Tikkun Olam

Sukkat Shalom has a new group, the Tikkun Olam working group, which has been charged with developing social action activities for the community. The working group has met once so far with further meetings planned. “Tikkun Olam” is a traditional Jewish term and means healing the world. In many Jewish communities, it is now interpreted to mean making the world a better place through pursing social justice and social action.

The group adopted this name because it captures our aspiration of making the world a better place and helping members of the shul to contribute to this effort.  The group discussed a number of possible activities we could organise. In the first instance, we thought providing more social activities for older members of the shul was a priority.

We therefore plan to organise some afternoon social events with tea and cakes (and maybe even some entertainment!). These will be open to all, but particularly targeted at older members of our community and the wider Jewish community in Redbridge, Essex, and surrounding areas.

 

We will endeavour to provide transport so that this is not a barrier to attending.

Please look at out Facebook page and website for details of dates and times.

 

If you want to become a member of the Tikkun Olam working group, please contact Rachel Savage for more information.

rbgsavage@gmail.com

 

Tony Bloom & Adrienne Williams's 
wedding on Sunday 5th November 
 
Alex Slade & Andrew Golding were married in September in Blackfriars London Ec
 
 
Sukkah Building October 2017 
 
 


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

Calling all book lovers

Karen Watch & Rachel Savage of Sukkat Shalom Reform Synagogue are starting a monthly book group.  On the last Monday of each month starting on

Monday January 29th  at   8.00pm

The group will meet in the Cheder Block of the synagogue 1 Victory Road, Wanstead, London, E11 1UL at first and once the group has been established they will decide if to continue to meet at the synagogue or elsewhere. The genre will be contemporary fiction with the choice of books being decided at the first meeting.

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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