FAST OF AV

Motzei Shabbat 10 - Sunday 11 August

This year, make it meaningful

The Fast of Av is the saddest day in the Jewish calendar. It's not only an opportunity to explore and discuss difficult and painful subjects: hatred, anti-semitism, suffering and persecution, but also a day to ask ourselves how we can build a better future.

JLE is honoured and privileged that international lecturer, Rabbi Yossi Cohen will be our scholar in residence over the fast of Av. 

The JLE has a full day programme of lectures, video presentations, classes and workshops.

More info to follow soon

Suggested donation for attending afternoon program: £5

Saturday, 10 August 2019

8.32pm

8.32pm

Fast begins
8.35pm
MW

8.35pm

Jerusalem: The World of Achdut
Rabbi Yossi  Cohen
9.34pm

9.34pm

Evening Service / Shabbat Ends. Followed by Eicha

Sunday, 11 August 2019

8.15am

8.15am

Morning Service
9.15am
MW

9.15am

Explanatory Kinnot
11.45am

11.45am

Megillat Eicha
12.30pm
M

12.30pm

Tisha B'Av in the Eyes of the Talmud
Rabbi Moishe  Brandeis
12.30pm
MW

12.30pm

Churban and Silence
Rabbi Aubrey  Hersh
1.06pm

1.06pm

Chatzot - Halachic Midday
3.40pm
MW

3.40pm

Film
4.30pm
MW

4.30pm

Film: The Ones Who Survived
5.30pm
MW

5.30pm

Insights
Reb Ivan  Ziskind
5.30pm
MW

5.30pm

Making Jerusalem Part of My Daily Life
Rabbi Danny  Kirsch
6.30pm
M

6.30pm

Tisha B'Av in the Eyes of the Talmud
Rabbi Dovid  Sulzbacher
6.30pm
MW

6.30pm

The Prolonged Journey Home
Rabbi Yossi  Cohen
6.30pm
MW

6.30pm

Why Comfort on Such an Uncomfortable Day?
Rabbi DovBer  Cowan
7.35pm

7.35pm

Afternoon Service (Don't forget your tefillin)
8.15pm
MW

8.15pm

Finding Nechama Within Exile
Rabbi Yossi  Cohen
9.15pm

9.15pm

Evening Service
9.18pm

9.18pm

Fast ends

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