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Families & Youth

Families & Youth

She Moves - A mindful movement class for women

This movement class is designed and intended for all women who want to find joy in movement. We will uncover new ways to move, stretch, think and re-enjoy our bodies using mindfulness, creative movement and dance techniques. Find freedom in your body, without judgement or expectation. No prior experience is required, just bring yourself and your love for movement! Babies welcome and a chance to meet new mothers and make friends!

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Krav Maga Women Foundation

Krav Maga is easy to learn and retain. Israeli-trained and registered instructors teach you how to defend yourself against attacks in the street as well as how to fight back. Plus, learn to respond quickly under stress.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Beginners I (Term III) Sunday

Become confident handling the past tense, discussing newspaper headlines and listening to Hebrew recordings.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Family Music Time with KangaRooKids

Looking for something fun for all the family on a Sunday morning? Both woken up with the kids anyway? (Lie in? What lie in?) Look no further than JW3 for a musical extravaganza with KangaRooKids. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Beginners III (Term II) Sunday

Become confident handling the past tense, discussing newspaper headlines and listening to Hebrew recordings.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Intermediate III (Term II) Sunday

The future tense continues to be taught using newspapers and special TV programmes, there will be more developed conversations.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Mitzvah Day

Come and get involved with all our Mitzvah Day activities - make cards to go to a nursing home, donate gifts for a children's ward, come and pack boxes. JW3 will be a hub of Mitzvah Day activities, so come and give some time as a family to help others in need. See programme

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Mitzvah Day: Camp Simcha

Camp Simcha exists to improve the quality of life for Jewish families affected by serious childhood illness. Their mission is to ensure that no such child, anywhere in the UK has to suffer alone. On Mitzvah Day they will be hosting a gift collection and wrapathon, crafting gift bags from old newspapers and then making an activity card to go in the bag to be given along with the toys that we collect. Make sure you bring a toy to donate and an old newspaper to make the Gift bag.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Mitzvah Day: Sadeh Farm

Sadeh, which means ‘field’ in Hebrew, is the first UK Jewish farm and environmental community of our generation. Rooted in Jewish values, Sadeh promotes positive environmental change through cultivation of the land and environmental education, and strengthen the Jewish community’s voice and commitment to environmental issues. On Mitzvah Day, Sadeh will teach you how to pickle - essential for preserving food and cutting down on waste. Bring a couple of jars and vegetables to be pickled – take home one jar and donate the other to a local foodbank.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Mitzvah Day: DKMS

DKMS vision is to ‘delete blood cancer’ and to create a future where every blood cancer patient has a second chance of life. today DKMS have more than 8 million potential donors registered worldwide, and has given more than 69,000 second chances of life to people diagnosed with blood cancer. During Mitzvah Day they’ll invite people to give a simple sample of spit which will then be used to add you onto their donor registry.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Mitzvah Day: PJ Library

PJ Library gifts away high-quality Jewish books to families with children aged between six months and eight years old every month. The award-winning books celebrate Jewish culture, values and traditions through a wide range of stories and beautiful illustrations. On Mitzvah Day you are invited to create pom-poms, which will then get sewed into scarfs for the homeless by JW3’s Knitwits group.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Mitzvah Day: Leket Israel

Leket Israel, the National Food Bank, is the leading food rescue organization in Israel. Unique among all other organizations that serve the poor in Israel and food banks worldwide, Leket Israel’s sole focus is rescuing healthy, surplus food and delivering it to those in need through partner nonprofit organizations. Bring an old t-shirt to Mitzvah Day and they will help you upcycle it into a tote bag you can take it with you, or donate it to be used when collecting food.

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Krav Maga Women Intermediate

For women over 16 who have completed the Foundation Course. Learn more skills to defend yourself and fight back with registered Israeli-trained instructors.

Cinema

Cinema

Israeli Talent Shorts

One won an Academy Award, two others screened at Cannes. The films in the strand may not all tell Israeli stories but they were all made with 100% Israeli talent.

Cinema

Cinema

From Levinsky to Borat

This interactive session explores this increasingly urgent question through a fascinating collection of rare and famous film clips dating back to the early 1900s and up to the current day. A must-see session for every film lover with an interest in Jewish representation on screen.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Mitzvah Day: Jewish Care

Join residents from a Jewish Care facility and create Hanukah decorations for care homes and community centres.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Speaking Volumes

Do words matter: "Speaking Volumes". From ancient arguments to modern meanings, from raising our voices to remaining silent, explore how and why words matter. "When we understand words – not as history or as a dictionary definition, but as living entities – we grasp both the power and the limits of words, that is the basis of a new relationship with our own ideas." — Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz, Simple Words

Cinema

Cinema

Stripped + Q&A

Despite the success of her new novel, Alice experiences a nervous breakdown, whose roots are unclear but may have something to do with reports on a serial rapist on the loose in Tel Aviv. Ziv, who lives with his parents across the street from Alice, is a young and gifted musician whose dream of becoming a professional player is in jeopardy due to his imminent army service.

Cinema

Cinema

The Secret Life of Music in Film: In Conversation with Debbie Wiseman OBE

Over the past 20 years, there are probably few people in the UK who have not heard a theme from one of award-winning composer Debbie Wiseman’s films or TV productions. She has composed music for, among others, Wilde, Edie, Lesbian Vampire Killers, The Andrew Marr Show, the BBC’s Father Brown and Wolf Hall. Debbie is Classic FM’s Composer in Residence and her latest album topped the UK Classical Chart for three weeks.

Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Krav Maga Adult Foundation

Our instructors give beginners the basics of the theory and practice of Krav Maga – teaching you how to defend yourself against all manner of attacks as well as how to fight back. Students will emerge stronger, fitter, faster and more confident

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

BBYO Weekly Chapter Meetings

Mercaz BBYO is the chapter based at JW3, meeting every Sunday evening for a range of fun and exciting programmes.

Cinema

Cinema

Solomon & Gaenor + Q&A

This classic of British-Jewish cinema is 20 years old this year. Join director Paul Morrison and cast members to celebrate the Oscar-nominated drama at special screenings in London, Cardiff and across the country.

Cinema

Cinema

Ziva Postec: The Editor Behind the Film Shoah

Filmmaker Ziva Postec devoted six years of her life to the editing of Claude Lanzmann’s monumental documentary Shoah, losing herself completely in 350 hours’ worth of testimonies. Whereas the film was, in her words, the pinnacle of her career, working on it, she says, felt like a voluntary prison sentence.