There is really only one way to describe the Hub in Kings Cross and this is oohhh, aaahhh, look, mmmm and many other sounds that don’t really mean anything. So for this post I will simple show you a series of photos that I took whilst there with a small caption explaining my thoughts. Continue reading
If you have not already guessed it the J in JHub stands for Jewish. I will give you a minute for the shock to overwhelm you. Good. We decided that it would be silly of us to visit all these different hubs without going to see how other Jewish organisations do it. So we decided to visit:
- UJIA: the Heart of Jewish Life, is a Jewish charity supporting young people and education in the UK and Israel.
- Tikun: to guide Jewish people towards their ancient mission of being a shining moral example by teaching them principles of well being, Torah wisdom and their responsibility to improve the world. Continue reading
The second hub that we visited was Islington Hub, which is part of a world wide networks of hubs from Tel Aviv to Cape Town. Out of all these hubs around the globe Islington Hub was the first to be set up, so to some extent it was like visiting Daddy Hub, if Daddy Hub had 60 children who all moved to a different part of the world in order to fullfil their destiny. Continue reading
On Tuesday we ventured out into the big wide world of ‘The Hubs of London’, this was the first of a few trips being taken to try and learn as much as we can from these similar yet different spaces to improve the work that JHub can offer residents, the Jewish community and the entire world (cue evil laugh). Continue reading
JHub is moving into a different phase in its life. I like to think of it as it entering the world of ‘new’, if you need to know why I have called it that just take a look at all the new things have happened recently. Continue reading