begins in the evening of Sunday, 24 September 2022 at 7.41pm
and ends in the evening of Tuesday, 27 September 2022 at 7.34pm
Seats for the High Holy Days can now be booked online.
For further information and to book, please click the link below
All attendees must adhere to the shul's latest Guidelines for Attending High Holy Day Services.
These will be kept updated as and when guidelines change.
Children's Services over the High Holy Days can be booked here
Youth Services over the High Holy Days can be booked here
As in previous years, we are publishing a Yizkor Book for the Yamim Noraim (High Holy Days) to include a list of dear departed relatives.
If there are any names that you wish to include, please contact the office by post or email by Monday 16 August.
If you had an entry in last year's book and would like to repeat it, please let us know.
Pre- Rosh Hashanah Shuir for Women
Given by Talia Goodkin
Date: Sunday 05 September 2021
Please join via Zoom ID 560 848 4654
For the password please contact the office
Making Your High Holy Days
Sweet & Meaningful
Date: Tuesday 14 September 2021
Venue: Woodside Park Facebook Page
John us as we hear from our speakers Rabbi Gary Bazak - Senior SEED Lecturer & lead for Wohl Family Education Programme Jewish for Primary Schools and Gila Hackenbroch Rebbetzin WPS and Family Psychotherapist, who share their insight into making the High Holy Days more meaningful.