The Killing Fields Lecture – 20th November 2014

The Killing Fields Lecture copyThe Killing Fields Lecture

Thursday 20th November, 7pm

Guest Speaker: Maureen Kendler

Join us for this thrilling lecture as Maureen explores what happens when Biblical brothers go out into the field? They kill each other, it seems- (but sisters don’t.) What is the “field”- what does it mean to be out there? Should they have stayed indoors…?

7:00pm Refreshments

7:30pm Lecture

Tickets £10

To book your place please call 020 7580 1355 or email bookings@centralsynagogue.org.uk

To book online please click here.

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