This week’s community news are a big THANK YOU to all who donated towards the Kehillah Omer Project. Toda Raba! Your support enables Kehillah to keep their feeding scheme running, feeding nearly 200 kids every school day.

  • Madeleine & Carol Hicklin
  • Theresa & Gerald Sobel
  • Stephen & Myrna Margo
  • Adrianne Yates
  • Ruth Wallach
  • Simon Dimant
  • Rabbi Adrian & Chayim Schell
  • Gail Saul
  • Antonio Coreejes
  • Brett & Vanessa Steingo
  • Barry & Val Sinclair
  • Deborah Isaacs
  • Louise Isaacs
  • Len & Lali Gerber
  • Cynthia Rosen
  • Jean Weinstein
  • Margaret Fish
  • Tally Farber
  • John Brittan
  • The Alexander Family
  • Roger & Gail Scheuble
  • Les & Sid Cohn
  • The Borstein Family
  • Claire Milson & Greg Meyerowitz
  • Marilyn & Peter Trujillo
  • Jason, Cameron, Olivia and Helen Pretorius
  • Candice Smith
  • Tanya Meyerowitz
  • Anonymous

If we have omitted any names, please inform the office as we one of the sign up sheets did go missing and we would love to acknowledge your donation.

The next food collection for the feeding scheme is Sunday 2 July  at PnP South Road and Morningside. To help for about one hour call Lesley 083 2366823.

 

 

 

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Rabbi Schell


Rabbi Adrian Michael Schell is Bet David’s rabbi since 2014. Rabbi Schell was ordained from the Abraham Geiger College, Potsdam/Berlin in Germany. Born and raised in Germany, he worked as a bookseller and key account manager in Munich, before deciding on a career change to the rabbinate. Having worked in a number of Progressive congregations in Germany and abroad during his rabbinic training, which included a year at the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem, he worked as well as the national youth director (Rosh Netzer Germany) for the Progressive Jewish movement in Germany (UpJ) and served the Progressive Jewish congregation in Hamelin, Germany as Rabbi, before his move to Johannesburg. Contact: rabbi.schell@betdavid.org.za Please contact Glynnis to make an appointment Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RabbiAdrianSchell


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