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We run a variety of services to suit all ages and tastes…

An uplifting and melodious start to each Shabbat, with our Friday evening services, held around candle lighting time.

Enjoy the introduction to Kabbalat Shabbat above or a recording of the full Kabbalat Shabbat service below that was streamed live during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown in June 2020.

Join us in singing to make this Shabbat, and every Shabbat, the slice of heaven it has the potential to be.

A very special Friday Night service for women – contact Rebbetzen Abi Kurzer (07912 650074) for further details.

We have services for children every Shabbat morning and on Yom Tov. There are two children’s services – a toddler service (ages 0-5) and an older children’s service (ages 6-11).

The toddler service is a fun and relaxed educational Jewish experience, where our youngest members sing, dance, watch puppet shows, hear stories and play, as they learn about Shabbat, Jewish concepts, Torah stories, and the Jewish Holidays.

The older children’s service involves a mini-prayer service where the children sit together and sing prayer songs from specially designed engaging children’s siddurim.

After prayers, each week the children are treated to interactive stories, hands-on activities, quizzes, games, competitions and sometimes prizes, as Jewish ideas and the weekly Torah portion are exuberantly brought to life.

Following the children’s services every week, the two groups get together for what is undoubtedly the highlight of the morning – KIDDUSH! Children of all ages, and their parents, enjoy some social time whilst munching on all sorts of goodies and sweets for a well-deserved Shabbat treat.

Come and join us.

We hope to resume our regular Shabbat morning Youth programme as soon as possible. Please contact Yonatan & Sara for further details.

On a regular Shabbat morning the main shul service begins at 9.30am. Although we have a number of competent men who lead the services on a rota basis, we would be delighted to hear from anyone who would like to join us.

There is also a rota for Anim Zemirot and Ashrei and any boy interested in singing either is encouraged to join the rota – contact Yonatan. Tuition is available for those boys who want to learn or you can simply follow the recording for Ashrei here and Anim Zemirot here (recorded by Jon and Gabriel Sober).

You may also like to hear a version of Adon Olam, specially composed by Judith Harris to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Pinner Shul here.

The community enjoys joining in the davening and the service is musical and uplifting. The service is always followed by a kiddush in the adjoining Henry Jackson Centre and a Dvar Torah usually follows the kiddush back in the main shul hall.

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