Events

Family Friendly

Events for all the family....

  • Shabbat Va-yishlach

    Saturday November 24, 10:30 am

    Service starts at 10:30am

    Baby Blessing – Ivy Davis

    Kol Hamishpachot - Family Service, bring all the family, the more the merrier!

    Followed by Kiddush.

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  • Erev Shabbat Va-yeishev

    Friday November 30, 6:45 pm

    6.45pm – Early Family Service / BM Shabbaton
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  • Shabbat Va-yeishev

    Saturday December 1, 10:30 am

    10.30am – Shabbat Morning Service

    BM Shabbaton

    The Children’s Service will start 10.20am — there will be the usual singing and fun plus chocolates for everyone celebrating their birthday and of course Kiddush.

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  • Chanukah Candle Lighting by the Sea

    Wednesday December 5, 5:00 pm

    Chanukah Sameach!

    You are invited to a  SWESRS Chanukah Lighting Celebration with Rabbi Lisa  for the 4th of Night of Chanukah at the home of Hedda and Clifford Harris in Thorpe Bay.

    Please bring veggie nibbles to share.

     

    RSVP to the office by Friday 30th November to let us know you are coming, and for details of the address - 020 8599 0936 or admin@swesrs.org.uk

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  • Erev Shabbat Mikkeitz/ Jazz Shabbat @ Sukkat Shalom

    Friday December 7, 7:00 pm

    PLEASE NOTE NO 8.30PM SERVICE @SWESRS

    Jazz Shabbat & Chavurah Dinner @ Sukkat Shalom

    Fantastic live band playing all the traditional Kabbalat Shabbat melodies in a jazz rhythm!

    Followed by Chavurah bring and share supper at approx. 8pm.

    Please let us know if you are planning on going – 020 8599 0936 or admin@swesrs.org.uk. We will pass your names on to Sukkat Shalom

    WHY NOT  ATTEND WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS!

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  • Shabbat Mikkeitz

    Saturday December 8, 10:30 am

    10.30am – Shabbat Morning Service

    The Children’s Service will start 10.20am — there will be the usual singing and fun plus chocolates for everyone celebrating their birthday and of course Kiddush.

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