Events - Former Rexingen Synagogue

Type: Studying the Torah
Date: July 21 to July 24, 2019
Time: 7.30pm to 10pm
Venue: Community hall of the Protestant Church Parish Horb-Dettingen

The Association of Patrons and Friends of the Former Rexingen Synagogue and the Protestant Church Parish Dettingen-Horb cordially invite you to a week of bible studying.

Type: Exhibition
Date: February 17 – July 28, 2019
Time: Saturdays and Sundays, 2pm to 5pm
Venue: Jewish Prayer Room Museum

What is sitting shiva? What does a chevra kaddisha do? What is jahrzeit? And where exactly are the six Jewish cemeteries of Horb located? The latest exhibition in the Jewisher Prayer Room Museum in Horb will answer these and many more questions.

Type: Reading and Discussion
Date: March 1st, 2015
Time: 5 p.m.
Venue: Former Rexingen Synagogue

Jean Améry, born as Hans Meyer in Vienna in October 1912, was one of the most important European intellectuals of the 1960s and 1970s. A philosopher and author, he dealt vividly with his experience in Nazi Concentration Camps in his collection of essays entitled Beyond Guilt and Atonement, an indispensable work in German literature on the Holocaust. All five essays, including "How much Heimat does one need?",  are still highly relevant today.

Type: Exhibition
Date: January 27th to March 22nd, 2015
Time: Saturdays and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Venue: Former Rexingen Synagogue

The artist K.H. Schmeißer, born in Bad Wurzach in 1957, lives and works in Horb-on-Neckar. His preoccupying - almost exclusive - theme is the human figure. His work is an artistic study of the human form, its existence, its nature, its ambiguity. He paints an honest, unsparing picture of humanity, devoid of pretence or masquerade.

Type: Exhibition
Date: Starting May 18th, 2014
Time: Saturdays and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Venue: Jewísh Prayer Room, Horb

World War I raged for four years, with a fatality rate hitherto unknown. It left in its wake a “lost generation”, traumatized by war experience in the trenches and confronted with suffering, loss and misery in the homeland.
A local section of the exhibition concentrates on the fate of Jewish soldiers from Horb, Rexingen, Mühringen, Nordstetten and Mühlen. Who were these men who went to war for Emperor and country and what happened to them afterwards?

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