Author: Peninnah Pappworth-McAllister

York Jewish Historical Walk
York’s Jewish History On Sunday, 26th August, 2 car loads of Darlington members headed for York (28% of our membership!). Amazingly for this summer it was a sunny day and we [...]
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1st Bar-Mitzvah For 8 Years In Darlington
Joyous first for Darlington Hebrew Congregation Saturday July 14th, 24 Tammuz, saw the very first bar-mitzvah to be celebrated in Darlington since the community moved into the new synagogue some [...]
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Chuppah, First For Darlington’s New Synagogue
On 22nd July, 2012, 3 Av, the Darlington Hebrew Congregation had the great joy of hosting the first chuppah to be celebrated in the new building.  The community were joined by [...]
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Visit of Dr Roderic Vassie To Darlington Synagogue (check)
Last shabbat, Darlington had a return visit from the Iman who sponsored my visit to his prison in Barnard Castle. He addressed the congregation (which included some NRSers as well) [...]
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Two Exciting Firsts For Darlington In July 2012
On a visit to the Jewish Museum, Rabbi Barbara Borts was horrified to discover Darlington listed as a defunct community. Darlington Hebrew Congregation has not closed and is alive, lively [...]
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AGM And Council Meeting
RABBI BARBARA BORTS AGM REPORT DARLINGTON HEBREW CONGREGATION – 2012 It is a pleasure to give this, my first AGM report to Darlington. I have now been your rabbinical consultant [...]
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Last Service In Blackpool
On Sunday 13th May 2012, I was privileged to attend the last service at Blackpool United Hebrew Congregation. The number of Orthodox Jews in Blackpool has dwindled in recent years [...]
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Movement For Reform Judaism Biennial Conference (check)
News‎ > ‎ posted 15 Apr 2012, 02:16 by Peninnah Pappworth-McAllister   [ updated 7 Aug 2012, 06:36]
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