Shabbat Shuvah - 23 September, 10.30 am

GIVE AND TAKE: What does Tsedakah mean to us in 2017?

Join us after a shortened Shabbat Shuvah Morning Service for our annual Chavruta  Discussion Day.  Our service will be led by Guest Service Leader, Rabbi Dr Michael Shire.

Everyone is welcome - the programme is aimed at adults, but interested teenagers are very welcome.



Friday 24 and Shabbat 25 November

We are delighted to announce our next Family Shabbaton Weekend for parents, grandparents, family and friends.

More details will be published on the website over the coming months and in Kehillah and on Facebook.

Join us for a weekend of family learning, whole group worship and singing.  

All services and activities are open to the whole community.


Regular Service Schedule

  • Erev  Shabbat - each Friday night at 6.45pm
  • Shabbat morning service - each Saturday morning at 10.30am
  • On the 1st Friday of the month there is a special Mishpacha Erev Shabbat service for under 7's at 4.00pm in the synagogue.
  • On the 3rd Saturday of the month there are Mishpacha Shabbat activities in parallel with the main service. 
  • The Erev Shabbat service on the last Friday of each second month is a "Musical Support" service and the other months the service is accompanied by the Koleinu band.

Please contact the Synagogue if planning to attend one of these special services as activities may occasionally change due to festivals, other activities or service leaders' availability.


Families with young children

Our Mishpacha activities include Friday afternoons in addition to Shabbat mornings and festival activities.

Activities are led by Esther Lee on Erev Shabbat and Deborah Woolf on Shabbat Morning with the involvement of the children and parents.

The activities have all been designed to encourage children to feel enthusiastic about coming to synagogue on a more frequent basis, to meet other children from the community and to make friends.  Both sessions are aimed at the under 7's, however older siblings, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles are all welcome and encouraged to join us.

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