We’re excited that today we received news that we are registered with the Charities Commission and are now a Charitable Company. Our work continues to grow and our plans for the coming months are exciting. We’ll be able to announce September’s programme very soon. It will include sessions for parents, year long courses, developing Talmud skills and an exciting possibility just discussed today – watch this space!
Please register for our events in May and June which are on the website.
In the meantime, here is a guide we wrote for families daunted by the prospect of leading the Pesach Seder for the first time:
If you’re looking for good haggadot (the guidebook for seder night) here are a three options of many:
Haggadah B’chol dor vador – Published by Liberal Judaism – contains the Liberal Haggadah in one direction, children’s haggadah for pre-readers and early years from the other end of the book!
Haggadateinu – Published by the Movement for Reform Judaism
The Schechter Haggadah – Published by the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies – a brilliant piece of scholarship is contained in this by Dr Josh Kulp. A timeless resource for those looking for a serious piece of learning about the historical origins of the text of the haggadah. Also contains images of some wonderful illuminated manuscripts.
Finally, search for Haggadah Supplements 2016 and you’ll find no end of extra/alternative materials to use.