I have just updated the About Us section with some forward-looking information from Harvey. Its a good update for people new to Kehillat Kernow as the original rendition was created several years ago. A lot of good things have happened since then. I hope that I’ll also be able to add more photos, regular newsletters and such like in the near future. Please email me your suggestions or text/photographic material for inclusion in the site.
We are awaiting news from Exeter Hebrew Congregation. We have been offered a loan of one of Exeter Synagogue’s Torah Scrolls. As soon as we know the exact dimensions of the scroll we will be having a portable ark made for the safe housing of this most precious of all our sacred texts. Plans are also afoot to build a proper stand upon which to rest the scroll during services. Both of these are being donated by members of Kehillat Kernow.
Just thought I would quickly post some of the camera photos on the website for public viewing on the following day. Here are some photos taken at the Carnon Downs communal Pesach seder. Excuse the blurring, I took the “Orange” approach and “Messed About with Photo Messaging” as on their commercial. More will follow, just as soon as I receive them on my email.
I am sure that Harvey would welcome some requests for others to post to the news page (here). Please either contact him or me about this. Please understand that only a few people will be able to do this, as otherwise this page could get very confusing for all.
Finally, the forum has been launched. The layout will change slightly to match the look and feel of the rest of the site. Please register and post your messages in the main discussion area. This is the place for conversation like discussions, rather than the odd “hello” at the guestbook.
Hopefully I’ll be able to upload some of the back issues of the Newsletter and add some of the many photos that are lying around ready to be viewed online.
Please keep on sending your comments. So far its all good, even from Anne and David!
Just updated the website design to make it more cheerful. If you find it a little too much, tell me and I’ll make it less vibrant. If you liked to old one better (oh dear), don’t be afraid to tell me.