Weekday Davening Times

Schaharit

 07:30

Inside shul with a limit of up to 10 people

youth shacharit

09:00

Inside shul with a limit of up to 10 people

Mincha & Maariv

19:25

Outside in the front Sukkah up to 20 people

Late Maariv 

22:00

Outside in the front Sukkah up to 20 people

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Friday Services

Every Friday According to Schedule

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Shabbat Services

Every Saturday According to Schedule

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Daily Minyan

Open to the Public

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Lifecycle Events

In Judaism, life-cycle events are observed by individuals and families, but also within the context of the larger synagogue community. From ancient times until our own contemporary day, life-cycle events create and enrich the social fabric of the Jewish community, connect the generations to one another, and represent the unbroken “chain of tradition” that will ensure Jewish continuity for the future. 

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Marriages

MAZELTOV!

So you’re engaged, next step is the wedding!

We would be honoured to be part of your simcha. 

To find out more please phone the Shul office and speak to 


Click here to download the Wedding Application Form

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Bar/Bat Mitzvah

A Bar/Bat Mitzvah is one of life’s big milestones!  

We work together to provide every Jewish child with a rich and meaningful celebration of this important Jewish rite of passage.

Booking your Bar Mitzvah with us?

 

Click here to download the Application Form

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Mourning

Judaism provides much beneficial guidance,
with tender regard for the dead and deep concern for the bereaved family. 

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