Services are held each Shabbat for which we use the new Reform Prayer Book and the Hertz Chumash.
On Shabbat morning there is a joint kiddush with Mosaic Liberal after the service.
Normally once a month, in addition to the main Shabbat morning service, there is an alternative ‘Shabbat Shira’ service for children (parents, grandparents and the young-at-heart are most welcome!) with a focus on singing, music and noise!
Services are also held on all major festivals, as well as a Communal seder on 2nd night Pesach and lively celebrations of Purim, Chanukah and Simchat Torah.
Our services are greatly enhanced by our Choir and visitors and guests can be assured of a warm welcome. If you can’t get to the Synagogue in person, you can always join the service on-line by watching our live video streaming.
Shabbat Ki Tetse
Erev Shabbat service starts at 7.00 pm. Shabbat morning Service starts at 10:30 am.
Tea, coffee & biscuits will be available from 9.45 am until the start of the service.
Torah Reading: Numbers Deuteronomy 21:10-22:7 on page 840 in the Hertz Chumash.
Maftir: Deuteronomy 25:17-19 on page 856.
The Haftarah is Isaiah 54:1-10 on page 857 and will be read by Philip Silverton.
Thank you to this Shabbat’s Kiddush rota volunteers, the “meet & greet” volunteer and also to the Security Team.
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Continuing the alternating monthly arrangement, Mosaic Liberal will be joining the Mosaic Reform Erev Shabbat service downstairs in the Reform Synagogue. Yahrzeit will be observed for both Reform and Liberal members.
Next month (October 18) the joint service will be led by Mosaic Liberal upstairs. These special services will usually be held on the third Friday ...
Continuing the alternating monthly arrangement, Mosaic Reform will be joining the Mosaic Liberal Erev Shabbat service upstairs in the Liberal Sanctuary. Yahrzeit will be observed for both Reform and Liberal members.
Next month (November) the joint service will be led by Mosaic Reform downstairs. These special services will usually be held on the third Friday of ...
Rabbi Kathleen invites everybody young and old to Shabbat Refreshed at 10.30 am. We will incorporate the Shabbat Shira music into the traditional service and we would like to invite all families to come and support this more family friendly shabbat morning service which we have renamed Shabbat Refreshed. Singing, music, Torah service followed by Kiddush.
We are piloting a couple of Friday night family friendly services, which will also incorporate the familiar Shabbat Shira music, followed by a chavurah supper so that families have a chance to relax and reconnect together after the service. Yahrzeit prayers will also be included.
All are welcome to join us at 6:30pm
Please do bring a ...