Opening of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews and invitation to an exhibition at the Warsaw Jewish Community
On 28th October 2014, the main exhibition finally opens at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. We are proud to witness such an important event especially, when the members of our community have contributed so much into creating this exhibition. We are also very happy to invite all the Museum visitors to 6 Twarda Street, where in early November we will open an exhibition devoted to the present life and activities of the Jewish community in Warsaw.
Statemant and prayer after murder of Eyal, Gild and Naftali
We, the Jewish Community of Poland, join together with the rest of the Jewish world and with all those people who are outraged at the murder of three youth. Yet, here in Poland, we have an additional responsibility to remember, mourn and warn the world concerning the execution of Jews. We have lost too many Jews to hatred. Enough! No person with any sense of morality can permit the world to return to normal until the world will not accept the murder of Jews as normal.
Tonight (1.07.2014) at 7 pm people of Warsaw of good will gather to pray and to mourn the murder of three Jewish youth.
Kiddush in honor of Warsaw’s Chevra Kadisha
Kiddush in honor of Warsaw’s Chevra Kadisha.
In the past, present and future.
On the 7th of Adar God buried Moses.
That day became the “chevra kadisha” day.
You are welcome to join us on the 08.02.2014 (8th of Adar 1), 10.00-12.00, in the Nożyk Synagogue.
Shabbat service, dedicated to Chevra Kadisha members.