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A Masorti Rosh Hashanah is…

By Masorti Judaism

…welcoming…inclusive…child friendly…meaningful…engaging

Whatever you’re looking for this Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, we’re confident there’s a Masorti community that’s right for you!

Welcome to Masorti Judaism!

Masorti communities are open to visitors. Some are free of charge; others charge a small fee.

For information about attending services at specific communities, follow the links below:

Edgware Masorti Synagogue

Elstree & Borehamwood Masorti Community

New London Synagogue (Abbey Road)

New North London Synagogue (Finchley)

New Stoke Newington Shul

Kol Nefesh Masorti Synagogue (Edgware)

St Albans Masorti Synagogue

Mosaic Masorti (Hatch End)

Leeds Masorti

Oxford Masorti

There’s something for everyone!

Our services range from small and experimental, to large and formal.

We have traditional and egalitarian services, as well as explanatory services, children’s services and parallel learning sessions.

Bring the kids!

Masorti communities offer children’s services for all ages, as well as family services and teens’ services. All are led by dedicated professionals and volunteers.

Some communities serve lunch for children on Yom Kippur (pre-booking is required).

Contact individual communities for further details.

Be ready for the High Holydays with Masorti Judaism.

There are a range of programmes across Masorti communities to help you prepare for these special days.

Highlights include:

A Ten Day Spiritual ‘Retreat-at-Home’ on the theme of B’Tselem Elohim – In the Image of God, choral selichot services hosted by New North London Synagogue and the Masorti Alliance and sessions to help you follow the High Holyday liturgy, such as Machzor Sat Nav

It’s not just about prayer!

At Masorti communities, you can take part in a range of parallel activities and learning sessions. These include explanatory prayer services, discussion groups, QandA sessions and meditation circles.

We’re confident that there is something on offer to inspire you!

Posted on 18 August 2019