Jewish Community Southern Costa Blanca Jewish Community Southern Costa Blanca, Spain
Welcome Message

Welcome to the website of the Southern Costa Blanca Jewish Community which was formed to give Jewish people living in this part of Spain, the opportunity to attend regular religious services, and to meet socially.

On the last Friday of every month we have a short Shabbat service followed by a kiddush.

On the first Thursday of each month, we have an informal "coffee get-together" giving people a chance to meet other members of the community. You are welcome to bring your friends and relatives whenever they come to visit, and hopefully our group will grow as each year passes.

The website is maintained and run completely in-house and will be regularly updated with news and information. Your contributions and suggestions are welcome.

I look forward to seeing you at our next meeting. For details of where we meet, please contact me through our Website Contact Form or email me direct at alan201150@hotmail.com

Alan Harris

Reports
January Shabbat and Holocaust Remembrance Service 2018

26 Jan 2018 - Shabbat and Holocaust Remembrance Service

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Chanukah Tea and Menorah Lighting December 2017

17 Dec 2017 - Chanukah Tea and Menorah Lighting

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Notices
SHALOM

Spanish TV show - Shalom

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Interest
Ever Heard of Jews in Mauritius?

The Jews in Mauritius is a small and relatively young community - a synergy of Western, African and Oriental way of life

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Mormon and Jewish Delegation Gathers at Historic Jerusalem Site

Events commemorate 175th anniversary of visit by Latter-day Saint apostle

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Holocaust Memorial Day in Amsterdam

Report by Benno and Marion Vogel on their attendance of the Holocaust Memorial Day in Amsterdam.

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The Cantonist Decree

The infamous Cantonist Decree by the Russia Czar Nicholas I.

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Things That You Will Only See in Israel

A collection of pictures unique to Israel

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Yad Vashem identifies 225,000 Hungarian Holocaust victims

How the Holocaust museum's specially trained team pored over pages of records, mapping forgotten victims.

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Next Meetings

Next Shabbat Service

Temporarily Suspended for August


Next Social Meeting

Thursday 6th September 2018


Shabbat Candle Lighting Times

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