All set for the London Fashion Week Show, Saturday 9th June .. a view rarely seen, as a walkway has been prepared for Sharon Wauchob s business-wear designs to be presented to a large audience. Demonstrating that we are open to all in sharing this glorious place, bringing a hidden gem to new audiences. The Lady Chapel remains open for our cycle of worship.
Yesterday Quakers joined with others to write to the Prime Minister seeking a commitment to stand firm on universal human rights standards as the foundation of a forward-looking UK: Dear Prime Minister, “Today, on Human Rights Day, we celebrate universal human rights. These freedoms, written down after World War II in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, have been brought home through the UK s Human Rights Act and European laws. “We face great constitutional change and uncertainty as your government seeks to navigate taking the UK out of the EU. Now is the time to focus on securing the everyday rights of people across the country. Rather than tampering with our hard-won fundamental freedoms, whether in the Human Rights Act or EU Charter, these legal standards must endure now and post-Brexit. “We ask you to avoid isolation and division, committing instead to stand firm on universal human rights standards as the foundation of a forward-looking ours sincerely, BIHR - The British Institute of Human Rights + 145 others, including Quakers in Britain.
As the 3 weeks begins, The Midrasha is hosting dynamic and inspiring Shiurim with our wonderful educators Lauren Levin, Lindsay Simmonds & special guest Rabbi Anthony Manning. Please see the poster below for more details. We look forward to seeing you there. Mizrachi UK LSJS - London School of Jewish Studies
Light a fire on the inside. Your dream is still alive. You may have tried a year ago, five years ago, forty years ago and it didn’t work out. Nobody helped you, nobody encouraged you. But God is saying to you, “Go back and try again. This is your time. This is your moment. Your destiny is calling out to you.”