LETTERS
Chief pride

HOW proud we should be to have a Chief Rabbi, who has the courage to welcome all to shul on Shabbat — “however you get there”.

Hopefully, many who were unable to walk, due to age or ill-health, will now realise the importance and pleasure of attending shul on Shabbat and other meaningful festivals.

Let’s hope we shall see our synagogue attendances increase in the 21st century.

I must add my admiration, again, for making the gay community feel welcome.

I applaud our Chief Rabbi.

Ruth Myers,
Leeds.

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