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Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Video Rabbi Marcus – Vayigash

The story of Joseph continues in this week’s sedra.  Joseph finally admits to his true identity and although the brothers expected retribution, Joseph shows only kindness and forgiveness…

Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Video Rabbi Marcus – Miketz

This week’s sedra continues with the story of Joseph in Egypt and his elevation in status from being in jail to becoming Viceroy of Egypt having correctly interpreted…

Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Rabbi Marcus – Vayeshev

Rabbi Marcus summarises this week’s sedra, Vayeshev, which includes the famous stories of Joseph, one of the 12 sons of Jacob.

HET Regional Ambassadors meet in London

Emma Raynor: Regional Ambassadors meet in London Thursday, 07 November 2013 Emma Raynor, one of the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Regional Ambassadors, on what the group achieved during their…

Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Video Rabbi Marcus – Vayishlach

Vayishlach means ‘and he sent’, referring to the messengers that Yaakov sent ahead of him to Israel to meet his brother Esav before his planned return to the…

Comedy Central

Come and join us on 28th November for an evening of Comedy  starring Daniel Cainer “Hot Off The Back Of The Edinburgh Festival”. To book tickets please call…

The ‘weight’ is over!

For some time now I have been feeling more and more like Luciano Pavaroti. No, I don’t think I sing  like he did, but I’m afraid that I…

Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Video Rabbi Marcus – Vayetze

Rabbi Marcus summarises the sedra of Vayetze.  Yaakov leaves his homeland to escape his brother Esav’s wrath and journeys towards Lavan’s house where he meets his beloved Rachel….

Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Video Rabbi Marcus – Toldot

This week’s Sedra, Toldot, means ‘Generations’ and includes the famous stories of Isaac and Rebecca’s twin sons, Jacob and Esau and their struggles within the family.