Our first Shabbat service of 2018 is this Saturday 6th January with a warm welcome to Rabbi Danny Rich. 10am Childrens’ Hebrew, 11am service. Start the new year with time for yourself and your loved ones, come and join us for Shabbat. Please bring Vegetarian Kiddush.
Also this Saturday 6th January at 11am sharp: FREE RED CROSS First Aid Workshop for Teenagers aged 12-19 years. Click here to learn about first aid for details and here to learn more. And to sign up please click here. Please be sure to come on time – if you are late for this event you may get turned away! The workshop is filling up fast – please do sign up, but be aware we may have to operate a waiting list for it. (You will be informed in advance if this applies to you.) And please note there is no cheder for younger children this morning.
Do you need help or support?
If you would like to speak to a member of our community for support, or to be put in touch with Rabbi Danny Rich, please email us email@example.com or call our administrator on 07706 354602. Please note that our administrator is part time, so do leave a message and someone will call you back. In an emergency, such as a death, in the evenings or over Shabbat or the holidays, you can speak to a member of the Kehillah Management Committee by calling our emergency phone line 07594 021973
In case of the death of a member of our funeral scheme please call Ronnie King of Michael King Funeral Directors on these numbers, 24 hours a day, including bank holidays and Jewish festivals: 0208 368 7453 or 07595 956936.
Kehillah Youth Sleepover – Save the date 9th-10th February 2018 – LJY Netzer Sleepover for 8-12 year olds at Southgate Progressive Synagogue. More details to follow soon!
Erev Shabbat on Friday 26th January 2018 – Our first Friday evening service of the year. The next will be on 23rd February – check the Calendar on the right of this page for details.
Tu B’Shevat Seder Tuesday 30th January 2018 The Jewish mystics thought of Tu B’Shevat, the New Year for Trees, as a time to connect with the presence of God in the natural world. This evening’s Tu B’Shevat seder will be a journey through experiencing holiness in nature, and is open to all ages.