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Day 131, Year of #Mygration: Open Day at Milton Keynes & District Reform Synagogue

Torah scrolls on show

To mark their 40th anniversary, Milton Keynes Synagogue organised an open day last weekend, open to all the community, including those representing other faiths. The open day included a play by children, a lunch, a performance by the Synagogue’s choir and a Crossroots band. Dr Fidele Mutwarasibo, Visiting Research Fellow in the OU’s Centre for Voluntary Sector leadership, attended and was welcomed to the Synagogue by OU alumna Vivienne Pollock. The highlight of the Open Day was the viewing of the Torah ark and display.

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