High Holidays

The High Holidays in Judaism, more properly known as the Yamim Noraim are quickly approaching. Unfortuantely this year COVID-19 has changed the way we mark these significant festivals.

We look forward to welcoming you to our services, whether attending our services on Zoom, Facebook or our website we hope that you will appreciate the extra work that is being done behind the scenes by our small team to ensure that the festivals are marked in a memorable way.

Reform Judaism have provided online access to the prayer books (Machzorim), there is a different prayer book for each service which can be found by clicking the links below the service times below.

Erev Rosh Hashanah6th September7.30 pm
Machzor for Erev Rosh Hashannah
Rosh Hashanah Morning7th September10.30 am
Machzor for Rosh Hashannah Morning
Kol Nidre15th September7.00 pm
Machzor for Kol Nidre
Yom Kippur16th September
Machzor for Yom Kippur
Morning Service11.00 am
Musaph Service1.30 pm
Afternoon Service4.00 pm
Yiska (Memorial) Service5.30 pm
Neilah Service6.00 pm
Erev Sukkot20th September7.30 pm
Machzor for Sukkot Evening
Sukkot Morning21st September10.30 am
Machzor for Sukkot Morning
Erev Simchat Torah27th September7.30 pm
Machzor for Simchat Torah Evening
Simchat Torah28th September10.30 am
Machzor for Simchat Torah Morning