Torah Reading: Exodus 14:30 to 15:18 (page 270 in the Hertz Chumash or page 414 in Pilgrim Festival Machzor) . Maftir: Deuteronomy 4:32 – 39 (page 762 in the Hertz Chumash or page 432 in Pilgrim Festival Machzor).
The Haftarah is II Samuel 22:1-7 & 17-31 (page 1017 in the Hertz Chumash or page 439 in Pilgrim Festival Machzor). It will be read by Gillian Goldsmith.
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Everyone is invited
Put on your fancy hat, dust off your Purim grogger, bring out the Haman Taschen and join Mosaic Reform and Mosaic Liberal for a short service, Megillah reading and the One and only MusicalMosaic Purim Spiel.
Bagels, fruit, hamentaschen and soft drinks will be provided. Please contact the office to let us know you’re coming so we can cater for you. (email@example.com)
When: 5.45 pm (Service starts 6 pm prompt). Where: Harrow Rugby Football Club, Wood Lane, Stanmore HA7 4LF. (Parking available) Please note, this will not be available via Zoom.
The Kol Nidre Service commences at 7.00 pm on Wednesday 15th September.
On Yom Kippur (Thursday 16th September) there will be a family service starting at 9:00 am. The main service will commence at 11.00 am.
The family service on Yom Kippur morning will be a hybrid service (in person at a location in Kenton, or on line via Zoom) All other services will be held on Zoom. To join the Zoom services, click the links below. Continue reading →
On Rosh Ha-Shanah afternoon, Rabbi Kathleen and Rabbi Rachel, with their families, will be meeting up for a walk, at 4:00pm. We will be meeting in the car park of the Bushey Country Club, High Street, Bushey, Herts WD23 1TT. We would be delighted if any members of our communities would like to join us, for a relaxing walk, and for the ceremony of Tashlikh, when we symbolically ‘cast away’ our misdeeds into the water, to purify our hearts and souls as the New Year begins.
Traditionally, the Selichot service is held during the hours of darkness on the Saturday night before Rosh Hashanah (or the previous Saturday this year). This service provides an opportunity to prepare for “The Days of Awe” in a quiet atmosphere, which is enhanced by some of the music of the High Holydays.
The Mosaic Reform service will commence at 10.00 pm.