Pray Together

High Holy Days 2020 / 5781

  • Whilst we cannot be together in person this High Holy Days please join us at our online Services
  • The details for everything that is going on with dates and times is here or simply click one of the boxes below to watch an online Service
  • For each of the channels below click the box to watch the service and then scroll down the page to read the Machzor (Prayer Book)


Our Synagogue services cater for all ages and styles. There is a wide range of alternative and focussed services, depending on members’ interests and the needs of different age groups. We are always happy to consider new ideas to attract different groups, and members are encouraged to participate in all aspects of services

Our services are currently being run on Livestream, Zoom and Facebook live as well as some starting in person – Please check the calendar for details

Friday evening: All year round at 18:30 family services on the first Friday of each month. These are often accompanied by our Youth Choir and always followed by a Kiddush.

Shabbat morning: Every Shabbat morning at 10:30, followed by a Kiddush. Services are led by our rabbis and lay members and accompanied by our Choir.

Shabbat Shirah: Running the third Saturday of every month at 10:30. Fancy a fun, lively and extra-musical Shabbat morning experience? Come join us in the Beit Hamidrash for Shabbat Shirah! Led by Rabbi Emily Reitsma-Jurman, you’ll learn new songs for the Service, have an opportunity to practise your Service-taking skills, play drums and participate in a discussion on the portion of the week!

Family Service: specifically aimed at young people aged 6–10 and their families, held every Shabbat at 10:30. Young people are encouraged to participate and develop their service skills.

Torah Breakfast: Our once a month Torah Breakfast on the second Shabbat of every month is especially for Bar/Bat Mitzvah families, it offers a relaxed and informal environment in which to munch bagels and to learn in a family-friendly way with one of our rabbis.

Sunday Morning service: A short (20 minute) weekday Shacharit Service is at 9:30 preceded by refreshments. Those saying Kaddish are especially invited.

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