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We are very happy to have Hector Lopez as EFD-intern with us from September 2014 until August 2015.

Hello!
I am Hector Lopez from Malaga (Spain) and I am doing my EVS (European Voluntary Service), since September of 2014 until August of 2015, at the New Synagogue in Berlin.  I studied Spanish law until 2013 then I moved to England (Brighton) before arriving at Berlin.
I am keen on travelling, meeting new people, learning new things so that, due to this, I am happy to be part of the Synagogue Oranienburger Strasse´s team and to have the opportunity to get to know this great community from within.

Hector Lopez


Logo JointCooperation with Bambinim and the JOINT

We would like to thank the Joint Distribution Committee for the wonderful cooperation: Yahel Matalon who is a volunteer in the “Jewish Service Corps of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee” and working with Bambinim Family Club is supporting the synagogue’s work with children:
Yahel MatalonTogether with Rabbi Ederberg she has prepared several Bat Mitzvah students and she will continue to work with our Youth also in the coming months.
Yahel grew up in New York City, where she attended Jewish day school and participated regularly in her community, Congregation Bnai Jeshurun. She graduated from Barnard College in May 2010 with a B.A. in English, after which she worked at a literary agency for a year.  During her time at Barnard, she worked at the Barnard Writing Center as well as as a tutor for Bnei Mitzvah at Congregation Bnai Jeshurun.  For a year, she also led Shabbat morning activities for 4 - 6 year olds at the 92nd Street Y's Shababa Community.


Toda Rabba!Photo: New english Machsorim for our Synagogue

We would like to express our thanks to  Congregation Beth Israel in Munster, Indiana, who have donated to us 90 Machsorim for High Holiday, and also shipped them to Berlin! These new Machsorim, edited by Jules Harlow, will replace the old English Machsorim from the 50ies, and will enhance the prayer experience of our English speaking members and guest, by providing the traditional texts in a better layout and with a better translation. Toda Rabba!

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