In May 2016 Rabbi Reuven and Rebbetzen Elisheva Stepsky launched Shema B’ni to fill the vacuum for an organisation dedicated specifically to follow-up, support and education for professionals now dedicated to a spiritual life connected to their Jewish heritage. The response was overwhelming. Shema B’ni has engaged hundreds of people through its innovative classes,
seminars, events and mentoring programmes. The need for personalised support and guidance has become even more pressing in the current pandemic, with participants facing emotional health issues, loss of income and redundancy, bereavement as well as seeking further parenting and marriage guidance.
Shema B’ni is the crucial next step, building on the incredible work outreach organisations in the UK have started. It provides a network of opportunities for Torah-conscious Jews and their families to be connected, happy, emotionally healthy and knowledgeable in their Jewish journey.
It has now become extremely difficult for Shema B’ni to serve our families from private homes and temporary venues. There is an ever-growing demand for our support and we now need our own dedicated home in order to provide higher quality services and expand our current programmes.
We are delighted to be partners in building The Netzach Yisroel Community Centre – a state of the art venue to serve the Edgware community and beyond, enabling hundreds of people to pass on our rich Jewish heritage to the next generation