Photos - Online at WPS
'WPS Book Club goes Online with Zoom'
Our popular book club meets monthly.
If you are interested in joining or want further information please contact Estelle on email@example.com to let her know you will be attending
We had our first ever virtual meeting on Zoom this afternoon. More than half the group managed the technology and participated in the discussion after some teething problems in the beginning.
'WPS Cares Tea Parties
Go Online with Zoom'
Supported by Jewish Care, the Woodside Park Tea Parties have been hugely successful over the year and we are delighted that they will continue to take place on the first Tuesday of every month on Zoom.
For more information
please contact Brenda – 020 8446 2823
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
'America is on Fire'
"A response from faith leaders"
A Faith Focus on Discrimination:
How we treat each other and
how we wish to be treated ourselves
Date : Monday 08 June
Time : at 8.00pm
Dr Doirean Wilson
Royal Free Hospital
Rabbi Pinchas Hackenbroch
Woodside Park Synagogue
Revd Ben Twumasi
The Church, Britain
Chaired by: Hadiya Masieh
Expert in Community Cohesion, Interfaith Relations, Counter Extremism and Women's Involvement in Extremism
(Girls and Boys are all invited)
Date: 07 June
Zoom screen shot of a Ethics Squad session on the 07 June. We had a panel of six Woodside Park members who are in their first or second year’s at University. They gave insights on different aspects of University life (living arrangements; Jewish scene; social life etc.) and answered questions from a group of students in year 12 for whom I have been doing Ethics Squad for the past 18 months. This was very important for these students as they will not have a chance to visit universities for open days.
This is the third zoom session we have held during lockdown.
We have had other sessions on:
the Jewish response to Covid-19 and how to cope with remote learning and
also an interactive quiz.
About the Ethics Squad
Woodside Park Synagogue Squads is a squad for all year 12 students. Ethics Squad will feature inspirational discussions on current affairs subjects relevant to youth today from a Jewish perspective. Led by Jonathan Cantor, this promises to be a thought provoking and fun series.
Readers and Speakers at the
Ladies Megillat Ruth Reading and Ladies Tikkun on Rosh Chodesh
Sunday 24 May
This year for the first time the Ladies' Megillat Ruth and Tikkun was held online via Zoom.
16 Readers particpated in reading the Megillah, this was followed by 8 talks at the Tikkun.
We were delighted that 70 women of all ages were able to join us enjoying a wonderful event.
Some of the talks from year
Bereavement During Covid
Poland: A Perspective
Surrogacy: An Experience
Justice - Weak and Vulnerable