WLS Education & the Lyons Learning Project presents our Adult Modern Hebrew School – MiliM
Join one of our Modern Hebrew classes this Winter!
(Beginners Level 2, Intermediate and Advanced)
Tuesdays 6.30-8.30pm, Starts 21st January 2020
Dates: 21 & 28 January | 4, 11, 18 & 25 February | 3, 10, 17 & 24 March
Prices: Full Price – £250 | WLS Members & Kishkushim – £200 | WLS YAD & JPrep – £180 | Continuing Milim Students – £225
Early-Bird Special Prices! Sign up before 8th January 2020:
Full price – £225 | WLS Members & Kishkushim – £190 | YAD & JPrep – £170 | Continuing Milim Students – £210
Payment is due by Monday 20th January 2020.
For more information or to book, please contact Adi on 020 7535 0275 or email email@example.com
Parashat Hashavua – Portion of the Week
The portion of the week means so much more if you have studied it before. Join Rabbi Helen Freeman in the Stourcliffe Mezzanine and bring along a light non-meat lunch. Look forward to seeing you there.
Latest Parashat Hashavua – Portion of the Week Events
Learn to Lein
Have you ever wanted to chant from the Torah? It’s never too late to learn to lein. Mastering the age-old Jewish art of reading the musical cantillation marks will give you new insight into the pace, tone and rhythm of the Torah. It will also help you with Hebrew reading and understanding. This easy-going and enjoyable course is open to all, irrespective of musical ability.
For more information about this programme, please contact Rabbi David (firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7535 0279). The course is free for WLS members and Friends but there is a £50 charge per term for non-members.
Latest Learn to Lein Events
Introducing Opportunities for Inter-Faith Dialogue
Scriptural Reasoning is a dynamic and evolving practice in which people of different religious commitments, usually Jews, Christians and Muslims, meet together to read and debate their sacred texts. Scriptural Reasoning allows for inter-faith conversations which are deep and focussed, lively and friendly. Participants can tackle difficult issues through the lens of the text; the goal is not agreement but rather growth in understanding one another’s traditions and deeper exploration of the texts and their possible interpretations.
The evening will consist of a panel presentation to introduce the texts, followed by discussion time in smaller groups and a coffee reception.
For more information about up coming events, please email Nic Schlagman
What is interfaith? Interfaith is a way to build bridges of understanding and knowledge between those of different cultural and religious backgrounds in order to break down prejudices and misunderstandings, working together to create an accepting and inclusive society.
Why get involved?
To meet new and interesting people.
To get to know one’s own faith on a deeper level through engagement with those of different faiths.
To challenge and explore our own preconceived notions of other traditions, particularly in areas of potential conflict.
To develop a local interfaith community.
To come together with other faiths to raise awareness of issues we care about, taking action to balance inequalities and discrimination.