Friday 14 December
18:30 Erev Shabbat Service
led by Rabbi Daniel Smith
Saturday 15 December
10:30 Shabbat Shirah Musical Service
10:30 Main Service
Shacharit led by Rabbi Daniel Smith
Torah Service led by Rabbi Neil Kraft
Celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of Ben Clucas
Edgware & Hendon Reform Synagogue are looking for a dynamic and inspiring Part Time Youth Worker.
If you are passionate about helping children and teenagers have fun, develop their potential and expand their Jewish experience within a Reform Jewish environment, this could be the job for you.
The role also involves student work, Hadracha, school holiday activities and working closely with other departments within the synagogue. You will have worked with similar environments, have excellent leadership and team building skills as well as the ability to deliver creative and imaginative ideas that keep the children engaged with Reform Judaism.
Experience delivering informal education, working with those with special educational needs, knowledge of child protection and Ofsted regulations are highly desirable but not essential. Additional hours will be required whilst running our play schemes at Pesach and in the summer.
16 hours per week, salary £12 per hour. Interviews commencing week beginning 7 January 2019
The Honorary Officers and Council of EHRS are proud to announce the appointment of Rabbi Mark Goldsmith as its Senior Rabbi with effect from Summer 2019. We acknowledge the very significant achievements of Rabbi Goldsmith during his 12-year tenure as Principal Rabbi and Rabbinic Partner at Alyth (North Western Reform) Synagogue and look forward to working with him at EHRS.
Pesach Play Scheme 2019, 4 fun packed days for those aged 5-7, 8-10 and 11-14.
Monday 15 - Thursday 18 April 2019 9:15 - 16:00
EHRS Youth Centre offers children the opportunity to express themselves and have fun in a safe and structured Reform Jewish environment. Friendships started at EHRS last a life time. The experience we have together builds friendships based on shared experiences, respect, honesty and caring. Our activities will provide your children with a high quality experience that will enhance their development, learning and spiritual wellbeing, as well as encouraging them to be an individual and feel part of something bigger (the EHRS and Jewish Community).
Following on from Hendon Reform Synagogue's success at running a Night Shelter for the homeless of Barnet, we held an information evening on 5th of June to discuss the possibility of running a Night Shelter at EHRS.
The evening was well attended with representatives of the charities Together In Barnet (TiB), Homeless Action in Barnet (HAB) and social enterprise Linkey present along with people from the EHRS community who want to volunteer.
The ask from our community is to provide a hot evening meal, shelter for the night and breakfast in the morning for up to 17 homeless people who have a connection with Barnet.