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Activities for children at High Holy Days Services

Activities for Primary School & younger children will be held in the classrooms at Beit Emanuel on Yom Kippur from 11.00 a.m. until midday. A qualified carer/teacher will be available for the toddlers, in the Bride’s room on Friday 13 September – 06.00-08.00 p.m. and on Saturday 14 September – 10.00 a.m. – 12 noon.

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Activities for young children at High Holy Days Services

Carmit, one of our Religion School teachers. has offered to put on a programme of activities for Primary School age children on Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur from 11.00 until midday on both days. More information on this programme will be published in the Bulletin closer to the High Holydays.

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Sponsorship of chocolates and wine

We are looking for sponsors for the children’s Friday night chocolates and the wine enjoyed at the Kiddushim. Sponsorship of one of these items could be for your special occasion or just as a communal gesture. Alternatively you could bring a box of chocolate bars to the Synagogue on a Friday night. Any assistance will …

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Children in Our Services: Proposal for a Kiddies Corner

In the introduction to the Midrash Lamentations Rabbah we find the following exchange: R. Abba b. Kahuna said: ‘No philosophers have arisen among the nations to equal Balaam and Abnimos, the weaver [probably the Cynic philosopher Oenomaus]. They said to them, ‘Can we attack this people’? [Israel]. They replied, ‘Go to their houses of assembly. …

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