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Notulen Algemene Vergadering 2023

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Denominational obligation to publish form

Click above for the 2020 Meeting Minutes

ACTING UNDER THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NUMBER 52700534 
RSIN NUMBER 850558827

 


 

Click above for the annual accounts of 2020            Click above for the board report 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click above for the annual accounts of 2019             Click above for the board report 2019




 

 

 

 

 

Click above for the Minutes of the 2019 meeting         Obligation to publish form Anbi

The board of Amos consists of the following persons:

Chair:             Doron Sanders
Treasurer:       Daniella Egg
secretary:            Jonathan Sleeves
Member:                  Elishewa Mehlman (Kiddushim Contact)
Member:                  Sharon Weijel (second treasurer/events)
Member:                  Jalon Salomon (PR/marketing)
Member:                  Eldan Santcroos  

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Contact us via info@amossjoel.nl 

AMOS Remuneration Policy; The entire board performs its duties entirely on a voluntary basis.


AMOS HAS EMPLOYED TWO PEOPLE. OTHER WORK WILL BE CARRIED OUT BY DECLARATION.

SHOULD: AMOS IS A SHOULD FOR EVERYONE

We started AMOS in 2011 from the need to make Judaism and thus also the shuffleboard event into something where everyone can be themselves. Where everyone, regular and occasional visitors, pious and free, young and old is most welcome and above all equal. The equality of everyone, regardless of lifestyle, capital strength, position and knowledge within the synagogue, forms the basis of Jewish thinking for AMOS.

No one is too pious, no one is not pious enough.

AMOS wants to give everyone the opportunity to go to shul, inspired  and get involved. Participate in the service in a way that suits him or her, anonymously or actively, as part of a community that cares about each other.

AMOS sees shul as a positive experience, aimed at participation, for example by singing a lot and involving everyone as much as possible in the service.

 FOUNDATION AMSTERDAM MODERN ORTHODOX SJOEL, AMOS

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Klik hierboven voor de jaarrekening van 2021    

Denominational obligation to publish form

Click above for the 2020 Meeting Minutes

ACTING UNDER THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NUMBER 52700534 
RSIN NUMBER 850558827

 


 

Click above for the annual accounts of 2020            Click above for the board report 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click above for the annual accounts of 2019             Click above for the board report 2019




 

 

 

 

 

Click above for the Minutes of the 2019 meeting         Obligation to publish form Anbi

The board of Amos consists of the following persons:

Chair:             Doron Sanders
Treasurer:       Daniella Egg
secretary:            Jonathan Sleeves
Member:                  Elishewa Mehlman (Kiddushim Contact)
Member:                  Sharon Weijel (second treasurer/events)
Member:                  Jalon Salomon (PR/marketing)
Member:                  Eldan Santcroos  

​​

Contact us via info@amossjoel.nl 

AMOS Remuneration Policy; The entire board performs its duties entirely on a voluntary basis.


AMOS HAS EMPLOYED TWO PEOPLE. OTHER WORK WILL BE CARRIED OUT BY DECLARATION.

SHOULD: AMOS IS A SHOULD FOR EVERYONE

We started AMOS in 2011 from the need to make Judaism and thus also the shuffleboard event into something where everyone can be themselves. Where everyone, regular and occasional visitors, pious and free, young and old is most welcome and above all equal. The equality of everyone, regardless of lifestyle, capital strength, position and knowledge within the synagogue, forms the basis of Jewish thinking for AMOS.

No one is too pious, no one is not pious enough.

AMOS wants to give everyone the opportunity to go to shul, inspired  and get involved. Participate in the service in a way that suits him or her, anonymously or actively, as part of a community that cares about each other.

AMOS sees shul as a positive experience, aimed at participation, for example by singing a lot and involving everyone as much as possible in the service.

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