In 64 days time the summer will be over and it will be New Year’s Eve in our Hebrew Calendar. It will be Erev Rosh Hashannah. We will be making our way to shul for the Friday night and the start of the special 10 days in our busy davening period. There will be lots of room at our location at the temple in Wood Lane, Stanmore and please let the office know if you would like to bring along, relatives and friends. Over the coming weeks we will give you an insight to the services and we so much look forward to seeing you all and we wish you a l’shana tova.
This Friday (14th July) there is a Shabbat service at the shul building and after the service there is a meal. The atmosphere is wonderful and it is so convivial. Please inform Rabbi Anthony if you would like to attend and he will tell you what to bring. email@example.com
This Sunday at 6pm, there is the Mosaic Masorti football match at The Hive. With some of our members being away on Israel tour and others just away, please come along and support the team and there will be the opportunity to play too. Who will be the goal scorers this match? Do not wait till the report and come along and watch the action with a big ball as opposed to the Wimbledon small ball. No competition there.
Howard Carpus 9/7, David Allchild 12/7, Simone Balkin 12/7, Mark Sachon.
Beverley & Sass Ezekiel on their 37th anniversary
Irene & Colin Berkovitch on their 52nd anniversary
Linda & David Allchild on their 23rd anniversary
Julie Dysch remembering her father, Alan Schiller
Heather Eden remembering her brother, Derek Burns
Maurice Axelrod remembering his mother, Lottie
Sally Brooks remembering her mother, Lillian Kaner
Dan Honey remembering his grandmother, Adele Honigwach
Jack Kushner remembering his father, Solomon
Ruth Soetendorp remembering her father, Jack Grant
Alison Imren and Frances Marx remembering their father, Frank Taylor
Martin Royce remembering his father, Sidney
Michelle Flatto remembering her mother, Lilian Flatto
Julie Dysch remembering her mother, Zsuzsi Schiller
David Soetendorp remembering his father, Jacob
Sponsoring a kiddish
If you would like to sponsor a kiddish for any special occasion, like a
birthday, anniversary, before going on a special journey, coming back from a special journey, new home, restored good health, please advise Ann in the office and she will see if the date is free
Refuah Schlemahs and Meetings with Rabbi Anthony
We always mention people who are unwell at the Shabbat service and to wish them a speedy recovery. If you would like a person mentioned, please notify firstname.lastname@example.org by sunset
on a Friday.
Rabbi Anthony is always available to chat to congregants and can meet up also in your home. If you have any wishes, or ideas, please advise Rabbi Anthony email@example.com