Edgware and Hendon Reform Synagogue (EHRS) is an inclusive, progressive, vibrant and welcoming Holy community, which strongly values tradition whilst responding to the challenges of modern day Jewish living.
There are so many activities and opportunities at EHRS, which make it much more than a synagogue, it is a community centre for all ages, or as someone described us, a multiplex cinema offering something for everyone.
The synagogue building is a place of worship and also a community centre with many different regular and special activities for all ages. We are delighted to offer a huge range of Synagogue services and activities to cater for all ages. These include Nagila, our Early Years Nursery; Orot, our Religion School; Youth Clubs; Uniformed Groups; our Day Centre for the elderly, plus a wide range of adult education and social groups.
Friday 19 July
18:30 Erev Shabbat Service
Led by Rabbi Mark Goldsmith
Saturday 20 July
9:15 Bite of Torah Breakfast
10:30 Shabbat Shirah Musical Service
10:30 Main Service
Shacharit Service led by Rabbi Mark Goldmsith
Torah Service led by Rabbi Neil Kraft
Celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of Oliver Powell
RSY-Netzer Shemesh Summer Camp Send Off Erev Shabbat Service
Friday 19 July, 18:30 - 19:20
Are you going to any of the RSY-Netzer Summer camps this summer? Whether you are attending as a Chanich/ah or a Madrich/ah, we would love to wish you a brilliant time! Come to our Erev Shabbat service so our Rabbis and the EHRS community can join you in celebrating what you are about to experience, and for the chance to meet each other.
Bite of Torah Breakfast,
Saturday 20 July, 09:15 - 10:15
Beware of zealots with sharp weapons! In our Torah portion, Pinchas, Aaron’s grandson, killed two people in what he thought was a righteous cause. Please join us we investigate Jewish zealotry with Rabbi Mark.
EHRS Interfaith Forum
Wednesday 17 July, 20:00 - 21:30
Over the past decades EHRS has been a pioneer in building relationships with our local Christian, Muslim and Hindu communities.
We have enjoyed a close relationship with the Stanmore Mosque, St Peters Church and all the partners in the Together in Barnet Homeless Shelter.
Dispelling ignorance and working together with other faiths is one of the strongest ways of challenging anti-Semitism, and it’s great to know our neighbours!
Join Michael Casale, Rabbi Mark and your fellow EHRS members as we work out how to take our interfaith programme forwards. Your voice and your ideas are most welcome.
EHRS Young Adults presents a sizzling summer Pub Quiz!
Wednesday 24 July, 20:00
At the Adam & Eve Pub, Mill Hill, NW7 1RL
Quiz starts at 20:00, in our own private room. You can order food & drinks from the bar.
Entry is £2 per person, and there will be a cash prize for the winning team!
Teams of up to 6, but don’t worry if you don’t have a team, we can add you to one.
You will find all information on the group and upcoming events on our Facebook group - EHRS Young Adults.
Welcome to this year’s Kaytana & Kadima.
Join us for 2 weeks packed full of fun and creative activities for everyone aged 5-14, from Monday 29 July to Friday 9 August.
Kaytana (5-7’s & 8-10’s) Our two youngest age groups can enjoy days filled with fun games and themed activities including, drama, sports, arts & crafts, cooking, as well as learning new life skills and making many new friends.
Kadima (10-14’s) An age group that are looking for more freedom and the ability to choose what they want to do, this is what Kadima is all about! We have fun activities, planned and tailored to this older age group.
Fun-tastic Fridays are back with Inflatable Fun and a Roller Disco!
Kaytana & Kadima will enjoy a day trip to the Science & History
Museums during week one, and Thorpe Park during week two.
Kadima’s half day outings will be to the Adventure Golf Lost Jungle during week one, and a treasure hunt during week two.
THIS TRIP IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.
EHRS ‘All Things Jewish’ Day Trip to Cambridge
Cambridge University, Medieval Jewish Cambridge and the Woolf Institute
Thursday 15 August 08:30 - 18:00
Join Rabbi Mark Goldsmith for a day in Cambridge. We will begin at the Woolf Institute with a specially held seminar for us in their home at Westminster College, Cambridge. Dr Ed Kessler MBE, Director of the Institute, will teach us about Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations. We will then enjoy a buffet lunch catered for us at the beautiful new Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue followed by a walking tour (about a mile in length, with plenty of rest stops) of medieval Jewish Cambridge led by local historian Dr Eva Simmons, and finally some time to wander in this beautiful city.
There are 34 places available.
Cost £35, includes return coach travel from EHRS, all admissions, lunch and refreshments
Please join us for our annual EHRS Supper Quiz in aid of the Youth Centre
Sunday 27 October, 18:30 - 21:30
Tickets are £20 per person
Tables of 8 - 10, so please bring your friends along to enjoy the evening.
Food and soft drinks provided. Please feel free to bring your own wine. Food to be served at 18:30 (vegetarian option available)
We will be taking photographs during the evening for publicity purposes. If you would prefer not to be photographed, please notify the quiz masters on the night giving your table number or name. For more information please contact Babs on 0208 954 2776 or 07957 260111
Please book and pay below.