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FPS Beit Midrash (Adult Education) presents: SUPPER QUIZ @ FPS Dining with FPS friends Please help
 
FPS Beit Midrash (Adult Education) presents:

FPS Beit Midrash (Adult Education) presents:

Glittering Fragments: A Hundred Years of Anglo-Jewish History 1845-1945. A brand new exciting six-part course starting 1 October – for full details see Beit Midrash webpage under Adult Learning drop-down menu above.

SUPPER QUIZ @ FPS

SUPPER QUIZ @ FPS

FPS Fundraising Supper Quiz Saturday 17 October. Save the evening for this event, our major fundraiser for the synagogue and the community. A fabulous fun-filled evening including quiz, food, auction and prizes.  More details to follow.

Dining with FPS friends

Dining with FPS friends

If you would like to host a supper or be invited as guests to deepen your engagement with the synagogue and its members, do contact Rabbi Rebecca at the synagogue. DINNER UPDATES: ——- MARCH: Emma Prinsley writes:   “We hosted our dinner in March. As always with FPS dinners we always have a great evening, [...]

Please help

      FPS is sharing a FOOD BANK with St Barnabas Church, Holden Road – please bring your contributions – tins of fruit, vegetables, boxes of cereal etc. – to the designated place in the synagogue corridor.  Thank you!  

Syrian Refugee Crisis: your help needed!

Andrea Narcin writes: There are now 4 million Syrian refugees in the Middle East and the Mediterranean, looking for somewhere to be safe. London Citizens, of which FPS is a member, is trying to get Barnet Council to accept just 50 vulnerable Syrians direct from the Refugee camps. The population of Barnet is 356,400 (2011 [...]

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Postcard from (Jewish) Tbilisi, Georgia

Wika Dorosz writes: One of the most impressive buildings I visited on my recent trip to Armenia and Georgia is the Great Synagogue in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi. In this ancient and cosmopolitan city you can find a synagogue, a mosque, a Georgian basilica, an Armenian church and a Zoroastrian Fire-Worshippers’ temple all within a [...]

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Rabbi’s Word

Rabbi’s Word

Parashat R’eh:  Our Torah portion this week talks of the three pilgrim festivals: Sukkot, Shavuot and Pesach and what was required for each on terms of offering. Every male (only males) must … not appear before the Holy One empty-handed, but each according to their own gift, according to the blessing that the Holy One your God [...]

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Selichot Service: 5 September 2015

Evening starts at 6.30pm with a choice of activities, including study, music, dinner, massage, acupuncture…. Please bring fruit / veg for making a refreshing juice! Our candlelit service starts at 9pm.

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D’var Torah – Pinchas

D’var Torah – Pinchas

Shabbat Shalom everyone. Firstly, I’d like to thank you for coming to my Bar Mitzvah, including family and friends who have traveled here especially for today. And of course all of the congregation of FPS who are our community. I am reading from the book of Bamidbar (the English name is Numbers). It is about how the [...]

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Rabbi’s Word

Rabbi’s Word

Parashat Pinchas - Encamped at Baal-Peor, next to the Promised Land, the children of Israel forgot the covenant and “profaned themselves by whoring with the Moabite women” and worshipping their god (Numbers 25:1-2). God was “incensed” with them, and in order to subdue God’s wrath, Moses asked the leaders to punish the guilty ones. Is [...]

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Ruben meets Nadal

Ruben meets Nadal

Ruben Qassim writes:  On the 15th of June, Dora, Rafael, my Mum, my Dad and I went  to Queens Tennis tournament to meet Rafael Nadal. I was treated to this because I used my wish from a charity called Starlight who give wishes to many children who have had, or have cancer. I was very grateful. [...]

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Action on Sanctuary: this Wednesday!

Action on Sanctuary: this Wednesday!

Please join several FPS congregants  this Wednesday at Liverpool St Station 24th June 9am  (or later at Parliament) 09:00 – 50 people from Citizens UK representing communities across the UK meet at the Kindertransport statue at Liverpool St to hear from survivors of the Kindertransport 09:15 – the 50 people march to the House of Commons [...]

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Support FSU twinning – play bridge!

Support FSU twinning – play bridge!

Bridge lunch in support of the Kerch Jewish community (Crimea) on 11 July 2015, for details click below on ‘Read the full story’ and when a new window open, click the words:  BRIDGE LUNCH

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D’var Torah – Korach

D’var Torah – Korach

Class KT2 (Kabbalat Torah) will lead the FPS Shabbat services on 19 and 20 June 2015. Here is their D’var Torah for this week’s parashah: “Our Torah portion is from the Book of Numbers and it’s called Korach. Korach is the name of an Israelite who leads an uprising against Moses’ leadership. We found it [...]

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