Regular Shabbat Services
Erev Shabbat Services commence at 8:00 pm
Shabbat Morning Services commence at 11:00 am
An online copy of our prayer book, Siddur Lev Chadash, can be downloaded here
You can obtain a transliteration of the service here
Services on the first and third Shabbat of every month will be streamed via Zoom and our private Facebook group page only.
Friday September 24, 8:00 pmRead more
Led by Rabbi Yuval
Saturday September 25, 11:00 amRead more
Led by Rabbi Yuval
If you have a Yahrzeit and would like to have a mitzvah either on Zoom or at the Synagogue, please email Lynda and we will allocate the reading of your choice, if available. If attending in person, you will be given priority when booking your place.
Our prayer for those who are sick is recited at the Shabbat morning service so please let Lynda know if there is anyone you would like added to that list.
It is no longer necessary to book a place to attend but social distance measures will remain in place and we would prefer you to continue wearing a mask.
Please still bring your own Siddur (if you have one) as well as your kippah and tallit.
We will also continue to stream services.
Other Shabbat Services
Saturday Family Services are now combined with Family Education. To participate with your family, please contact Shelley Samuels: firstname.lastname@example.org
During the first part of the morning, families are given the opportunity to share their own knowledge of Judaism and Yiddishkeit, on a particular topic. In the second part of the morning, after a break and refreshments, there is a short service, led by the families themselves.
Other family events include Friday afternoon Pizza and Prayer.
We hold a tots/children service once a month where parents and grandparents are welcome to take part, in a tot and child friendly service, separate from the main service. A family service involving parents and children of the religions school is also held once a term and on High Holy days.
Facilities for the Disabled
Ground floor facilities in both the Sanctuary and the Hall are excellent, with induction loops to amplify sound for anyone wearing a hearing aid, and easy wheelchair access. Large print copies of the weekly and High Holy Day prayer books are available.
We also provide:
- disabled parking spaces
- special toilet facilities
- a wheelchair on site
Guide dogs are welcome.