Rosh Hashanah

begins in the evening of Friday, 18 September 2020 at 6.54pm 

and ends in the evening of Sunday, 20 October 2020 at 7.51pm

With the High Holy Days fast approaching, we are so excited to launch our brand new video series featuring our rabbis, rebbetzens and educators.

Get ready for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur with our series of short inspirational video messages.

 

Watch here: https://theus.tv/browse/high-holy-days/hhdvideos

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Attending Services over
Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur
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To Register for a Service on

Rosh Hashanah / Yom Kippur

If you would like to register for the opportunity to attend a service on the High Holy days

please contact the office

 
Rosh Hashanah/Yom Kippur Programme 5781

Pre Rosh Hashanah talks
by Rabbi Hackenbroch
Part 1: "The courage to be with you" 

 

Date: Thursday 3rd 

Time: 8pm

Part 2: "I am not a product of my circumstances.
I am a product of my decisions" - Steven Covey

The 5 habits of effective Jews

Please join here:  Facebook and YouTube

"Bringing the Shul to your home"

With Rabbi Hackenbroch & Chazan David Behrman

Date: Tuesday 15th & 22nd September 

Time: 8pm.

Please join here:  Facebook and YouTube

Rosh Hashanah/Yom Kippur Programme 5781

Pre Yom Kippur talk
by Rabbi Hackenbroch 

 

Date: Thursday 24th September 

Time: 8pm

Please join here:  Facebook and YouTube

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Rosh Hashannah Articles

The Brownlee Brothers
A lesson from the sounding of the shofar by Rabbi Hackenbroch
The Cry of the Shofar
If the last line of the Avinu Malkeinu was a sound it would be the cry of the shofar, a painful, pleading wail by Maureen Kendler.
Teaching Fellow and Lead Tutor LSJS
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