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WELCOME TO SWESRS

The South West Essex and Settlement Reform Synagogue is an exciting and diverse
Reform Community based in Newbury Park, Essex. 

SWESRS

VISION STATEMENT

Spirituality

  • To be a spiritually rich synagogue which is the number one choice for individuals and families in SW Essex, East London and the surrounding areas, providing a range of religious, communal and educational facilities which are a beacon for Reform Judaism and recognised as a model for other communities to aspire to.

welcoming

  • To be a welcoming community, respecting differences but united by shared principles and aims, where everyone feels comfortable, valued and proud to be part of SWESRS

Relationships

  • To be seen in the wider Jewish and non-Jewish community as a respected ambassador for Reform Judaism, striving to support the principles of charity and social justice and working for positive inter-faith and multi-cultural relationships.

SWESRS CAR PARK

Please note that the car park is closed for resurfacing work during the week. This work is planned to take approximately four weeks to complete. Please bear with us whilst we have this important wok carried out and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Street parking is available but please be aware of the no parking restrictions Monday to Friday from 11am to 12 noon.  The car park will have limited spaces for parking on Erev Shabbat, Shabbat morning and Sunday events, however we would ask those who are able to walk from the road to park outside leaving the limited spaces for those who are less able.

DIARY DATES

 

Kol HaMishpachot service (Voice of the Family) on 17th June at SWESRS – all welcome from 0 to 100+ followed by kiddush and a light lunch.

Talk and Tour of the Woodland Cemetery.  Sunday, 25th June 12 30pm2pm at Woodland Cemetery, Cheshunt. An opportunity for a guided visit to the Woodland Cemetery, as well as to ask questions and learn more about the different options available. For example, did you know that there is a section for mixed Jewish/non-Jewish couples, as well as a columbarium for ashes? Please call the office to register your interest in attending.

The Guild’s Tea-Time Quiz will take place on Sunday 2nd July, 3pm – £10 per ticket. Proceeds to SWESRS Refurbishment Fund & ‘Uniting Friends’ – for further information and/or to book places/tables, please contact Judith Jacobs via the synagogue office.