Yom Kippur

begins in the evening of Sunday, at 27 September 2020 at 6.33pm 

and ends in the evening of Monday, 28 September 2020 at 7.32pm

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

To listen to Rabbi Hackenbroch speaking about

Piercing the Veil of Kol Nidre Enigma

 

please click on the link below

https://theus.tv/hhd-rabbi-pinchas-hackenbroch

 

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

We will be having an online

communal Yizkor on

Erev Yom Kippur at 12pm on Zoom.

 

For details please email the office

 
To Download the Covid Guidelines for
Attending Services over
Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur
please click this link 
 
or click on the document alongside
Yom Kippur Programme 5781

Pre Yom Kippur talk
by Rabbi Hackenbroch 

 

Date: Thursday 24th September 

Time: 8pm

Please join here:  Facebook and YouTube

Kol Nidre Appeal 2020

To Donate online please click here

This year your donation will support our community, the United Synagogue, Food Lifeline and Ohel Sarah

Food Lifeline

Food Lifeline, a project of ZSV Trust, was established in 1997 and has become the recognised source for Kosher food provision to members of the Jewish community who are in need, but are unable to access mainstream services, such as food banks, due to cultural restrictions and dietary laws. 

Food Lifeline operates across London, with a particular focus on Hackney, Haringey, Barnet; Canvey Island in Essex; Westcliffe in Kent; Salford and Prestwich in Greater Manchester and Gateshead in Tyne and Wear.

Beneficiaries are the disabled, elderly, single mums, families and children, who are struggling financially due to family crisis including unemployment, onset of sudden illness, marital problems or any other dysfunction that may arise in a family setting.

Our main support is through providing food parcels to families during the High Holy Days and Passover. For these two festivals, we provide food for over 1480 families, with an average of 6 dependents.

Throughout the year we provide daily food parcels to 65 families who are faced with a sudden crisis. Additionally we provide medical assistance, clothing grants, emergency funds and therapy for children who have been through trauma.

Food Lifeline is one of a kind with its practical and direct assistance. Our dedicated team of 50 volunteers deliver food directly to our recipients. All volunteers have DBS checks, and are trained in Health & Safety, Confidentiality and other related codes of conduct. Our Organisation is cost effective and relies on volunteers for the majority of its work.

For more information please click here

 

Ohel Sarah

Ohel Sarah is the only organisation in central Israel that provides continuous services to hundreds of people with learning disabilities, from the age of 6 until end of life. We offer education, employment and housing and help our students reach their potential, increase their independence and acquire crucial life skills. Our approach is unique in that we seek to integrate our students into mainstream society, while backing and supporting them throughout their lives.

Ohel Sarah is dedicated to the care and development of over 600 children and adults with learning and physical disabilities in Israel. We offer continuous care every day of the year from the age of 6 until end of life. By providing schools, housing and employment centres – we aim to give our students crucial life skills and increase their confidence and independence. Our goal is to enable each person to integrate into mainstream life, whilst giving them support and love throughout their lives.

For more information please click here

Yom Kippur Articles

Jonah is a Metaphor
The Story of Jonah is a Metaphor for a Much More Profound Yom Kippur Message by Rabbi Hackenbroch
Saying Sorry
by Maureen Kendler 
Teaching Fellow and Lead Tutor LSJS
Show More
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