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Parshas Lech Lechu
Cheadle, Manchester

The Shabbos was a celebration of song, dance and beautiful unity between the two groups, but it really didn’t feel like two groups at all. Everyone got on so well with each other, with the Yeshurun members going out of their way to make their guests feel at home. The TCUK members all commented on how welcoming and friendly the Cheadle community was, and in return, they appreciated how accepting and open the Chassidim were, which to some was unexpected. As with each TCUK Shabbos, many myths were dissipated and barriers broken when the two groups realised that, as Jewish people, our similarities are far greater than our differences. The differences are mainly external, but inside, we are all brothers and sisters and can all get along together.

 Brondesbury Park, UK

Brondesbury Park United Synagogue in Northwest London welcomed special guests for Shabbos. ‘The Travelling Chassidim’ brought their trademark Chassidic warmth and liveliness with them. The group of men and ladies (and a baby!) came to share their love of Yiddishkeit with the BPark folk. It allowed the Brondesbury Park community to learn about a different approach to authentic, undiluted Judaism