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You can join the sessions online from a computer or mobile device.

Click Here for a large image with clickable links for 6-12 July

We are excited to introduce you to RJ Communities TV! The format of our online programming has been changed to reflect the wonderful and inspiring work that our communities provide online for everyone to join.

By clicking on the image below, you will be directed to a PDF with embedded links to each event as given to us by the communities. Some will be Zoom/ Facebook links and some are the shul’s website with information about the links and passwords.

This schedule presents only a selection of weekly events run by the communities. Ad hoc events are listed below.

Please note that Ma’ariv Services will start at 8pm and on Tuesdays and Wednesdays you will have to join the shul’s link.

As we move into this new format there may be a few hiccups, please excuse us for any mistakes and we would love to both hear your feedback and information on regular events you would like to be included – email

If you haven’t used Zoom before try this ‘how-to’ guide so you get off to a flying start. You can also join a test meeting so you are confident when the time comes.

RJ:TV Services and Programmes:

  • Shacharit with LBC, daily 8:30am
  • Maariv – Mondays and Thursday, 8pm
  • Talking About Dying– Mon & Fri 2 – 3PM
    Come once or come regularly – a friendly, open space to talk about dying, and how the pandemic and other experiences of loss affect how we live
  • RJ:TV Lunch and Learn – Fridays 12:30-1:30
    A series of study sessions to nourish your mind and soul.


Alyth Synagogue

  • Jewish Mindfulness Meditation (JMM) (Friday 3 July, 5:15-6pm)
    JMM open our hearts and find peace through our spiritual heritage, especially in these challenging times. Join for contemplation, breathing, movement and meditation. Suitable for all.
    Upcoming JMM on Fridays: 17 & 31 July,5:15-6pm
    Upcoming JMM on Shabbat: 11 & 25 July 9.15-10am
    Click here to join (Meeting ID: 977 611 369 Password: 035091).
  • Shabbat Morning Shiur: Mah Tovu – When Our “Tents” Become Screens” (Saturday 4 July, 9:15-10:15)
    An exploration of how this week’s Parasha relates to our current moment. With Cantor Tamara.
    Click here to join by Zoom (Meeting ID: 240 937 705, Password: 602287).
  • Sensory Shabbat (Saturday 4 July, 11:00-12:00)
    Our Shabbat experience designed to stimulate your babies’ senses in the first years of their life. Join Rabbi Hannah from your homes. Suitable for babies from birth to 2 years.
    Click here to join (Meeting ID: 923 1184 7370, Password: 148273).
  • Desert Island Discs (Monday 6 July, 2-2:45pm)
    Hosted by Abi Symons.  Every other week, a member of the Alyth team or community will share pieces of music that have helped, inspired, or changed us. with Rabbi Hannah Kingston
    Click here to join (Meeting ID: 863 2988 8743, Password: 138638).


Beth Shalom, Cambridge

Services by Zoom, led by a weekly-changing team of our members – contact for links.

  • Every Shabbat morning at 10.30 a.m
  • Weekly Saturday night Havdalah at around 9pm but getting earlier!
  • Kabbalat Shabbat at 6.30pm on the first and third Fridays of the month


Edgware and Hendon Reform Synagogue (under community channel)

  • Online Talk of the Week (Friday 3 July, 2-3pm)
    Discovering & Documenting England’s Lost Jews with Susannah Kraft-Levine. Hosted by Rabbi Mark, Susannah, who many will know as the wife of Rabbi Neil Kraft z’’l, shares what she and the project team have been finding and why it is so fascinating. E-mail for the Zoom details or join us on livestream.


Finchley Reform Synagogue
To join all meetings on:
(Meeting ID: 6861340661, Password: siddur)

  • Kuddle Up Shabbat, Fridays, 4.15pm
    Join Rabbi Miriam and Tevye the Torahsaurus to bring in Shabbat every Friday


Harlow Jewish Community

  • “The Effects of Covid-19 on the BAME Community”  (Tuesday 14 July at 7.30pm)
    A Talk by Edie Friedman from JCORE followed by Q+A.
    Join using
    Meeting ID: 875 521 5822, Password: 623129


Menorah Synagogue – Cheshire Reform Congregation

  • Virtual Tea with Rabbi Fabian (Thursdays 3-4pm)
    An online “check-in” and virtual tea.
    To join: Meeting ID 173 428 607 – no password needed


Mosaic Reform Synagogue

  • Sharing Our Hobbies’ – “Extreme Birding – A Virtual 7 Days” (Sunday 5th July, 4pm)
    Nick Prentice will take us on a world tour, with his 7 most exciting days birding ever – one from each continent, highlighting how conservation efforts are saving our endangered birds. Meeting ID: 849 0131 9957, Password: 684527
  • Meet the Author – with Martin Noble (Tuesday 7th July, 2.30pm )
    Martin’s current bread-and-butter work is book-editing for publishers, mainly academic books, chiefly arts, philosophy and humanities for Oxford University Press and Routledge.  Among the many authors whose books he has edited or with whom he has collaborated over the past 50 years are:Gary Barlow, George Best, Richard Branson, Anthony Burgess, Alan Carr, Tony Hawks, Sir Derek Jacobi, Stephen King, Jerzy Kosinski, Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, Colin MacInness, Gareth Malone, Dr Anne Merriman (Founder of Hospice Africa), Dame Jenni Murray, Pat Phoenix, Vic Reeves, Eva Schloss (Anne Franks stepsister, Holocaust survivor), Louis Spence, Rosie Swale-Pope, MBE, Pete Townsend, Ruby Wax, Henry Wermouth (Holocaust survivor), Colin Wilson to name just a few.“
    Meeting ID: 854 0516 3132; Password: 576174


Radlett Reform Synagogue
watch us on or

  • Clergy Kavvanah Connect – (Daily)
    Join a member of Radlett clergy at 11am every day apart from Shabbat, on the synagogue website/facebook
  • Lets Get Quizzical (Sunday 5 July 8pm)
    All welcome to join us for the return of our popular virtual quiz. Get your virtual team together (can be multi-households) for our zoom based quiz, only £3/person for a great evening’s entertainment. Book at


Sha’arei Tsedek North London Reform Synagogue
Join all sessions via

  • Just One Word (Mondays, 8.00 pm)
    Exploring spirituality through one Hebrew word at a time with Rabbi Shulamit Ambalu.
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