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High Holydays

The annual High Holydays newsletter is on its way to you all. There will be services in the Synagogue, but you must book for them through treasurer.asjcc@gmail.com. You will receive a confirmation email in return. Please do not attend if you have not received this. We can only accommodate 10 people in the Synagogue. Please also follow all the Health & Safety Guidelines that are in place for your safety. You will still need to book for the Tashlich service but we can accommodate more people for this.

For those who are unable to attend the Synagogue, we have recorded the Shofar blowing for you to listen to.

Details of our High Holy Day services are given below. Services will be led by members of the community. We wish everyone Shana Tovah.

ROSH HASHANAH / NEW YEAR 5781 Friday 18th September 7.00pm – Ma’ariv (evening) service, plus Torah reading for 1st day Rosh Hashanah Saturday 19th September 7.00pm – Ma’ariv (evening) service, plus Torah reading for 2nd day Rosh Hashanah. The shofar will be blown after the service. We hope it will be blown in the garden, and congregants will be able hear it from synagogue through the open windows.

Sunday 20th September 10.30am – Tashlich service by the River Dee

YOM KIPPUR / DAY OF ATONEMENT Sunday 27th September 6.35pm – light candles 6.40pm – fast commences 7.00pm – Kol Nidre service





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