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The Hull Reform Synagogue - Ne've Shalom Reform Judaism
Chairman's Report
WE SHALL NEVER FORGET

Although I was unable to attend the City of Hull Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 at the Hull Guildhall on Thursday 26 January 2017, I understand that there was a reasonable attendance from our community and the programme of presentations, poems and music was not only entertaining, but thought-provoking.

With that in mind, we will be arranging a social afternoon or evening in July 2017 to show the newly released film 'Denial', which followed the court case surrounding the denial of the Holocaust. We intend to screen it the Shul hall

The attendance for the Tu B'Shevat Seder was very good and the informal manner of the Service, with assistance from Aimi Sugarman, and the opportunity to come together to celebrate, to talk and to eat.

Looking ahead, there's quite a bit going on. Our Purim Service and Kiddush will be held on Saturday evening 11 March 2017. Fancy dress is optional, but feel free to get into the spirit of Purim even if it's a token effort.

Refreshments will be available, but you will need to bring a bottle. Details of the rest of the events taking place over the next few months, can be found on pages 3 and 4 of the newsletter.

Our Communal Seder will be held on the first night of Pesach, Monday 10 April 2017 and that the earlier you buy your tickets the cheaper they are.

Finally, please don't forget to come to our Friday Night and Shabbat Morning Services.
Forthcoming Events
PURIM SERVICE, KIDDUSH AND 'FAMILY BROYGUS'

This year's Purim celebrations will be taking place on Saturday evening, 11 March 2017, starting at 7.00pm.

As usual, the Purim Service and reading of the Megillah Esther will be conducted by members of the congregation following which we are planning to hold a Purim Kiddush and social evening to which everyone is invited. Fancy dress is optional, but it is Purim. There will be the opportunity to enjoy a Jewish-style quiz based around the popular TV show "Family Fortunes".

Although the Purim tradition is that you must be so intoxicated that you are unable to tell Haman from Mordechai, no alcohol will be provided, except for Kiddush wine (?).

Refreshments (nibbles) will be provided, but please bring a bottle (or two) if you want something more alcoholic.

Please make every effort to attend what should be a fun evening.
Membership Application
Members of the Synagogue shall comprise persons of the Jewish faith over the age of eighteen years, who, having applied to the Council and paid the appropriate subscription, have been accepted as Members.

 

 

Ne've Shalom
Great Gutter Lane
Willerby
Hull
HU10 6DP

 

 

 
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