WE WERE THERE TOO WW1 COMMEMORATION
The final Sunday in October saw an appreciative Princes Road audience of more than 200 people enjoy one of the UK's most engaging and deeply passionate performers return to Liverpool after playing the Phil earlier in the year.
STATEMENT RE KOSHER MEAT SUPPLY
Session 3: 'Morality and the Common Good' & Jacob’s family Odyssey 02.12.2020 at 7pm
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In Memory of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks: Reading Scripture for Contemporary Relevance
By Rabbi Ariel Abel CF
RABBI ABEL’S INDUCTION
Keith James' distinctive take on the iconic and unique Cohen - whose passing in 2016 was mourned across the globe - featured songs such as Famous Blue Raincoat, Sisters of Mercy, Suzanne and Hallelujah, along with Poems by Federico Garcia Lorca - said to be Cohen's greatest influence - which Keith himself set to music. Thanks to him and all involved for a wonderful evening,
PICTURES AND VIDEO : Alan Humphreys
All religious services have been suspended: Princes Road shul will not be open on any Shabbat or Yom Tov until further notice.
Please note that we have a re-direction on the Shul’s telephone number and address and all queries will be dealt with in the normal way.
Please be assured that these measures are temporary and it is our unquestionable intention to resume all holding services and other events as soon as safely possible.
The EGM and AGM, both set for Sunday 29 March, have been postponed. You will all be given due notice of the new date when it is set.
The Liverpool Mozart Orchestra concert booked for the evening of Sunday 29 March has been postponed. A decision will be made in due course about the Sherry Dolls concert booked for Sunday 28 June.
* pictures c/o Rena Pearl *
On Sunday 25th November Rabbi Ariel Abel CF LLM LPC was inducted as rabbi of the Princes Road synagogue.
The induction address was given by the Principle Jewish Chaplain to HM Forces, Rabbi Reuben Livingstone CF LLM. Rabbi Livingstone conveyed best wishes to Rabbi Abel from the Chief Rabbi, Ephraim Mirvis and the Chaplain General, Padre Jonathan Gough.
In his response, Rabbi Abel outlined a four-part vision for the synagogue, proposing its role in the wider community. After the service, led by the congregation’s Chazan Edward Marks, the crowd were entertained to a reception in the annexe.