29 March och Saturday, 30 March
our family-friendly PJS weekend with rabbincal student Peter
Luijendijk* from London.
PSALM 23, a funerary Psalm or a song of resistance?
We’ll be reading this Psalm through different lenses.
How the perception of a text we know so well, can change
when circumstances change.
*Peter is a third year
rabbinical student at Leo Baeck College, London and is completing
a PhD in Holocaust literature at the University of Amsterdam.
Peter has been an active member of the Amsterdam progressive
synagogue for many years and is currently doing a rabbinic
traineeship at the Rotterdam progressive synagogue in The
Services will be
led by Peter Luijendik together with
Avital Shein and our musicians.
Musician: David Francisco
Our traditional PJS
Potluck dinner of vegetarian, fish or milk dishes.
Adults over 18 years old, pay 50sek
for drinks and single-use items.
morning service with additional song and musik.
Musician: Nathaniel Glasser
Kiddush together with the great Synogogue.
shiur/seminarium discussing the weekend's theme.
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evening service, 5.30-7pm
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