We have started Shabbat morning services that are in line with government safety guidelines for our members. If you would like to join us for an in-builiding Shabbat morning service please email email@example.com
We are working remotely. Our prayers are with all those ill, and those trying to help. We are able to support those with need in many ways, please contact us if we can assist. We are offering a large range of programmes, including on-line services. Members receive full updates in our email communication. Access to the building is by arrangement only. Mobile phone contacts for pastoral and office management purposes will be on the Synagogue answerphone. Scheduled meetings are taking place remotely.
Remote Access to the Community
We are offering multiple means for community gathering, learning, and prayer. Much of our material is accessible via our Facebook page here, including videos from our clergy, livestreams of some of our learning and special services, and recordings of prayers for healing and remembrance.
We also gather via Zoom every weekday morning for Shacharit (8.30am weekdays, 9am Sundays), and hold pre-Shabbat children’s services on Fridays. On Friday evenings (6.30pm), we hold a Zoom Kabbalat Shabbat, which we livestream to the public Facebook page. Cheder parents will also have access to our Virtual Cheder, including weekly services. We learn together via Zoom on Tuesdays (Midrash with Rabbi Jeremy), Wednesdays (The New London Salon, which is also livestreamed to Facebook), and Thursdays (Minor Prophets with Rabbi Natasha). If you are interested in joining us via Zoom, please see the weekly emails for details, or request to join us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The full listing is available via the weekly email to membership. You can also find more details on our Events page.
The High Holy Days
It is becoming clear that Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services will not run ‘normally’ this year. If government regulation and medical advice supports holding in-person services (which will observe physical distancing and other protocols), we will plan on holding services to those regulations. We also plan on offering a full provision for those who will not be able to attend in-person, including streamed and uploaded material. For more information about our plans for the the High Holy Days click here