Yom HaShoah

begins in the evening of Wednesday, 01 May  2019 

and ends in the evening of Thursday, 02 May 2019

Join the Whole Community on Yom HaShoah and

Light a Yellow Candle

in memory of a victim of the holocaust.

Light a #Yellowcandle

Woodside Park Shul are delighted to take part in the nationwide Yellow Candle Campaign for Yom HaShoah. Each bag (you can collect from the stage in the WL Hall from Wednesday 10 April) contains a candle and the name of someone who perished in the Holocaust to light in their memory.

The purpose of this project is to remember individuals whose names would otherwise be lost.

The yellow recalls the yellow stars which Jews were forced to wear by the Nazis. Each yellow Yahrzeit candle provided will be accompanied by the name of a person from the Yad Vashem archives.

We are asking you to light your candle on Yom HaShoah evening of Wednesday 01 May in memory of the lost generation and, if possible post a picture on social media. #yellowcandle

 

 
Mizrachi and Woodside Park Synagogue
invite the community to join us in commemorating Yom HaShoah

Date: Wednesday 01 May 

Rabbi Andrew Shaw and Chazzan Jonny Turgel will lead us in a moving ceremony to include emotional readings with accompanying audio visual elements to enhance the experience.

 

Time:

Mincha and Maariv 7.30pm

Ceremony 8.00pm

Finish 9.30pm

For security reasons please register your place at

https://www.mizrachi.org.uk/events/yomhashoah/

Yom HaShoah - National Event

UK Jewish Community

National Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony
Date: Sunday 05 May
Time: 11:30AM 
Venue: The National Holocaust Memorial Gardens

Ticket Only: Cost Adult - Free Child - Free Concession - Free

Yom HaShoah UK invite the entire community to stand together and join us for the UK National Commemoration Event 'Remember Together - We Are One taking place on Sunday 05 May, 11:30am.

On Sunday 05 May 2019 the Jewish community will ‎gather to remember together the loss of six million and to pay tribute to the Survivors and Refugees for the remarkable contributions they have made to the Jewish community and wider UK society.

Kindly note this event will be filmed.

Spaces are limited for this event and will be issued on a first come first served basis. To attend this event, please complete the form below. Tickets will be emailed to you closer to the event which will need to be printed and taken with you for admission.

No parking is available in Hyde Park, those with individual needs, disabilities or restricted access issues should email info@yomhashoah.org.uk where further information on organised shuttle buses will be provided.

 

Book your ticket now at

https://www.yomhashoah.org.uk/NationalEvent

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The Alfred Huberman Writing Award - Entries for 2018 now open.

The Alfred Huberman Award is a writing award designed to encourage young people to learn the lessons of the Holocaust and to ensure that its horrors should never be forgotten.

The Lake District Holocaust Project have set up the award in consultation with the family of Alfred Huberman who was one of the 300 child Holocaust Survivors who arrived in the Lake District in 1945. We are proud to invite young people up to the age of 18 in either full-time or part-time education to submit entries through schools, or as individuals.

The entries should demonstrate what understanding they have of the Holocaust, how the story impacts on them, and the hopes they have for the future.

The writing can take the form of a short essay, poem or creative writing but should be no more than 500 words. The entries will be judged by an independent panel of assessors and will include a member of Alfred's family.

Last Year 2017 almost 500 entries were received from primary and secondary schools in South Lakes, Cumbria and further afield.

To view and read entries from the prize winners please go to the website http://alfredhuberman.com/prizewinners/

For more information please go to the website www.alfredhuberman.com

Holocaust Remembrance Friday Night Dinner 2017

Woodside Park Synagogue hosted a Friday Night dinner in memory of Yom HaShoah UK. Holocaust survivor Mala Tribich MBE, and Theresa Villiers for Chipping Barnet viewed the ‘memory quilt’ where the stories of ‘The Boys’/ 45 Aid Society: 'The Boys' are displayed.

 

More than 150 people then attended a candlelit Kabbalat Shabbat Service and dinner with Yiddish songs and a traditional Shabbat meal. Holocaust Educational Trust (UK)

Yom Hashoah Articles

WPS visits Poland
Forty five members of Woodside Park Synagogue set off recently to begin an incredibly moving and thought provoking trip to Krakow and Auschwitz
Safe in Our Hands
Shoah – a simple yet utterly incomprehensible word. What does it really mean to each one of us? by Laura Kaye
Jenny Dreifuss
my aunt Jenny Dreifuss came up as having a Stolpersteine set in her memory in the city of Mannheim, article by Doris Levinson
Holocaust Testimony
“That’s when Alfred grew up,” she added, “That’s when he knew it was real and not an adventure anymore.” Alfred's story is told by his wife Shirley.
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