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Covid-19 Safety

We ask all those aged 11+ to wear masks whilst in the building, and to take a lateral flow test either the day before, or on the day of coming to a service/event. If you test positive, or have any Covid symptoms, please don’t come to Shul until your quarantine period is complete. And, if anyone in your household is quarantining, we ask you to act responsibly for the sake of the rest of the community.

Our Values – Under Isolation

The world is different – but our values are the same, only more important than ever.

They’re inscribed on the wall of our Synagogue and translate into ‘virtual’ as follows:

Love your God:
we’re here to deepen our spirit together in prayer, learning and resilience.

Love your neighbour:
we’re here to help each other, practically, emotionally, spiritually.

Love the stranger:
we’re here for our whole society, including those neglected or forgotten.

Refa’einu – Heal us, God

We pray for everyone who is ill, for everyone looking after them and for all who keep our health services and society functioning with great dedication in these harsh times.

Prayer for public health and safety

Mi Sheberakh Imoteinu Sarah, Rivka, Rachel v'Leah,
Ve’Avoteinu Avraham, Yitzhak, v'Yaakov,
Hu yevarekh viyechazek otanu, veyaggein aleinu,
al kehiloteinu ve’al artseinu,
veyatsileinu vechol yoshvei tevel
mimagefah umikol pega ra.
Hu yishmor al kol ha’oskim betsorkei tsibbur be’emunah,
veyishlach refuah lechol hacholim
God, who blessed our ancestors Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel and Leah,
Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, bless us and give us strength and resilience.
Shield us, our communities, our country, and all the inhabitants of the world from plague and disaster.
Protect everyone working for the good of the community, especially those engaged in medical care, in public health and in providing for our basic needs
in hygiene, food and safety.
God, send healing to everyone who is ill. Help us to care for each other with sensitivity and kindness. Guide us in supporting everyone who is worried
about vulnerable family and friends across the globe.
God, be with us and sustain our spirit, as it says in Your name in the Psalms
Immo anochi betsarah,
I am with you in your troubles
and let us say: Amen

How to Join a Zoom Meeting

As our community activities, weekday services, learning and other forms of connecting move online, we will be using the online conference platform Zoom more and more. If you need help understanding how it works, click here for a video tutorial and links to download the Zoom app. We recommend that you keep your software up to date and make sure that you update your Zoom software when new updates are released.

If you need additional technical help: Coffee & Computers is a community initiative that helps newcomers to computers, tablets and smartphones  to cope with the challenges in today’s tech-driven society and to take advantage of the life-enhancing opportunities afforded by new technologies. Coffee & Computers community-based sessions are free and run by volunteers. Their approach is informal, sociable and focused on clients’ individual needs. Personal coaching enables clients to speedily achieve their specific goals.

Sun, 23 January 2022 21 Shevat 5782