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Chairman's Report

I'm delighted to report that history was made at Ne've Shalom on Sunday 10 November 2019 as we held our first Remembrance Day Service, which will become an Annual event.

We had the pleasure of Andrew Percy MP and many other high profile guests supporting the service, along with other 60 plus guests in attendance.

I would personally like to thank our outstanding and dedicated Vice-Chair, Aimi Sugarman, for all her hard work in co-ordinating the moving service. Aimi was also interviewed on BBC Radio Humberside that morning regarding the service. A full report on the Service can be found on page 6 of our latest newsletter.

The date has now been set for the trip to see The Prince of Egypt musical at the Dominion Theatre, London. This will take place on 16th May 2020. The musical is based on the 1998 film and includes the same fantastic music. We will travel by Hull Trains, probably from Brough Station - for easy parking - leaving at approx. 8.30am and arrive back at around 8.00pm. Train timetables and tickets have not yet been released, but at today's prices a return ticket can cost between 30 and 80, depending on demand. The price of the theatre ticket is 79 for a circle seat. Further details can be found on page 3 of our latest newsletter.

If you'd like to come please let Helen know on tel: 07884432329 or at helen@hsts.co.uk by 30 November. An 80 deposit for a place can be paid by cash or cheque to Helen Jackman.

Finally, don't forget that we continue to hold our Friday Night Services every week at 7.00pm and our Shabbat Morning Services at 10.30am on the first Saturday of the month.
Forthcoming Events

Following the huge success of previous Open Friday Night Services, the next one will take place on Friday 21 February 2020 starting at 7.00pm. What makes this Service different from the normal Friday Night service is the running commentary from those leading the Service explaining the nature of the prayers being recited, their background, origin and the traditional rituals being observed. After the Service, and following the Brachot over the wine and bread, there will be the Kiddush with a wide range of "Jewish-style" foods.

There also will be opportunity to look around the Synagogue, talk to those members present and examine the Ark, Scrolls and other artefacts.

School & Educational Visits
Ne've Shalom Synagogue is committed to educating the wider community about Judaism.

Each year over hundreds of pupils, students and adults come to learn some basic knowledge about Judaism. As part of the visit, they are shown Jewish artifacts and are taught about the traditions and rituals concerning our faith. We receive many compliments regarding the service that we offer and the schools and other institutions appear to enjoy the time spent this way.

Many groups return every year, so it is proving to be a popular event in the curriculum. We cater for all age groups from Primary to Secondary to Higher Education, adapting the programme to suit.

Although there is no charge, as all the guides are willing volunteers, we are always grateful for a discretionary donation to cover the costs of running the Synagogue.

For further information or to book a visit please contact us on (01482) 658312 or at hullreform@isa.karoo.co.uk



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Ne've Shalom
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