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Rabbi Shmuli & Rivkie Pink moved to Leicester in 2001. Together with their 10 children, they are proving themselves a formidable team, bringing a vibrancy to the Leicester Hebrew Congregation, with their endless energy and joy.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • Is It OK to Swim on Shabbat?It was scorching hot this past Shabbat, and we were wondering if we were allowed to go swimming in... Read More
  • From Rapper to RabbiAn interview with Rabbi Motti and Rochel Flickstein about their incredible journey towards Jewish... Read More
  • 16 Kaddish Facts Every Jew Should KnowGet to know one of Judaism’s best-known but least-understood texts. Read More
  • You Will SurviveMr. Israel Adamski grew up in Dniepropetrovsk, Ukraine, and attended underground Torah classes... Read More
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In Judaism, the natural and the miraculous are not a dichotomy
An unexpected find reveals another story of Soviet oppression
I didn't intend to like Colin, to dip my toes into the forbidden waters of the non-Jew. After all, I grew up deeply religious my whole life, in strong deference to the traditions imparted from my parents and grandparents...
It was scorching hot this past Shabbat, and we were wondering if we were allowed to go swimming in the nearby lake to cool ourselves off. What is the halachah?
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A teacher must provide every child a moment of quietness at the beginning of each day. Just to think. What will the child think? That is something the teacher must not say. Perhaps the child will ask Mom and Dad, or...
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