Shabbos Services - 10th & 11th September
It was so heartwarming to see so many of our members in Shul over Rosh Hashanah. Our services in all the venues were well attended while Covid-19 protocols were adhered to at all times. We are now busy preparing for Yom Kippur and we will communicate further regarding Shul registration once we have clarity regarding the new Government legislation on public gatherings.
Today, being the Fast of Gedaliah, Mincha will be at 5:30pm in the Shtibl. From Sunday evening night Mincha will start at 5:45pm.
We look forward to our Shabbos services this weekend. As part of adjusted alert level 3, religious gatherings are permitted but limited to a maximum of 50 people indoors. Please note that booking is essential, if you wish to attend our Shabbos services, in order for us to prepare appropriately. To book for a service please click the button BOOK HERE.
Unfortunately, given the strict limit on the number of attendees, we cannot accommodate children below Bar and Bat Mitzvah, however Children Services with our Youth Madrichim will take place on Friday night and Shabbos Day.
Please note that on Friday night and Shabbos morning we will have two services, one in the Big Shul and one in the Shtibl.
In addition, Rebbetzin Estee will be hosting her monthly Ladies Shabbos Shmooz, in person, in the Seeff Hall starting at 10:00am. Registration for this too is required.
The venues and times of services for this Shabbos are as follows:
Bookings on the Quicket website will open today at 2:15pm and will close on Friday 10th September at 8:30am. Seat allocation will be on a first come first served basis. ou will receive an email confirmation of your booking.
We apologise in advance for any disappointment in us being unable to accommodate you and urge you to not to just arrive at a service. Anyone who does arrive without a confirmed booking will unfortunately be turned away.
For any further clarification and/or any questions please call Jonty Cohen at the office on 072 836 5041.
We appreciate your support and partnership throughout these challenging times and wish to see you all soon and most importantly in good health.
We wish you all good health and strength.
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