‘Kashrut – Food for the Soul’ – 3rd July

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‘Kashrut – Food for the Soul’

Thursday 3rd July, 7.30pm

Guest Speaker: Rabbi Dr Raphael Zarum.

Why can’t I have a milkshake after my burger?

Join us for this informative session exploring the meaning of the laws of Kashrut.

Part of our  ‘A Practical Guide to Judaism’ lecture series.

Tickets: £10

Call the Shul Office on 020 7580 1355 or to book online click here.

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