News stories and anouncements for the last 14 days. For older stories, please see our News Archives

  • 3 Faiths Festive Party

    Come along and celebrate Chanukah, the Prophet’s Birthday and Christmas.

    Tuesday18th December, 7.30pm, at Clore Tikvah School.

    For further information click here.

  • Learn to Salsa @ SWESRS – First Session Monday 7th Janaury 2019!

    Learn to Salsa @ SWESRS! Beginners Salsa Classes starting on Monday 7th January, 8pm in the Community Centre.


    Both men & women, all are welcome! If you are interested please contact the office on 020 8599 0936 or

  • Dynamic Bnei Mitzvah educator needed! Application Deadline 7th December!

    Please spread the word! SWESRS are seeking a dynamic Bnei Mitzvah educator to lead our Bnei Mitzvah programme. With excellent Hebrew, Jewish knowledge, communication and interpersonal skills, the successful candidate will have a proven ability to inspire and to engage young people and ... Read more

  • Sounds of Spain

    Teresa Karcher is giving a recital of songs inspired by Spain. As a professional musician with a Spanish background and an exceptional voice, she is well equipped to explore the rich musical heritage of her homeland. She will be accompanied by Michael Young, the Assistant Conductor of ... Read more

  • Jewish Historical Society – Essex Branch

    The next Jewish Historical Society – Essex Branch – meeting will take place on Tuesday 11th December, 8pm at Clore Tikvah School. The talk will be Churchill and the Jews with speaker Richard Cohen.

    Admission is free for members and £4 for non-members. For further ... Read more

  • Commemorating the 80th Anniversary of the Kindertransport

    Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner has written a special prayer for the Kindertransport Shabbat this weekend. Synagogues and communities across the country will be reading out the prayer as part of their Shabbat service to commemorate 80 years since the first group of Kindertransport children arrived in Britain. To read the prayer click here

    World Jewish Relief, ... Read more

  • Paperweight Trust

    The Paperweight Trust is a professional service providing practical guidance and assistance in all manner of paperwork, bureaucracy and domestic administration to those alone or in crisis with nowhere else to turn. If you or someone you know could benefit from their support please contact Deborah or Janine in the office.

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