Yom Kippur starts tomorrow evening and looking ahead to Sukkot

  • Kol Nidre – Tomorrow, Tuesday 8th October – William Patten School – 7:30pm

Yom Kippur services can be booked for non-members via our form here.

We are still looking for volunteers to set up, particularly on Yom Kippur morning, so please contact Ashleigh the Administrator if you are able to help out.

Please do also help us decorate the hall for Yom Kippur day by bringing with you any house plants that you can easily transport (and take home again!)

  • Yom Kippur – Wednesday 9th October – The Gallery at Stoke Newington Library – 10:30am

On Yom Kippur afternoon we will be taking a pause after the afternoon service to focus on our bodies and our breathing with a gentle yoga and mindfulness session. All are welcome and no prior experience necessary.  Please bring a blanket or a yoga mat if you would like to participate.

We will be doing break fast after Yom Kippur finishes at Ribbons and Taylor cafe.  Please do bring vegetarian food to share – the cafe are providing soup, and the rest of the food will be provided by Kehillah members as usual.

Full details of timings of services and events on our High Holiday Information leaflet available to view or download here.

  • Erev Sukkot – 13th October – 5pm

Looking ahead to Sukkot, we need helpers to build our Succah at William Patten School before our festivities on Sunday 13th October. Please get in touch with Ashleigh the Administrator if you are able to help out.

  • Pop-Up Sukkah booth for all – Finsbury Park, Jamboree Play Hut – Thursday 17th October 4-6pm

Faiths Forum London, Finsbury Park Mosque and Strengthening Faith Institutions are organising a pop-up Sukkah in Finsbury Park. They are also looking for volunteers available from 12noon on 17th October to help build the Sukkah, as well as volunteers who can host and bring non-perishable food to the Sukkah to contribute to Finsbury Park Mosque’s ‘meal for all’ project. For more information email Nathan Levy at Islington Faith’s Forum.

  • Shock to the System – Streets Kitchen’s hosts pannels and performances at the Union Chapel – 13th October 3-6:30pm

Do we have a homeless problem or a problem with homeless people? Streets Kitchen brings a community response to the Union Chapel, featuring live performances from the Museum of Homelessness and the premier of Changed Times, a doccumentary about the Glass House Solidarity Shelter. Streets Kitchen. Full details on Streets Kitchen’s Shock to the System flyer here.

Our Tsedakah appeal this year is raising money for Streets Kitchen.
Details about what Streets Kitchen do and how you can donate are available on our Tsedakah appeal leaflet here.

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