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The EHRS AGM will take place on Sunday 26 September at 10:00 in the main synagogue hall, and will be Livestreamed on the Classic Channel.
Click here to view all the relevant documents.
If you have any questions, please submit these before the AGM to firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2021 EHRS AGM can be followed live at https://www.ehrs.uk/live
Services In Person
Shabbat Services In Person
You are most welcome to attend in person in for our Erev Shabbat Service at 18:30 on Fridays, and our Shabbat Morning Service at 10:30 on Saturdays, both in the EHRS Beit Tefillah (sanctuary), as well as parallel services and family services.
A limited number of people are able to book in for our services directly and simply through the website or you can phone our EHRS office by noon the day before. Our seating is socially distant, though of course you can sit with members of your household. We have Siddurim and Chumashim available but please bring your own Tallit if you use one. Hand sanitising is available in the Beit Tefillah.
These services are available on the EHRS Livestream Classic Channel.
Please click here which will take you to the calendar section, select the date and service you would like to attend in person, and follow the link to book your place.
Sunday Shacharit In Person
Join our Sunday Shacharit at 9:30 back now in the EHRS Beit Midrash.
We can accommodate up to 15 participants and our seating is socially distant, though of course you can sit with members of your household. If you would like to join the in-person minyan, please ensure you register. For safety and traceability you will need to register that you would like to join us by Friday at noon before the service and we apologise that we cannot let anyone in who has not pre-registered.
Please click here which will take you to the calendar section, select the date you would like to attend in person for a service, and follow the link to book your place.
We are mainly online at the moment but slowly starting to meet again in person where safe to do so and people want to.
There is still so much going on so please jump in.
Messages from our Chairman
I am writing this as we tentatively come out of lockdown, but by Yom Tov I hope many more of you will have attended services and other activities at 118.
What a year it has been since my last New Year’s piece in our magazine, and how proud I am of the way the shul rose to the challenge of taking things on-line and reaching out to the community.
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