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CTJC member Helen Goldrein has published a Pesach recipe book! 
To read the Pesach edition of the CTJC bulletin, click here.

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News and forthcoming events

Pesach
Friday 3 April
Finish all chametz by 10:33am
Burn chametz by 11:51am
Shabbat and festival starts 7:21 pm

Saturday 4 April
Shacharit 10:00am
Shabbat ends 8:25pm; candles should be lit AFTER this time

Sunday 5 April
Shacharit 10:00am
Festival ends 8:27pm

Monday 6 April, 10:30am
Matza ramble at Wimpole Hall Estate. 
Meet by the picnic tables at the back of the stable block, adjacent to the main car park. Bring walking boots and a Pesach picnic!

Thursday 9 April
Festival starts 7:32pm

Friday 10 April
Shacharit 9:30am
Shabbat starts 7:33 pm; candles should be lit BEFORE this time

Saturday 11 April
Shacharit 9:30am 
Shabbat and festival end 8:38pm

During term, weekday shacharit at 8:00am except on Rosh Chodesh, 7:45am.

Sunday 19 April3-5pm
Yom Ha'atzmaut celebration 
sponsored by CJRA in aid of MDA and Technion.
Israeli dancing, singing from the Kol Echad choir, Kosher Israeli vegetarian food, music from Simon Baron Cohen and his band, and a short play. Mike Levy will act as MC and there will be a raffle.
Booking prior to the event is essential - contact David Waldman on david.davidwaldman@gmail.com.
You are asked  to join in the spirit of the celebrations by wearing white and blue.

JC is an independent orthodox community, based in the beautiful university town of Cambridge. We hold traditional services with a relaxed, friendly, and open style, and aim to be inclusive and welcoming.

We share our shul building with the students, who run Shabbat services during term-time. Outside university term, the services are run by us, and we also run the High Holy Day services.
For times of Friday night services see the calendar. Weekday services are agreed on a Shabbat morning or by special arrangement.

There is usually a kiddush on Shabbat morning, which is a good place to meet our members and our many visitors - Cambridge hosts many visiting academics and others, and enjoying their company is an important part of our Jewish life in Cambridge.

We look forward to seeing you.


Cambridge Traditional Jewish Congregation, 3 Thompson's Lane, Cambridge, CB5 8AQ