Serge Etele of Cameroon in NYC Tonight!

Talk on Jews of Cameroon Tonight – Thursday, March 29
at West End Synagogue
Serge Etele. Photo by Harriet Bograd, 2012.

Serge Etele in his new tallis, handmade by artist Susan Schorr of New York City. Photo by Harriet Bograd, 2012.

Serge Etele, an educator, computer specialist, and farmer, is the spiritual leader of Beth Yeshourun in Cameroon, Central Africa. Come hear him discuss the community’s embrace of Judaism and their success in learning and practicing Jewish rituals on their own. Mr. Etele will also perform some of their original African-Jewish music.Mr. Etele will speak tonight, Thursday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m., at West End Synagogue, 190 Amsterdam Avenue (at 69th St) in Manhattan. It is free and open to the public, co-sponsored with Kulanu and The JCC in Manhattan.Kulanu supports isolated and emerging Jewish communities around the world. For questions, contact Kulanu at
We hope to see you there!
Photo: Serge Etele in his beautiful new tallit, handcrafted by artist Susan Schorr of New York City – photo by Harriet Bograd, February 2012