This committee is responsible for all learning activities in the Synagogue including Ruach (religion School), Kabbalat Torah and adult education. The Ruach Headteacher and the Rabbi attend these meetings.
An invitation only committee, chaired by the Treasurer to discuss both strategic and day to day finance matters of the Synagogue including the annual accounts, quarterly management accounts and annual income and expenditure budgets. The committee also recommends subscription and salary increases, which are then agreed by Council.
Responsible for organising all aspects of Kiddushim, the rota of volunteers and the supply of all Kiddish items required. They also organise the supply and lay out of food for Shabbat and festival services and other Community events and ensure the kitchen equipment is in good working order, replaced as and when required.
This committee is responsible for organising and running all services and festivals throughout the year in conjunction and consultation with Rabbi Yuval.
Responsible for organising social events for 'Young Families' with pre-school, primary and secondary aged children, and enhancing our youth’s religious involvement with our Pizza & Prayer, Children’s Shabbat and Family Shabbat services.
As a committee we want to include your children in more aspects of Synagogue life.
Responsible for all security matters including organising our paid and voluntary security rotas every shabbat and on festivals as well as High Holy days. The committee also monitors our CCTV cameras and liaises with the Community Security Trust and local police as required.
A small but dedicated committee which looks after the site, organising day to day repairs and maintenance with the assistance of our caretaker.
Social & Cultural
The Social & Cultural Committee is the beating heart of SPS.
You may not want to come to every service, or sit on a Committee – but who doesn’t like a quiz? Or a walk in the park? Or some Crazy Golf?
Our programme is always published on the SPS web site, with plenty of notice so that you can put our events in your diary. Come along on your own, with family or with friends – you’re always welcome.
There may be a small charge for some of our events, but we try to keep costs to a minimum.
To find out more about our current plans, email us on email@example.com
The Welfare committee is a band of dedicated volunteers who help and support members of the community, particularly (but not exclusively) the elderly, with telephone calls, visits, shopping and other needs. where they can.
A new committee formed in 2021 to organise and celebrate our 80th anniversary in 2023.