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SAUPJ Conference—a short review

Last Shabbat, Bet David had the honour to co-host the SAUPJ Biennial Conference.  It was a great success and we’d like to thank all members of the congregation who helped to make it happen. A special Thank You to Gerald Sobel and his security team, to Antonio Coreejes, Les Taitz, Gail and Roger Scheublé, and our choir.

Rabbi Schell’s sermon from Saturday morning is attached to the Ad Kan and can be downloaded from our website www.betdavid.org.za.

We congratulate Monica Solomon on her re-election as Chair of the SAUPJ and wish her as well all other office bearers in our movement behatzlacha and much success.

Celebrating 85 years of Progressive Judaism. Bet David had the honour to host the SAUPJ Biennial conference last Shabbat, welcoming the Progressive Jewish Community from SA. Rabbi Gilad Kariv (IMPJ) and Monica Solomon
Celebrating 85 years of Progressive Judaism. Bet David had the honour to host the SAUPJ Biennial conference last Shabbat, welcoming the Progressive Jewish Community from SA. Rabbi Gilad Kariv (IMPJ) and Monica Solomon

 

Thank you

  • To the sponsors of the l’chaim:
    Eric Milner in honour of his father,  Ben Milner’s 89th birthday;
    and Monica Solomon with thanks to the Bet David members for their support during the past 2 years whilst chair of the Movement.
  • To Hester Hollander and Theresa Sobel for sponsoring the Brocha after the Shavuot
    morning service in honour of their graduation of the Adult Bat Mitzvah programme.
  • Yahrzeit Donations
    Geoff van Flymen in memory of his late sister, Lesley van Flymen
    Pat van Flymen in memory of her late mother, Nan Cohen
    Ron and Michelle Klipin in memory of Dr Leslie Reichman
    Gail Scheuble in memory of Joe Helfer

 

 

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