Jewish Chronicle, 18 April 1969
The newly formed Reigate and Redhill Jewish community has arranged a fortnightly Torah study group.
The first meeting of the group is to be held on April 30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. Borchard.
Jewish Chronicle, 6 June 1969
Families and friends of the Reigate and Redhill Jewish community met at the home of Mr and Mrs J. Kempner to hear a talk by Mr Arnold Flax, director of the Youth
and Hechalutz Department of the Jewish Agency, on Anglo-Jewry and Israel
Jewish Chronicle, 10 October 1969
Reigate: The Reigate and Redhill Jewish Society was given an evening of slides and talks on Israel by Miss J. Kempner and Mr P. Karpeles,
two of their members who had recently been there.
Jewish Chronicle, 2 November 1969
Reigate: Members of the Reigate and Redhill Jewish community met at the home of Mr and Mrs Simon to hear a talk by the Rev Malcolm Weisman on Jewish music, illustrated by records.
Jewish Chronicle, 5 December 1969
Reigate: Members of the Reigate and Redhill Jewish community met at the home of Mr and Mrs Langford and were addressed by Rabbi Dr S. Goldman,
of the St. John's Wood Synagogue, London, on the history of the Jewish people.
Jewish Chronicle, 15 May 1970
The Reigate and Redhill Jewish community met at the home of Mr and Mrs F. Simon to hear the third lecture in the series
on "4.000 years of Jewish history" given by the Rev Dr N. Gale, of the Ealing and Acton District Synagogue, on the period "From Temple to Talmud".
Jewish Chronicle, 24 July 1970
Reigate: The Reigate and Redhill Jewish community heard the last in the series of lectures on
"4,000 years of Jewish History" by Rabbi J. J. Kokotek.
The meeting was held at the home of Mr and Mrs F. Simon.
Jewish Chronicle, 25 September 1970
A one-day seminar entitled "Our Jewish heritage" was held at Hillel House, Brighton, on Sunday. The organiser was Dr Joe Newmark for the combined
Surrey B'nai B'rith lodges. Special guests were members of the newly formed Reigate and Redhill Jewish community
Jewish Chronicle, 16 July 1971
The Reigate and district Jewish community raised over £100 for Israel at a bring-and-buy sale and tea held at the home of Mr and Mrs K. Borchard.
Jewish Chronicle, 24 September 1971
The Reigate and district Jewish community held its first Shabbat services, conducted by Mr Alan Greenbat.
REIGATE Jewish Community: Dr F. Neumann, chairman; F. Simon, vice-chairman; H. Bernstein, treasurer; Miss B. Langford, secretary.
Jewish Chronicle, 8 October 1971
DR FRANZ NEUMANN
The death occurred last week of Dr Franz Neumann, chairman and founder of the Reigate and district Jewish community.
Dr Neumann gave unsparingly of time and energy, following [the example of?] his father, who was head of the Jewish
community of Neukirchen, Austria, writes Miss B. Longford. With his great personal warmth he succeeded in harmonising, the diverse Jewish standpoints
into one friendly flourishing community.
Jewish Chronicle, 3 March 1972
More than 70 members of the Epsom, Reigate and Guildford communities were present at a service held at the Epsom Synagogue last week attended by Chief Rabbi Jakobovits....
speakers at the reception included: "Mr B. Kemper, chairman of the Redhill and Reigate community".
Jewish Chronicle, 23 July 1976
Judge Charles Lawson, QC, was the guest speaker at a meeting of the Guildford community in conjunction with the Reigate community.
Jewish Chronicle, 08 June 1979
Reigate and District Jewish Community will be holding their June meeting on Wednesday, June 13 at the home of Mr and Mrs C. Langford, White Oaks,
7 Beverley Heights, Reigate. It will be a post Shavuot Gathering at which traditional food will be served.
Rev M. Weisman, MA. will be giving a talk on the Sources of Jewish Law and the message of Shevout. This will be followed by a short service
Jewish Chronicle, 12 October 1979
We greatly appreciated the comments about the Reigate community in the Colour Magazine...
C. I. LANGFORD 7 Beverley Heights, Reigate, Surrey
Jewish Chronicle, 15 April 1983
REDHILL and REIGATE: Fifty years after the rise of Nazism was the theme of an address by the Rev Malcolm Weisman at a meeting held by the Redhill and
Reigate Jewish community. The gathering was presided over by chairman, Mr Julian Kemper.
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