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Rabbi Benjy's Induction

 

On 15th March 2015 Rabbi Benhy Simmonds was inducted as the Rabbi of Stenecourt in the presence of the Chief Rabbi, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis.

The event was preceded by a very special Shabbos, with Friday night dinner for the community in the Shul Hall which was attended by over 270 people.

Click the image below to see some photos from the Induction and of the preparations for the Friday night dinner.

Click here to view the photo album on Stenecourt's Facebook page

 

Click the image below to hear Rabbi Benjy's Drosha at the induction

The sound quality isn't quite as good as I would have liked,
you may have to turn your speakers up a little.

 

Click here to listen to Rabbi Benjy's Drosha from the Induction

 

Click the image below to hear The Chief Rabbi's Drosha at the induction

The sound quality isn't quite as good as I would have liked,
you may have to turn your speakers up a little.

Click here to listen to The Chief Rabbi's drosha at the Induction

Mon, 26/06/17 | 2 Tammuz 5777

 Shabbat Korach

Shabbat begins at 9:27pm

Candle lighting is between 7:56 pm and 8:05 pm

Shabbat ends 11:00 pm


SHABBAT SHALOM

 

 

 

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