nine Negev towns and cities.  Uniqueness lies in the fact that the leaders of the youth movement’s activities are not trained caregivers, but 14 to 18-year-old Israeli teenagers (youth counsellors) who have taken part in intensive training to learn how to work well with the members. The organisation provides a comprehensive training programme for counsellors on subjects like guidance, special needs and team building.

 

CALM 

Victims and offenders of a crime from a letter of apology, right through to a face-to-face meeting.  The crimes can range from theft through to murder.     
 
Their website is:  www.calmmediation.org

 

Tony Bloom & Adrienne Williams's 
wedding on Sunday 5th November 
 
Alex Slade & Andrew Golding were married in September in Blackfriars London Ec
 
 
 


Shabbat Morning services 

Saturday morning at 10.00am 
 



Tuesday 2nd February
 
There will be an Erev Shabbat service and Chavurah Meal together with a
Tu B'Shevat Seder at SWESRS in Oaks Lane from 7.00pm 
 

 



New Book Group

Karen Watch & Rachel Savage of Sukkat Shalom Reform Synagogue

have started a new Book Club which will meet from time to time in the Cheder Block of the synagogue

The Book Club will now meet on a Thursday with the next meeting taking place on the 8th March at 8pm. 
Subsequent dates are :
 
29th March, 26th April, 31st May and 28th June.
The 1st book is How to stop time by Matt Haig. 
Book 2 is The far side of the sky by Daniel Kalla. 
The 3rd is Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeyman. 
 
If you have a book(s) in mind that you would like to suggest the group read bring a synopsis with you for us all to read and see what we think. 

Please join Rachel & Karen  for what is hoped to be a fun gathering of bookworms once a month.

Refreshments will be provided.

Contact admin@sukkatshalom.me.uk for further details

 

 







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