Raise money for Bet Tikvah while you shop!

Bet Tikvah is a registered charity and
is affiliated to Liberal Judaism



Members and supporters can raise money for the synagogue when buying goods or services online.

All you have to do is log on to: http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/

Register on the site and select 'Bet Tikvah Synagogue ' as your chosen cause.

Search for your favourite online stores - there are hundreds to choose from and go shopping!

For every order you place the synagogue will receive a donation from the store. It costs you nothing.





What's On At East London and Essex Liberal Synagogue




This website is no longer active.

On 1st January 2017, Bet Tikvah Synagogue joined with Woodford Liberal Synagogue to become East London and Essex Liberal Synagogue. To find out more about the new synagogue go to eastlondonandessexliberalsynagogue.org



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Sunday, 26th February 2017: Members Meeting, 10.30am for 11am at Perrymans Farm Road. Further details and agenda to be announced.

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Inaugural Services of 
East London and Essex Liberal Synagogue

Friday, 6th January: Evening service at Perrymans Farm Road commencing at 8pm.

Saturday, 7th January: Shabbat morning service at Marlborough Road commencing at 10.30am.

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Saturday, 7th January: Start of new cheder term at Marlborough Road. Classes begin at 10.20am.

Wednesday, 11th January: Karen Pollock and Nigel Winehouse will be appearing as contestants on Eggheads. 6pm on BBC2.

Wednesday, 11th January: Start of new Kedem term at Perrymans Farm Road. 8pm-10pm.


Sunday, 19th February: Inaugural Welcome Afternoon Tea for all members at Perrymans Farm Road. An invitation with further details will be sent out soon.

Every Sunday: Introduction to Hebrew reading. Perrymans Farm Road, 10am to 12 noon.


Goods For Good: We are collecting clothes and blankets to help Jewish communities in Eastern Europe and refugees fleeing war torn regions. For more information about the work of Goods For Good visit their website at www.goodsforgood.org.uk


Easy Fund Raising: Help keep subscriptions down. If you shop online, then sign up to Easy Fund Raising and raise money for Bet Tikvah. All you have to do is log on to www.easyfundraising.org.uk/

Once you have registered on the site, enter ‘Bet Tikvah Synagogue’ as your chosen charity/cause. Then search for online stores and go shopping as usual. Debenhams, Marks and Spencer, John Lewis, BHS and Sainsbury are just some of the many stores that will donate a percentage of the purchase cost to Bet Tikvah every time you buy an item via the Easy Fundraising site. It costs you nothing extra and it really is a very easy way to raise money for the synagogue.

Hall Hire: The Bet Tikvah Functions Hall is available for hire. Click here for details.

TwitterBet Tikvah has a Twitter Account. If you want to follow, be followed or reply to the Bet Tikvah chat go to https://twitter.com/Bet_Tikvah_Syn


Other Announcements

Now on until 26th February 2017: Shaping Ceramics: From Lucie Rie to Edmund de Waal. New exhibition at the Jewish Museum. In the mid 20th century Jewish √©migr√© ceramicists revolutionised British studio pottery, importing modernist ideas from central Europe and creating work that was sleek, sophisticated and cosmopolitan. 

Explore the work of these pioneering ceramicists and their influence on subsequent generations of ceramics artists whose Jewish heritage has shaped their work.

New Social Group: Redbridge United Synagogue's Welfare Committee is aiming to establish a new social group for Jewish adults aged 25 years to 39 years with various needs, including learning disabilities. See below for further details.


Sunday, 15th January: Sukkat Shalom celebrates the 60th Anniversary of Leo Baeck College. See below for details.


Sunday, 5th February: Yom Ha'Atzmaut Quiz at Chigwell and Hainault Synagogue. See below for more information.



Tuesday, 28th February - Tuesday, 7th March 2017: Visit to Israel. See below for more information.


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LJY-NETZER ISRAEL TOUR


17 July - 8 August 2017

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Don't miss out on the trip of a lifetime!

So much more than a holiday, Israel Tour is an inspirational month exploring every corner of Israel. A chance to gain friends that 
will last a lifetime, pray, play and learn.

Whether or not you've been to Israel before, Tour is the perfect opportunity to discover a fascinating country as well as developing your leadership skills and meeting loads of new people. Generations of sixteen year olds across the UK have gone on Israel Tour and said it was the most amazing summer of their lives!


Click here to register

Contact: Hannah by email or at 020 7580 1663
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First Thursday of Every Month: Support for people in a caring role at Jewish Care. See below for details.





Leo Baeck College

Learn from the comfort of your home!

Leo Baeck College invites you to sign up for one (or more) of its five live ON-LINE courses as part of the Lehrhaus, its Adult Jewish Learning Programme. All courses are taught by its outstanding faculty.

Our ON-LINE courses for SPRING 2017 are:

1 Feb to 1 Mar 7.30 –9.00pm
Jewish family in the shadow of the Holocaust - Dr Joanna Michlic
4 weeks, Wednesday evenings (Note: no class 15 Feb)

7 Feb to 28 Feb 7.30 –9.00pm
Pinchas the Zealot: Violence in rabbinic sources and the modern world - Dr Laliv Clenman
4 weeks, Tuesday evenings

9 Mar to 30 Mar 7.30 –9.00pm
Jews and popular music - Dr Keith Kahn-Harris
4 weeks, Thursday evenings

26 Apr to 17 May 7.30 –9.00pm
The mystical retelling of the Bible -Dr Alinda Damsma
4 weeks, Wednesday evenings

2 May to 23 May 7.30–9.00pm
Is Antisemitism a real threat in contemporary Europe? Dr Joanna Michlic
4 weeks, Tuesday evenings

For full descriptions, GMT times and prices of each course please go to: