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Our Community

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For details regarding High Holy Days (services, tickets for non-members, and beneficiaries for the appeal), please see the following link

Rabbi Mark Solomon recently addressed the Scottish Parliament, surveying 200 years of Jewish life in Edinburgh and the proposed new Scottish Jewish Cultural Centre. Read about it here: link

One can read about the war-time history of Jews in Leicester in a book ("Jewish Voices") by a member of our community (Ros Adam): click here

 

Neve Shalom

Our community name, Neve Shalom, means oasis of peace and is a tribute to the village near Jerusalem known as Neve Shalom/Wahat al Salam in which Jewish and Palestinian-Arab citizens of Israel live together to create harmony and diversity. The life of that village is a constant source of inspiration and a beacon of hope for peace.

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Our Rabbi

Rabbi Mark Solomon officiates on a part time basis sharing his duties with Edinburgh Liberal Jewish Community (Sukkat Shalom). As well as leading services and running an educational programme he is able to provide pastoral support and advice.

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How to find us

The synagogue is in a conservation area of Leicester and can be found at 24 Avenue Road, Leicester, LE2 3EA. It is situated within easy access of the railway station, the A6 and M1.

The synagogue is fully accessible to disabled persons; there is on street parking with no restrictions and seats for 80-90 people.

If you would like to become involved in our community contact the Chairperson.