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Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Video Rabbi Marcus – Emor

This week’s Sidra is made up of 4 Chapters covering various subjects. The first two Chapters focus on the Cohanim including the rules of mourning if a death…

Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Video Rabbi Marcus – Kedoshim

  This week’s Sedra is Kedoshim which means Holiness. The Sedra gives us an insight into the ethical foundations of Judaism and deals with laws such as how…

2nd night Pesach Seder

Just as we are commanded to tell the story of the Exodus from Egypt , I too feel a sense of duty to tell you about our great…

Kids Pre -Pesach Fun

  What a great morning was had by the Sunday before Pesach. With Pesach only hours away, we launched into a host of Pesach activities with kids of…

Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Video Rabbi Marcus – Acharei Mot

This week’s Sedra is Acharei Mot. We learn of the meticulous preparation of the Cohen Gadol — High Priest – and the procedure he followed on Yom Kippur…

Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Video Rabbi Marcus – Metzora

This week’s Sidra continues with the subject of TZARA’AT – the physical manifestation of a spiritual malaise, which was diagnosed by the Cohanim (priests) who were entrusted also…

A Musical Night to Remember

There were two significant events that happened in London last night. One was the LBC Leaders debate where polls suggested a Farage victory and the more important event being…

Photograph of Barry Marcus - Rabbi Video Rabbi Marcus – Tazria

  This week’s Sedra is called Tazria. The Sedra continues with the theme of holiness and purity and in particular with the affliction known as Tzara’at. Tzara’at is…

Purim the festival of “Lots”

Lost of food, lots of music, lots of Megillah, lots and lots of drink, lots of noise, lots of people, lots of fun, lots of community and of…

Passover plate n the table with a glass of wine Countdown to Pesach

Pesach Passover commemorates when God freed the Jews from slavery in Egypt. The first two days and last two days are called Yom Tov, and the middle four…

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