Central Online Community List of Events

Central Synagogue Online Community

List of Events

 

Wednesday 8 April

9:00 am – Shacharit followed by Siyum for Fast of the First Born with Rabbi Lerer

6:30 pm – “Pre Seder” Seder – Join the Lerer and Leas families for a Seder experience before Yom Tov starts (7.30pm)

 

Saturday 11 April

9:00 pm – Havdala live from the Shul with the Lerer family. This will also include a prayer for Refua Shelema and a Memorial Prayer for all those who have Yahrzeit this coming week

 

Sunday 12 April

9:00 am – Shacharit including Hallel with Rabbi Lerer followed by learning a Mishna for those remembering a loved one

10:00 am – Quiz Time Pesach Special with Leonard Fertleman

 

Monday 13 April

8:00 pm – Evening Service with Rabbi Lerer followed by learning a Mishna for those remembering a loved one

 

Tuesday 14 April

6:00 pm – Yizkor service. As we will be unable to say Yizkor together in shul on 8th Day Pesach (Thursday 16th) Rabbi Lerer will be leading a communal Yizkor with prayers for loved ones as well as Prayers for those who perished in the Holocaust and those who gave their lives defending the State of Israel. (Please do say Yizkor again on Thursday when you pray by yourselves). Yom Tov starts at 7:40 pm.

 

Thursday 16 April

9:00 pm – Havdala for the end of Pesach, live from the Shul, with the Lerer family

 

Friday 17 April

7:15 pm – Kabbalat Shabbat from the Shul with Rabbi Lerer

 

Saturday 18 April

9:15 pm – Havdala live from the Shul with the Lerer family. This will also include a prayer for Refua Shelema and a Memorial Prayer for all those who have Yahrzeit this coming week

 

Sunday 19 April

9:00 am – Shacharit with Rabbi Lerer followed by learning a Mishna for those remembering a loved one

9:45 am – Quiz time with Leonard Fertleman

 

 

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