Keep up to date with the latest events from Mosaic. As well as the events listed below you can also see what’s on in our calendar, and see the pages for our regular weekly and monthly events including:

Adult Education | Book Group | Chavurah Suppers | Cook team | Film Group | Friendship Clubs | Library | Photo Group | Trips | Walks | Cameo | JACS | Singing Seniors | Befrienders

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High Holyday Services at Mosaic

Monday September 30

High Holyday Services for Rosh Hashanah will be held at Bessborough Road (Reform), Harrow District Masonic Centre (Liberal) and Kol Chai (Masorti). Detailed times of services are as follows:

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Mosaic Reform 60th Anniversary

Sunday October 20

Sixty years on….

Mosaic Reform community invite all members and friends – old and new, past and present to join in a celebration of the last 60 years.

MNS held its first service on Simchat Torah 1959 and we will be sharing diamond memories of our Jewish community here in Harrow on Sunday 20 October 2019

Entertainment begins at 3:30 pm and will include songs, laughter and a few surprises as well as a light buffet. This will be followed by our Simchat Torah service at 6:00 pm


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What's On

Cameo (Come and meet each other)

Thursday September 19

Have you suffered the loss of a partner, relative or friend?  Do you feel sad, lonely and isolated?
The next CAMEO meeting will be at a restaurant in Stanmore at 7.30 pm.  Please let Bobbi Riesel  know if you are able to come via the office.

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Joint Erev Shabbat Service

Friday September 20

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 of the month.


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Selichot Services – The High Holydays start here

Saturday September 21

Traditionally, the Selichot service is held during the hours of darkness on the Saturday night before Rosh Hashanah.  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 Liberal service will be at 8.00 pm.  The Mosaic Reform service will commence at 9.30 pm.

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Selichot with Masorti Alliance Synagogues

Saturday September 21

In the Ashkenazi tradition, special prayers of repentance, called selichot, are said during the days before Rosh Hashanah, and it is customary to have an inspiring selichot service at the end of the Shabbat preceding Rosh Hashanah. Many shuls have large choral events but ours is intimate, warm and encourages participation. The music is evocative, lyrical and designed for everyone to join in. The service introduces some of the familiar melodies used during Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Each year a group of smaller Masorti communities join together for this beautiful service, which is directed by   Chazan Jacky Chernett and includes a choir made up of members of the participating shuls. This year, Selichot will be hosted by Edgware Masorti Synagogue at 9.30 pm.  For the address, contact Jonathan or the Mosaic office.  Light refreshments will be served.  Please rsvp for seating and catering purposes – Jonathan Fenster,, 07768 311824.

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Erev Succot @ Bessborough Road

Sunday October 13

The succah will be erected at 9.30 am.  If you’re free to help, it would be much appreciated.  Many hands make light work!

You’re then invited to Bessborough Road at 4.00 pm to help decorate the Succah.  Gifts of fruit and vegetables would be greatly appreciated.

Pizza will be served later in the afternoon and this will be followed by our Erev Succot Service at 6.00 pm (Reform), or 7.00 pm (Liberal). We look forward to welcoming you all.

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Joint Erev Shabbat Service

Friday October 18

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 the month.

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Mosaic Visit to the Annual Prison Arts Show

Wednesday October 23

Join Mosaic for a guided tour of the exhibition ‘ANOTHER ME ’ (Annual Prison Arts Show) between 1:30 – 3:30 pm at the Royal Festival Hall Exhibition Space, Level 1, Southbank Centre Belvedere Road, Lambeth, London SE1 8XX.  Donation £5 per visitor which will be made to the Koestler Arts.  Places are limited so please book now through the office: by Wednesday 16th October at the latest. Over 150 artworks will be on display, from music and poetry to paintings, drawings and sculpture. The title for the exhibition invites visitors to reassess their perceptions of people who have spent time inside.

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Shabbat Refreshed

Saturday November 09

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.

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Mosaic Supper Quiz

Sunday November 24

By popular demand, we welcome back the team from QuizQuizQuiz.
Mosaic invites you to join the supper quiz at 7.15 pm for a fun-packed evening to include a fish supper.

Tickets are available at the early bird price of £19.50 per person if you apply before 4th November, or £24.00 afterwards.

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Family Friendly Friday

Friday December 13

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 dish to share if you are planning to stay for the chavurah supper.


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