JW3 aims to foster and develop an inclusive community for anyone and everyone who associates with being Jewish. It seeks to attract Jews of all ages, backgrounds and lifestyles, as well as the community beyond, by creating a welcoming environment in which all feel at home. An important part of our vision is to create better understanding between different faiths and cultures and a shared sense of belonging. Rooted in Jewish values, the JW3’s social, cultural, educational and recreational activities provide multiple pathways into the richness of Jewish life. Since 2013, the JW3 has been operating its programme from a state-of-the art Jewish Community Centre building on the Finchley Road in Hampstead.
EVENT REPORT: 2015 Israeli Elections ‒ Implications for Jewish-Arab relations with the Abraham Fund Initiatives
2 February 2015
The UK Task Force hosted an engaged and interested audience at the London Jewish Cultural Centre to hear Hagai Segal in conversation with The Abraham
30 September 2014
The UK Task Force hosted Dr. Iyad Zalhalka, Qadi of Jerusalem, in London in late September. Dr. Zahalka spoke to nearly 600 people at nine events:
3 September 2014
The UK Task Force, LJCC and Givat Haviva hosted an exciting lunchtime discussion on the challenges and opportunities for building a shared society in Israel
EVENT REPORT: Pre-2014 Study Trip Event 'Israel - From state-building to society-building: the road ahead'
12 March 2014
The UK Task Force held a special event in advance of the next study trip on 5 March at the JHub. Over thirty people attended
EVENT REPORT: Crossing Cultures, Building Bridges – A Vision for Jerusalem with Dr Hagai Agmon Snir and Clive Lawton
5 November 2013
The UK Task Force, in partnership with the Jerusalem Foundation and the LJCC, held a lunch discussion on 5th November with Dr Hagai Agmon Snir
17 October 2013
The UK Task Force marked 10 years since the publication of the Or Commission report on 9 October at the LJCC, with a panel discussion