Muswell Hill Synagogue
Bamidbar 26 & 27 May 8.47pm 10.04pm

SERVICE TIMES – 26 May to 3 June 2017

Shabbat – 26/27 May
Starts – 8.47pm
Ends – 10.04pm

Kabalat Shabbat
7.00pm

Shabbat Mincha 
9.00pm – followed by Ma’ariv

Sunday, 28 May
Shacharit – 8.15am – Followed by breakfast

Monday, 29 May
Shacharit – 8.30am

Tuesday, 30 May – Erev Shavuot
Mincha – 7.15pm followed by Ma’ariv
Starts – 8.52pm

Wednesday, 31 May – 1st Day Shavuot
Shacharit – 9.15am
Mincha – 7.00pm followed by Ma’ariv

Thursday, 1 June – 2nd Day Shavuot
Shacharit – 9.15am
Mincha – 9.10pm followed by Ma’ariv
Ends – 10.12pm

Shabbat – 2/3 June
Starts – 8.55pm
Ends – 10.14pm

Kabalat Shabbat
7.00pm

Shabbat Mincha 
9.00pm – followed by Ma’ariv

Adult ed

We have a variety of programmes running at different times of the year ranging from speakers in shul on Shabbat to Lunch and Learn events

Shabbat on the Hill:

About once a month in Muswell Hill we get together for a great kiddush, often featuring chulent and a fascinating speaker. We call it Shabbat on the Hill

More details here:

 Text Together:

After the success of the Shabbat on the Hill programme, We are launching a new programme called, Text Together.  We will invite in a teacher for Shabbat morning to teach us a text after Shul and before kiddush. The text may well be from a specific genre, so that over the year and onwards, we can increase our awareness of different classic Jewish texts.

More details here

Talmud Classes with Rabbi David:

THURSDAY MORNINGS 11.00AM to 12 NOON

For over five years now Rabbi David has been running a much loved Talmud Class. You do not need to be an expert at reading and translating Talmud – just interested in delving into the fascinating discussions of the Rabbis, who created a text that is the source of our Jewish Law. The class is open to both men and women so please feel free to come along and try it.The class is usually held at the home of Danny Teacher,  contact the office  for more details and the cost is FREE!!
More details here

Lunch and Learn:

Come along to the shul for a bagel lunch and a fascinating talk on a Jewish theme? Let Rabbi David know if you would be interested.

More details here