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Issue 49
November 2013
Kislev 5774
 
   
    

Dear Reader,

 

In the past month PaL attended the Yeshiva and Sem fairs both in Manchester and in London, and as always it is great to welcome new members to the PaL family.  

 

There are just a few days to go now until PaL puts in an appearance at the Jewish Living Expo at Wembley Stadium on November 3rd. We'll be bringing along some fun 'must have' freebies, and of course giving people the opportunity to sign up to what is arguably the most flexible, innovative and - yes - free Jewish learning programme out there! Tickets for the Expo are already on sale - go to www.jewishlivingexpo.co.uk to book your ticket.

 

You can find out about events of interest in our Round Up below.  Or you could simply decide to pick up a new Jewish book to study - take a look at the new releases we've highlighted. 

 

  

Kind regards

 

Rivka Graham
Programme Coordinator
  
 
Round Up...

An Overview of Events in the Community

 

 

"Aish"

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aish Hampstead Young Professionals Programme (22-32 yrs)

19th Nov - Clifford Chance Lunch n Learn

21st Nov - Charity Bowling Tournament

28th Nov - Heavens Kitchen Cooking Class 

29th Nov - Chanuka Dessert Party

Call 020 8457 4444 for more information.

 

Challah Masterclass - with Rebbetzin Ruthie Simon

Learn the art and technique of making challah and the reasons behind the mitzvah. Take home your own challah.

Monday 18th November, 8:00pm at the home of Family Simon, 819 Finchley Rd NW11 8AJ. Donation £10 in advance or £15 at the door. RSVP to Dvora on 020 8458 5836 or dvora@kesher.org.uk

  

"seed
Spoiling our Children... Without Spoiling our Children - with Rabbi Malcolm Herman
23rd November at Seed Edgware 7:45pm supper (from Met Su Yan)
8:15pm talk
£17.50 per person or £30 per couple
for more info contact debbie@seed.uk.net 

 

 
Ask the Rabbi 
with Rabbi Harvey Belovski 
Questions from the PaL Mailbag... 
 

QI live on the 6th floor of a flat building and I remember learning that one should light Chanuka lights on the street level. Given that I doubt I would be permitted to light Chanuka lights in the lobby of my building, what do you suggest I do?  

 

A: One of the roles of Chanuka candles is to publicise the miracles of the victory against the Greeks and the long-lasting oil of the Temple menorah. Ideally, the Chanuka menorah should be placed outside or in a doorway. But this is not always possible or practical if one lives in a flat many stories from the ground. If it's feasible, put the menorah in an internal doorway so your flat mates, family members or visitors will see it as they walk around. If not, you could put it in the window facing the street if people will notice it. And if that won't work, just light it somewhere safe in the flat and spend some time with it while it is lit - as you will be publicising the miracle to yourself.

 

 

 
 
 
 
New Releases
  
Mashal Tov
 Rabbi Yeshaya Greenberger
(Feldheim) 
 
 
 
Rav Elyashiv
Rabbi Yehuda Heimowitz 
(Artscroll) 
  
     
Save 10%!   
With thanks to PaL's Judaica supplier Torah Treasures, a 10% discount is offered on every book purchase made for your PaL partnership!

Torah Treasures
020 8458 8289  

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