Yom Kippur

begins in the evening of Wednesday, at 15 September 2021 at 7.01pm 

and ends in the evening of Thursday,16 September 2021 at 8.00pm

Seats for the High Holy Days can now be booked online.

For further information and to book, please click the link below

BOOK NOW: HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES

All attendees must adhere to the shul's latest Guidelines for Attending 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

YIZKOR BOOK

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.  

 
Zoom Yiskor

with Rabbi Hackenbroch & Rabbi Blachman

Date: Erev Yom Kippur - Wednesday 15 September 

Time: 2.30pm

Please join via Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/6619757371

Meeting ID: 661 975 7371

For the Password please contact the Office

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YOM KIPPUR sandwich lunch for under 11s

Book online via

https://myus.theus.org.uk/events/65331/yk21-child-lunches/

High Holy Days & festival Services 2021 / 5782

To download a copy of the High Holy Days & Festival service times please click here

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Kol Nidre Appeal 2021

This year your donation will support our community, the United Synagogue, Save a Child's Heart and Jnetics

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Save a Child's Heart

SAVE A CHILD'S HEART saves the lives of critically ill children suffering from heart disease in countries where access to pediatric heart care is limited or nonexistent.

 

Through bringing children to Israel for medical care, performing missions abroad, and training medical personnel, we are bringing hope to families,  communities, and countries.

Save a Child’s Heart provides life-saving cardiac surgery and other lifesaving procedures at the Wolfson Medical Centre in Holon, Israel.

 

Our doctors and nurses also hold preoperative and follow up cardiology clinics in Israel and abroad on a weekly basis.

 

Save a Child’s Heart offers a comprehensive training program within Israel for doctors and nurses from developing countries, and leads surgical and teaching missions to our partner countries.

 

To date, we have saved the lives of almost 3600 children from Africa, South America, Europe, Asia, and throughout the Middle East. 

As Israel's preeeminent humanitarian organisation,  we are transforming pediatric cardiac care around the world.

No charge is made to the patients and our doctors volunteer their time, the cost of surgery is met by voluntary donations from support groups from around the world

For more information please click here

 

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Jnetics

Jnetics is a small charity with a big ambition – to make a real difference to the prevention, diagnosis and management of Jewish genetic disorders.

Though many people have heard of Tay-Sachs disease, there is little awareness of the other genetic disorders that are relatively more common among Jewish people. These vary in severity, but include conditions that are fatal in childhood and others that lead to chronic disability and shortened lifespan.

No cure exists for the vast majority of these disorders; however, thanks to scientific developments it is now possible to greatly improve their prevention and management.

Jnetics was established in 2009 to raise awareness of Jewish genetic disorders and to help anyone affected and at risk to access the best information, services and support available.

We believe that knowledge is power but understand that, in the case of genetic disorders, it can also raise difficult issues. All our information is provided impartially, empowering people to explore the disorder management and prevention options that best fit their individual circumstances and beliefs.

Our very small but effective team is governed by our board of trustees and guided by our expert scientific and medical advisors.

For funding we rely entirely on voluntary donations and fundraising activities. To get the most from our funds, we keep our administration and running costs to an absolute minimum.

For more information please click here