Yam Hazikaron/Yom Ha’atmaunt @ Central Synagogue -Press Release

Central Synagogue held a successful Yom Hazikaron/Yom Ha’atzmaut event on Tuesday evening 25th April at the Shul. It was extremely well attended with Shul members and guests who were entertained by Chazan Steven Leas with a mixture of Israel songs and traditional Jewish melodies.

The meal and entertainment were preceded by a moving service in the main Synagogue addressed by Rabbi Barry Lerer who spoke emotionally about the recent tragedy afflicting the Dee family and significance of the State of Israel. In addition, there were readings by Central Youth members, Isabel Gishen and Isaac Halamish.

Rabbi Lerer said “a thoroughly entertaining and meaningful occasion enjoyed by all”.

Mervyn Druian, Central Chairman added “an excellent evening indicating the strength and warmth of our community”.

Central Synagogue looks forward to holding further events of this nature. It has embarked on an active programme of cultural events on topics of Jewish interest in its “Talks of Interest” and “Kiddush Talk” programme.

Information about all events can be found on the Central Synagogue website www.centralsynagogue.org.uk .

For further information please contact the Central Synagogue on bookings@centralsynagogue.org.uk

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