Past Events – Marom

Purim

Purim is a joyous festival that commemorates the salvation of the Jewish people in ancient Persia, as told in the Book of Esther (Megillah) which is read during the holiday. It is a time to remember and celebrate the triumph of good over evil and to be with friends and family. Giving gifts, helping those… Continue reading Purim

PURIM EN BENEI – BA ARGENTINA

PURIM 🎭 Se acerca un hermoso momento para volver a encontrarnos! Celebramos la alegría, festejamos el orgullo por la identidad de nuestro pueblo. El LUNES 6/3 a las 19 hs, vení a Benei para leer juntos la Meguilá y disfrutar de la representación de esta historia tan importante, música y disfraces 🎉 Algo más! Tambien… Continue reading PURIM EN BENEI – BA ARGENTINA

PURIM EN ERETZ 🇮🇱✨🎉

Vení a una noche con aire de Oriente, gente piola, tragos, cool music y rica comida. Cuándo? Martes 7/3, a las 20hs si, sabemos que purim es el Lunes, pero nosotros decidimos moverlo al martes porque el que es campeón festeja cuando quiere 😎😎 Dónde? Eretz Cantina Israelí, que abre su nuevo local que la ROMPE. Una noche… Continue reading PURIM EN ERETZ 🇮🇱✨🎉

Purim carnival

Ladies and Gentlemen!.....I’ll let you in on a little secret! It’s a Purim carnival, the first of its kind! Leil Shushan Purim- 7.3.23- at Agron 4 Ecstatic Dancing Tisch with uplifting singing Bar with pre purchase Chai Shop Preformers in disguise A place to learn Torah Secrets A chill environment till the morning light How… Continue reading Purim carnival

Leadership for Europe part 6 Communication in the times of interaction.

  The program proposed by Masorti Europe to the Masorti European Jewish Communities. Goals of the program: To improve the way our communities are led. To learn together. To strengthen the links between Community leaders. Addressed to: Active and motivated members of the board of Masorti communities from across Europe. Also, for those that are… Continue reading Leadership for Europe part 6 Communication in the times of interaction.

Leadership for Europe part 7 Fund raising – friend raising.

The program proposed by Masorti Europe to the Masorti European Jewish Communities. Goals of the program: To improve the way our communities are led. To learn together. To strengthen the links between Community leaders. Addressed to: Active and motivated members of the board of Masorti communities from across Europe. Also, for those that are new… Continue reading Leadership for Europe part 7 Fund raising – friend raising.

Pesach

Passover 2023 starts at sundown on Wednesday, April 5, and ends on Thursday night, April 13, or Wednesday, April 12 depending on the family tradition. The first Passover seder occurs on the evening of April 5, and the second Passover seder occurs on the evening of April 6.

Yom HaShoa

Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day (Yom Hashoah in Hebrew) is a national day of commemoration in Israel, on which the six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust are memorialized. It is a solemn day, beginning at sunset on the 27th of the month of Nisan and ending the following evening, according to the traditional… Continue reading Yom HaShoa

Leadership for Europe part 8 Where do we move from here?

The program proposed by Masorti Europe to the Masorti European Jewish Communities. Goals of the program: To improve the way our communities are led. To learn together. To strengthen the links between Community leaders. Addressed to: Active and motivated members of the board of Masorti communities from across Europe. Also, for those that are new… Continue reading Leadership for Europe part 8 Where do we move from here?

Memorial Day

Memorial Day In Israel, also known as Yom HaZikaron, is observed on the 4th of the Hebrew month Iyar and falls between April and May in the Western Gregorian calendar. This year it is observed on the eve of April 24 till sunset on April 25. It is a national remembrance day in Israel dedicated… Continue reading Memorial Day

Yom Haatzmaut

יום העצמאות Yom Ha'atzmaut, lit. "Day of Independence" is the national day of Israel, commemorating the Israeli Declaration of Independence in 1948. The day is marked by official and unofficial ceremonies and observances.