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Welcome to Southgate Progressive Synagogue.
We are a lively and friendly community in North London with a thriving youth culture and an emphasis on family and friends living and learning together.
Family Service & Morning Coffee

Saturday 21st May 2016
Coffee Morning at 9.30am & Family Service at 11am
With Ruach and LJY-Netzer


Please come and join us

Tots Services

Welcome anyone from 0 to 99 years for an informal short service with our Rabbi.

Please click on
SERVICES for the next TOTS service.
Access to Judaism with Rabbi Yuval
Tuesday evenings between
8.00 p.m. and 10.00 p.m.

8.00-8.50 - Access to Judaism
8.50-9.10 - Break
9.10-10.00 - Hebrew


Sessions are free for members of Southgate Progressive Synagogue and proselytes.

Everyone welcome.

There may be an occasional charge for study material and photocopies.

For more details please click on adult education or contact Rabbi Yuval Keren:
rabbi@sps.uk.com.
Tel: 020 8886 0050

Pet service Shabbat
In the grounds of the synagogue

to acknowledge the role that pets play in our lives and we play in theirs as their guardians.
Service led by Stacey Shurlin.

Please bring your pets (4 legged/2 winged friends) in cages or on leads.

dogs • cats • rabbits • hamsters • guinea pigs • parrots • etc. All are welcome. (No reptiles or arachnids please).

The Pet Service will run concurrently (weather permitting) with the main Shabbat morning service.
Pet service Shabbat

Our Rabbi

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Rabbi Yuval Keren was born in Ashkelon, Israel. He later studied in an Orthodox Yeshivah and in a secular Kibbutz. He joined the Israeli army where he served in the prestigious Golani Brigade for three years. After his release from the army Rabbi Keren was the manager of two successful dairies, at Kibbutz Regavim and at the Reform Kibbutz Yahel.

He came to Britain in 1993 and qualified as a computer systems analyst at the University of the West of England. Following graduation he obtained employment as a management consultant with Deloitte & Touche, one of the most prestigious global accounting and management consulting firms.

Rabbi Keren began his studies at the Leo Baeck College in 2004. He obtained a first-class Bachelor’s degree in Hebrew and Jewish Studies in 2007 and a Masters Degree with distinction in 2009. He received his Rabbinic ordination at the west London synagogue in July 2009.

Joining Hendon Reform Synagogue in 2008 as a Student Rabbi he remained for another three years as a part of the Rabbinic team. Rabbi Keren has been serving our community since July 2012.

With a wide range and many years of Rabbinic, business and communications skills and experience Rabbi Keren provides spiritual leadership and support for our community. He promotes Jewish wisdom, encourages learning and supports our community members in good and bad times. He has a strong commitment to studying and teaching Judaism. Rabbi Keren is passionate about his homeland, Israel, and is a supporter of Israel and the efforts to bring together the hearts and minds of Israelis and Palestinians.

He is committed to the principles of Liberal Judaism, to modernity, equality, ethics and a greater involvement in the world around us. Since arriving in the UK in 1993, and during his Rabbinic years, he has been actively involved in Jewish education, community leadership, interfaith dialogue and pastoral care. His guiding principles as a Rabbi are the belief in God, and the application of religion with reason.

Rabbi Keren is married and has two children.

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Welcome to Southgate Progressive Synagogue.
We are a lively and friendly community in North London with a thriving youth culture and an emphasis on family and friends living and learning together.
Family Service and Morning Coffee

Saturday 21st May 2016
Coffee Morning at 9.30am & Family Service at 11am
With Ruach and LJY-Netzer

Please come and join us

SPS invite you to a
Bingo Evening

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Tuesday 12th April 2016
8pm

Schindler Hall, 75 Chase Road, Southgate, N14 4QY

£5 per person
to include tea, coffee, cakes and biscuits

Contact: fundraising@sps.uk.com or office@sps.uk.com
Proceeds to SPS

Our Rabbi

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Rabbi Yuval Keren was born in Ashkelon, Israel. He later studied in an Orthodox Yeshivah and in a secular Kibbutz. He joined the Israeli army where he served in the prestigious Golani Brigade for three years. After his release from the army Rabbi Keren was the manager of two successful dairies, at Kibbutz Regavim and at the Reform Kibbutz Yahel.

He came to Britain in 1993 and qualified as a computer systems analyst at the University of the West of England. Following graduation he obtained employment as a management consultant with Deloitte & Touche, one of the most prestigious global accounting and management consulting firms.

Rabbi Keren began his studies at the Leo Baeck College in 2004. He obtained a first-class Bachelor’s degree in Hebrew and Jewish Studies in 2007 and a Masters Degree with distinction in 2009. He received his Rabbinic ordination at the west London synagogue in July 2009.

Joining Hendon Reform Synagogue in 2008 as a Student Rabbi he remained for another three years as a part of the Rabbinic team. Rabbi Keren has been serving our community since July 2012.

With a wide range and many years of Rabbinic, business and communications skills and experience Rabbi Keren provides spiritual leadership and support for our community. He promotes Jewish wisdom, encourages learning and supports our community members in good and bad times. He has a strong commitment to studying and teaching Judaism. Rabbi Keren is passionate about his homeland, Israel, and is a supporter of Israel and the efforts to bring together the hearts and minds of Israelis and Palestinians.

He is committed to the principles of Liberal Judaism, to modernity, equality, ethics and a greater involvement in the world around us. Since arriving in the UK in 1993, and during his Rabbinic years, he has been actively involved in Jewish education, community leadership, interfaith dialogue and pastoral care. His guiding principles as a Rabbi are the belief in God, and the application of religion with reason.

Rabbi Keren is married and has two children.
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Southgate Progressive Synagogue • 75 Chase Road, London, N14 4QY • Tel: 020 8886 0977 • Email: office@sps.uk.com