Central Synagogue Schedule of Services and Events 3rd to 9th July 2020



Central Synagogue
Schedule of Services and Events
3 – 9 July 2020

Shacharit/Morning Service Services in the Synagogue:
Sunday 9:00 am
Monday-Thursday 7:30 am

Friday 3 July
7:15 pm – Kabbalat Shabbat/Friday Evening Service to welcome Shabbat in with a pre-Shabbat service of song and prayer with Rabbi Ari Cohen (Shabbat starts at 9:06 pm)

Saturday 4 July
10:40 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.

Monday 6 July
7:30 pm – Power Half Hour – Bishul Akum – What’s Cooking Part 2

Tuesday 7 July
4:00 pm – Paint Party – Unleash your inner artist and create a masterpiece guided by artist Sharon Shachter. £10. Pre-booking essential.

7.30 pm – Return to Shul questions with the Rabbi and Mervyn Druian Covid Officer

Wednesday 8 July
10:00 am – Women’s Hour with Rebbetzen Jacqueline Feldman – The World to Come and Resurrection of the Dead.

Thursday 9 July
1:00 – 2:00 pm – Flow and Restore Yoga with Dina – Reset and recharge your body and mind on Thursday afternoons. Email: dina@dynamicflowyoga.com

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