Shabbat Sh’mini @ Bet David

This Shabbat learning is back at Bet David. After the Pesach break Cheder resumes its classes and the Torah study groups is back as well. Netzer will have its second Netzer Night this coming Friday at 18.00.

We ask all congregants and friends to join us for the Yom HaShoah memorial ceremony at West Park Cemetery this Sunday at 10.00 for 10.30

  • Friday 21 April:
    *Kabbalat Shabbat Service (18:00)
    *Kids’ Club Activities (18:00)
    * Netzer Night (18:00)
  • Saturday 22 April:
    *Cheder Term 2 begins (8:30)
    *Torah breakfast (8:45)
    *Shabbat Morning
    Service (10:00)
    *Youth Service & Activities (10:00)
  • Sunday/Monday 23/24 April:
    * 10.00 Yom Hashoah


Yom Hashoah this year will be held in 2 parts.  The first part, `Reflections’ will include an extract from the play `Boys from the Ashes’, the King David Victory Park Choir and a performance of Eli Eli by Debbie Joffe.

The second part, `Memories’ will include a testimony by Holocaust Survivor, Don Krausz, who was born in the Netherlands and at age 14 he was sent to Ravensbruck and then to Sachsenhausen.  As the Russians approached, he was forced to participate in the horrific `Death March’. Don has devoted his life to sharing his story with school groups.








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