The High Holy Days “season” is well and truly over, and our staff routines and the Campus are now returning to normal. The Introduction to Judaism (ITJ), Religion School, JTalk and Talmud Study sessions will all resume in terms of their own schedules, especially with the KDS school holidays coming to an end next Monday.
Routine doesn’t mean things come to a standstill though. In fact, there’s always something happening at Third and Oxford, and here’s a taste of what’s on in the week ahead:
- United Sisterhood Food Collection (Benmore/Gallo Manor/Morningside shopping centres), Sunday, 7 October, 09:00 – 13:00 (Please contact Marian Gonsalves at The United Sisterhood on 011 646 2409 [email protected] if you can assist with this ongoing “existential” project)
- UNiTE – Worldwide Circle of Sound – Interfaith Sacred Chants (The Garden, Beit Emanuel, at Third and Oxford), Sunday, 7 October, from 18:00 – 20:30
- Eve Kantor Golden Age Club (Courtyard, Stalson Building), Wednesday, 10 October, from 09:00 – 12:00
Finally, mentioned elsewhere is the next Auerbach Lecture, with guest speaker Irwin Manoim. Pencil it in for Tuesday, 23 October, 19:00 – 21:00