Muswell Hill Synagogue
Pinchas 14/15 July 8.58pm 10.13pm

SERVICE TIMES – 14 to 22 July 2017

Shabbat – 14/15 July – Pinchas
Starts – 8.58pm
Ends – 10.13pm

Kabalat Shabbat
7.15pm

Shabbat Mincha 
9.10pm – followed by Ma’ariv

Sunday, 16 July
Shacharit – 8.15am – Followed by breakfast

Monday, 17 July
Shacharit – 7.00am

Thursday, 20 July
Shacharit – 7.00am

Shabbat – 21/22 July – Mattot/Masei
Starts – 8.51pm
Ends – 10.03pm

Kabalat Shabbat
7.15pm

Shabbat Mincha 
9.00pm – followed by Ma’ariv

Volunteering at MHS

Get involved at MHS however you can. However much or little time you have and whatever you're interested in, - there's something for you.

There’s so many things at our shul, that happen because volunteers make them happen. Whilst our professional staff do a wonderful job, the volunteers contribute in so many ways.

If there’s something you’d like to do that isn’t on the list below, we’d love to hear about it, email the shul office and talk to Jo or email our Community Events director Eli Gaventa.

 You can join the security rota  Email Annette Kurer  
 Lead children services  Email Hela Shamash  
 Plan events Email Eli Gaventa.  
 Help set up a film club  Email Simon Danker  
 Help with services  Email the wardens  
Help build the shul’s succah Email the shul office  
Visit members in their homes Email the welfare team  
Offer hospitality for Friday night or chagim Email the welfare team  
Call members after a bereavement Email the welfare team  
Shop for members  Email the welfare team  
Come to our cooking club Email the social action team  
Help at the Trustle Trust food bank Email the social action team  
Help on Mitzvah Day Email the social action team  
 Join the kiddish rota  Email Linda Cohen  
 Help show local school children around the shul on tours Email Anthony Sober   

Or devise your own event or project  – just talk to Eli or the Rabbi who will help you put it on.

I started leading visits of local schoolchildren to the synagogue as a way of helping to counter the negative impressions about Jews and Judaism that are out there in the press and (more recently) electronic media. It is very rewarding, after a session, to hear them say how much they have learned or how much they enjoyed it. And the positive comments of the teachers and accompanying adults are a further bonus.

Anthony Sober- Shul volunteer