Lincolnshire Jewish Community


Ritual: Liberal

Status: Active

Our community is based in Jews Court on Steep Hill in Lincoln city.

A book shop is downstairs and the synagogue is located on the first floor and has been for the past 23 years.
Jews Court is a Grade I listed 14th century building located on Steep Hill in Lincoln.
Traditionally thought to be on the site of a Medieval Synagogue, the oldest in the British Isles.
A Norman building immediately above Jew’s House, dated between 1150 and 1180 and is probably the only standing medieval synagogue in England.
It is thought to have been used as a synagogue until the expulsion of the entire Jewish community from England in 1290.

The Lincoln(shire) Jewish Community was founded in 1992 and is now the only Synagogue in Lincoln, holding regular Shabbat and Erev Shabbat services supported by our wonderful Cantor/Rabbi.

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Two alerts from our very own Klezmer musicians from the Klezmer Group of garden party fame who are giving concerts over the next few weeks:

Jonathan Rider is performing in "3 piece suite" - Sally Cookson and Jonthan Rider (flutes) and James Fox (piano) playing Handel, Cimarosa and Doppler on Saturday 7th October, 7 pm at Clarborough Church, DN22 9NQ

Enzo Puzzuvio is giving lute and mandolin concert performances over the next weeks (see posters):

October 18th Lecture recital ‘The Lute and its Cousins’ at St. Mary Magdalene Church, Bailgate Lincoln. 19.30 start (solo show with seven instruments) (we plan to go to this!)
November 8th Louth Library, lunchtime concert (Duo Piccolo e Grande) 12.30 start
November 8th Scotter Church, evening concert (Duo Piccolo e Grande) 19.30 start
November 9th Reepham Church, evening concert (Duo Piccolo e Grande) 19.30 start

Listen to the youtube clips:

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I'm planning to this - part of the heritage open day festival. If anyone else interested we'll see you there!

This talk by Prof. Richard Lance Keeble at St. Mary le Wigford Church will examine the reasons why journalist and novelist George Orwell chose to live with beggars and exhamine his "Down and Out in Paris and London" (1933) as a complex mix of reportage, memior, sociological inquiry and fiction. Friday 8th of September 7:00pm to 9:00pm.
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