Communal prayers and services offer, to those who commit to them, life-affirming experiences. We welcome all individuals or families who wish to attend our services - we value the rich diversity of age, gender, orientations, background and interests.
Our range of services offer variety and provide many opportunities to explore judaism - what it means to be jewish, the history of our faith, our relationship with Israel, and how to make judaism relevant in a modern multi-ethnic world.
We have a range of Erev Shabbat and Shabbat morning services including:
- Traditional services - using Siddur Lev Chadash the liberal jewish prayer book
- Family Services - less formal services aimed at families of all ages
- Tots Services - prayers, songs and activities for Tots (including their parents)
- Study services - shorter services allowing time to study Torah and discuss its meaning or relevance to our world
- Resouled services - based on the Shabbat Resouled services developed by Dean Staker at Finchley Progressive Synagogue, Rabbi led with support from musicians and choir
- Shabbat Shelanu is an inclusive Shabbat Morning Service, designed to be
accessible and sensitive to a variety of needs. The service is open to the
entire community (members and non-members) and all ages are welcome.