Mosaic is a unique concept for Anglo-Jewry – one community with three “strands” of Judaism.
Mosaic Jewish Community brings together three synagogues: Mosaic Liberal (formerly Harrow & Wembley Progressive Synagogue), Mosaic Masorti (formerly Hatch End Masorti Synagogue) and Mosaic Reform (formerly Middlesex New Synagogue). Our community incorporates and enhances the three constituent Synagogues. Much of what we do is provided across Mosaic while at the same time we celebrate and respect each Synagogue’s approach to religious practices.
Based in the London Borough of Harrow in our brand-new building in Stanmore Hill, Mosaic serves the Jewish community from Bushey to Brent, Hertsmere to Harrow – and beyond.
We are delighted to be launching our new cultural programme in our new building on Sunday 20 November with a concert in conjunction with the JazzPsalms for Peace charity, featuring a host of jazz stars including Jacqui Dankworth and premiering a new Jazz Psalm composed by David Gordon specially for Mosaic. To book your tickets click here
Throughout the Covid pandemic and to continue support for those who are still vulnerable and need extra help, our volunteers, Rabbis and staff are keeping in contact with all our members. Our Rabbis, care co-ordinators and trained volunteers support individuals and families who are ill, hospitalised or bereaved. Please do contact us if you need our help or just feel you need to talk to someone.
Mosaic has a number of opportunities for the community to come together online through our Zoom and streamed services and other activities: ritual services, pre-Shabbat catch up, guest speakers and more. To keep up to date you can register for our weekly email – subscribe here or check out the What’s On page.
For our members who are not particularly familiar with the new technologies, the Mosaic tech team has responded to this by providing easy-to-use tablets and mifi routers – all suitable for people who’ve never used a computer before. You can find out more about that here
Many people are affected financially by the current situation. If you would like to talk to us about that in confidence then please contact us. However if you are able to support our work at this time then please