Services

Services are held each Shabbat (Friday evenings at 7.00 pm and Saturday mornings at 10.45 am), and we celebrate all the Festivals and hold a Communal Seder on second night Passover.

Our prayer book with its modern liturgy is called Siddur Lev Chadash, which means, literally, “Service of the New Heart”. This prayer book was introduced nearly sixteen years ago and our former Rabbi, Dr Charles H. Middleburgh, was the associate editor.

NewSynBessThe services are led by the Rabbi in Hebrew and English, and all are welcome to join in with the reading and singing.

Our wonderful professional choir enables us to pray with sincerity, spirituality and warmth. Our services are quite short and avoid repetition and are conducted with order and decorum – less buzz, more focus!

After the Shabbat morning services we join with our friends in Mosaic Reform to share kiddush together.

Visitors and guests are welcome and will find a friendly, relevant and uplifting service.

This shabbat:

Liberal / Reform Erev Shabbat Service

Friday, 26th July @ 6:30 pm

Shabbat Pinchas

Joint Erev Shabbat service (led by Mosaic Reform).

THIS SERVICE WILL BE HELD AT THE SYNAGOGUE at 6.30 pm

The service will also be available via Zoom. To join click one of the links below:

Erev Shabbat Interactive Service (If required, the meeting ID is 675-420-773)
Erev Shabbat View Only Service


Liberal Shabbat Morning Service

Saturday, 27th July @ 10:45 am

Shabbat Pinchas.    Birthday Blessings

The Shabbat morning service will be taken by Rabbi Rachel Benjamin.

The service will also be available via Zoom. To join click one of the links below:
Shabbat Morning Liberal Interactive Service (If required, the meeting ID is 535-055-385)
Shabbat Morning Liberal View Only Service

“Note: Interactive meetings will be opened around 20 minutes before the service starts to allow everyone to connect. There is also live view only access (via YouTube) that commences shortly before the start of the service and which can also be viewed subsequently. This is a link to our prayer book, Siddur Lev Chadash:

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