Bristol Diverse Doors Open Day 2017

Bristol Diverse Doors Open Day 2017 is taking place on Sunday 26th February from 10.30am – 4.30pm.

This year 14 places of worship are opening their doors. In addition, 6 of the 14 venues will form a designated ‘Faith Trail’, each representing a different faith. At each of these six core venues there will be an opportunity to learn about that particular faith and to ask questions.

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For more information contact:
Lily Khandker, Forum Development Officer
Email: info@bristolmultifaithforum.org.uk

Tisha b’Av

Fast of Av
Sat 13th (night) – Sun 14th August

The fast of Av (Tisha b’Av) commemorates the destruction of both temples in Jerusalem (by Nebuchadnezzar the Babylonian in 586 BCE – and by Titus the Roman in 70 CE)

Start of fast: Sat 8:36pm
End of fast: Sun 9:21pm

Talk & chanting lamentations (Eichah): 
Saturday 13th 10pm at the Synagogue on Park Row

Afternoon service: 
Sunday 14th 5pm at at the Synagogue on Park Row – including laying tefillin.

Image © Francesco Hayez from Wikipedia.

Maimonides Part 2

Monday 11th April at 7.30pm
Park Row Synagogue
Admission free.

Moses Maimonides Part II

Rabbi Mark Daniels will be delivering the second of his talks on Monday evening on the works of Moses Maimonides, where he will be examining sections of the Rambam’s magnum opus on Jewish law and philosophy, The Mishneh Torah.

Written over 900 years ago, this great work is still regarded as a key text In Jewish studies.

This class is suitable for adults at every level of knowledge. Everyone welcome.

Refreshments will be provided.

Matza, Maror & Music

Sunday 10th April from
12.30 – 4pm
£5 per adult

A series of talks from some of the brightest sparks from The Judith Lady Montefiore College

Subjects include:
• History of the Seder
• Bread of affliction
• Modern day meaning of the Exodus from Egypt
• Music of Pesach and the Haggadah
• Jewish liberation theology
• Pesach Kashering

Timetable of events to be confirmed. For more information please contact our Rabbi here.