See photos of the new look Shul…
See photos of the new look Shul…
WE ARE COMING OUT FROM LOCKDOWN
On the 17 March 2020 we took the difficult and unprecedented decision to close the shul in order to protect the Yeshurun family.
Since lockdown we are pleased to say that initiatives were immediately put in place to assist members that required help, ranging from daily shopping to picking up prescriptions.
Unfortunately, over the past few months a number of members or their relations have passed away to whom we offer our heartfelt condolences. Our lives have changed, whether our working day or just being able to leave our homes freely without any concerns.
As the country starts to get back to some normality (whatever that might be); places of worship have been given guidelines and conditions for reopening. We have been working hard for some time to ensure the safety of our members when the shul reopens. You will have seen from our 25 June letter setting out some of the plans and requirements that we have been following public health specialist’s advice. We want to make coming back to shul as safe as possible. Whilst we have made every effort to reduce the risk to members of catching the virus from others,… read more
Booking is now closed for this event.
Booking is now closed for the event. You can still join and cook along with us, just email email@example.com for a list of the ingredients you need!
To register for the Yeshurun Virtual Supper Quiz, please click here” .https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMlduCoqTkpGNQEY-ZEx9Y9AJ1G7E8dFud4
Date: May 17th
Please click on the link below on guidelines for COVID 19 during Pesach.
In order to make the Purim event as inclusive as possible for the entire community, there is no charge. However, to ensure we can continue to run these kinds of fantastic events, your voluntary donation would be appreciated. Choose your amount from the options below.
For catering purposes please complete form below advising how many attending and number of vegetarian meals. Closing date to book is the 2nd March.
Thank you and Purim Same’ach!
If you would like to a make a voluntary donation chose one of the options below.Suggested donation for Yeshurun and YAM members £5 per person and non-members £10 per person. £5.00 £10.00 £18.00
Honouring this year’s N’Shei Chayil Susie Holder and Juliette Tash.
Delicious three course Met Su Yan catered meal with entertainment from incredible acapella group AhMen
Booking is now closed for the Melava Malka – please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.”
Bookings now closed for this event
Guest Speaker Rabbi Malcolm Herman
Rabbi Herman’s introduction to Seed in 2001 heralded a new era for the organisation. Malcolm, who holds a law degree from the LSE had previously spent five years as the Community Director of the Whitefield Synagogue in Manchester. After joining Seed as Director of Programmes, Rabbi Herman was the catalyst for the expansion of the organisation in London and Manchester. A much loved lecturer, known for his creativity and down-to-earth approach, Rabbi Herman now fills the role of Associate National Director.
Mincha @ 15:56 followed by Kabalat Shabbat & Ma’ariv Kiddush @ 17:10