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Scottish Council of Jewish Communities (SCoJeC)
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities (SCoJeC)
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities (SCoJeC)

 

 
What's On

Please send information of interest to members of the Jewish Communities of Scotland,
such as forthcoming events, or job opportunities to scojec@scojec.org.

Please check with the organiser for any changes of time or login details.

 
Date & Time
Venue or Medium
Contact
Event
 
26 May

1–3pm

 

 
The Helix
Falkirk
 
demi@scojec.org

0141 638 6411

WE ARE SORRY TO ANNOUNCE
THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN

CANCELLED
DUE TO MET OFFICE
WEATHER WARNINGS
LaG b'Omer Family Fun Park Day

Bring your own BBQ

SCoJeC
Bring your own disposable BBQ and food to cook and eat in the park in a community setting to mark LaG B’Omer. Family fun for all with children’s activities too!
Click here to book
28 May
7pm
 
Edinburgh
Granby Rd
and
online
admin@jcc.scot
Cooking Continents: An
International Kosher Cookery Series
Greek Cuisine
with
Makis Tzioras
Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre
A kosher cookery series that brings you Jewish cuisines from around the world. Join in-person for the opportunity to taste the amazing meals created by the chefs themselves, or join online to follow alongside the recipes from home. Ingredient and recipe sheets will be circulated in advance of the sessions for those who want to cook along and will also be available online.
Click here to book
2 June

12pm

 

Glasgow

(venue to be advised after booking)

info@sjac.org.uk
What Will Happen in Scottish and
British Politics Next Year

The Right Honourable Jim Murphy

Scottish Jewish Archives Centre

Jim Murphy was MP for Eastwood and East Renfrewshire from 1997 to 2015. He held Cabinet and Senior Ministerial posts under both Gordon Brown and Tony Blair. He is a trustee of the Foundation for Jewish Heritage, and is on the Advisory Board of the CST.
Click here to book
4 June
7pm
 
Edinburgh
Granby Rd
and
online
admin@jcc.scot
Cooking Continents: An
International Kosher Cookery Series
Israeli Cuisine
with
Merav Harel
Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre
A kosher cookery series that brings you Jewish cuisines from around the world. Join in-person for the opportunity to taste the amazing meals created by the chefs themselves, or join online to follow alongside the recipes from home. Ingredient and recipe sheets will be circulated in advance of the sessions for those who want to cook along and will also be available online.
Click here to book
16 June

2–4pm

 

Glasgow
Scottish Jewish Heritage Centre
info@sjhc.org.uk
Challah and History

SCoJeC
Scottish Jewish Heritage Centre

Come to Garnethill Synagogue where you can learn about Scotland's Jewish history in this family-friendly event. Take part in the 3 x 30 minute sessions where you can create comic strips about your 'Origin Story' with Gathering the Voices, learn about the archives and Scotland's refugee history with the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre, and try making your own Challah bread!
Click here to book
16 June

2.30–5pm

 

Edinburgh
EHC Community Centre
 
Eco Judaism 2024 Awards

Eco Judaism

Presentation of awards, talks by Prof Jonathan Silvertown (Pro Evolutionary Ecology, Edinburgh University), and Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg (founder member, Eco Judaism), followed by a tour of Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation's Biblical Garden 'Stories and Sources'. Refreshments will be served.
Click here to book
18 June
2–4pm

 

Glasgow
Garnethill
 
Garnethill Refugee Trail: Guided Walk

Scottish Jewish Heritage Centre

As part of Refugee Festival Scotland, join our walk that reveals some of the places around the Garnethill area which are connected with Jewish refugees from Nazi Europe – from the flats in which refugee artists lived, to the hostels where children from the Kindertransport stayed.
The walk will take approximately an hour and a quarter (it is hilly in places), and at the end of the walk there will be an opportunity to view the exhibition ‘Scotland a Sanctuary’ at the Scottish Jewish Heritage Centre in Garnethill Synagogue. This exhibition shows how people from all backgrounds throughout Scotland helped those in peril.
Click here to book
23 June

2–4pm

 

Giffnock

 

demi@scojec.org
Cooking with the Community

SCoJeC

Join the talented and experimental chef/teacher, Fabienne Viner Luzzato as she 'Cooks with the Community.' Fabienne, who is French with Tunisian and Italian origins, will teach us how to make an array of dishes close to her heart, with recipes deep in heritage with stories to tell.
You’ll be able to watch Fabienne in action, even help out in the kitchen, try some delicious food and take some fantastic recipes home with you!
The workshop, which will explore Tunisian and Middle Eastern inspired dishes, t will be fully vegetarian.
NB: This workshop uses nuts – please let us know of any allergies.
Click here to book
Note that SCoJeC is not responsible for the content of events other than our own, and that listing on this noticeboard or use of our 'zoom room' does not imply any endorsement of the views presented.
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Volunteering and Job Opportunities
Organisation
Volunteer or Job Opportunity
Contact
Apply by
SCoJeC
SCoJeC Education Ambassador
education@scojec.org
 
Scottish Jewish Heritage Centre
Volunteer School Visit Facilitators, Tour Guides, and Fundraisers
info@sjhc.org.uk
 
Scottish Jewish Archives Centre
Wide range of volunteer opportunities
info@sjac.org.uk
 
Queen's Park Charitable Trust
Light weeding and tidying of the cemetery. Social distancing precautions will be in place
adam@aberkley.com
 

 

   
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