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RJ Communities TV Schedule

We are excited to introduce you to RJ Communities TV! 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.

We would love to both hear your feedback and information on regular events you would like to be included – email

RJ:TV Services and Programmes:

  • Shacharit-
    Whether you are recently bereaved, remembering someone, or would just like to start an ordinary day with our small supportive online community – please do join us.

  • Maariv – Mondays, 7pm with FRS; Tuesdays 7pm (contact for the link); Wednesday 8pm with Alyth. Thursday 5:30pm with BHRS (contact for link and password).
  • Talking About Living– Mondays 2 – 3PM
    We began ‘Talking about Dying’ at the height of the pandemic – everyone knew someone who had been impacted.  In reality, we talk about LIVING and how changing and uncertain times affect our life choices and priorities.  Our friendly group meets every Monday.


Alyth Synagogue

Click Here for the full Alyth’s May Programming

  • Jewish Mindfulness Meditation
    Jewish Mindfulness Meditation helps us to 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.
    Fridays 17:15-18:15: 14, 28 May
    9.15-10.15am: 8, 22 May
    Click Here to join Fridays sessions; Meeting ID: 977 611 369, Password: 035091
    Click Here to join Saturdays sessions; Meeting ID: 844 520 435, Password: 753749
  • Monday Shacharit (Mondays 8:30-9:15am)
    Online Shacharit Services with Cantor Tamara or Rabbi Elliott.
    Click here to join by zoom; (Meeting ID: 854 5403 7876, Passcode: 785089)
  • Thursday Shacharit (Thursdays 8:30-9:15am)
    Online Shacharit Services with Cantor Tamara or Rabbi Elliott.
    Click here to join by zoom; (Meeting ID: 854 8574 6664, Passcode: 785089)


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 7.30pm
  • Kabbalat Shabbat at 6.30pm on the third Friday of the month

Plus weekly ‘Parashat Hashavua’ on Thursdays at 8pm


Brighton & Hove Reform Synagogue

  • Erev Shabbat Service at 6.30pm – join us as we bid farewell to the past week and welcome in Shabbat by streaming our service via Zoom.
    Please contact the Synagogue office for log-in details.
  • Shabbat Services:
    Shabbat Service at 10.30am –  Please contact the Synagogue office for log-in details.
    Havdalah at 5pm every Saturday – Join our streaming service via Zoom.
    Please contact the Synagogue office for log-in details.
  • Daily Weekday Services:
    Shachrit every morning at 7.30am (Sundays to Fridays)
    Go to:   ~   type 790-285-615
    Mincha everyday at 2pm (Sundays to Fridays)
    Go to:   ~   type 571-620-138
    Ma’ariv at 5.30pm (Sundays to Thursdays!)
    Thursday’s Ma’ariv service is followed by Rabbi’s weekly shiur
    Go to:   ~   type 258-315-566

Please contact the Synagogue Office on for the relevant passwords.

For Children’s services and Cheder, please contact:


Bromley Reform Synagogue


Cardiff Reform Synagogue

Services by Zoom, led by our Wardens and a team of our members
contact for links.
• Kabbalat Shabbat at 6.30 pm every Friday
• Shabbat morning service at 10.30 a.m, weekly.


Edgware and Hendon Reform Synagogue (under community channel)
Please email for Zoom details.

  • Bite of Torah; Saturday 15 May, 9.15-10am
    Wilderness Torah: The Torah portion BaMidbar is nearly always read just before Shavuot. And Shavuot is when Israel receives the Torah as related to Moses by God. Join Rabbi Roberta to explore the relationship between being in the desert (midbar) and receiving the Law that has kept Jews together for close on three thousand years. Please email for Zoom details.
  • Torah & Tots; Saturday 15 May, 11am-12pm
    Our Shabbat morning service for the youngest in our community. Specially made for 0-6 year olds to introduce your little ones to synagogue with songs, stories and activities. Also the perfect way to collect your CRP points! Led by EHRS’s Young Families Lead, Sarah Koster. This service will occur on every 3rd Saturday of the month. Please go to to book.
  • Shabbat Family Service; Saturday 15 May, 11am-12pm
    Our innovative and participative Shabbat service for young people aged 6-12 and their families uses Zoom so we can pray, sing, learn and question together. It is led by our Rabbis and the young people of our community. Join us on Zoom or the LeDor VaDor Livestream. Please email for Zoom details.
  • Shavuot Celebrations; Sunday 16 – Monday 17 May
    We have some wonderful celebrations for Shavuot this year. Join us for services, our Tikkun Ley’l Shavuot study session ‘Textflix and Chill – The Torah for Today with our Rabbis and special guests’, a special Bite of Torah, and a Family Shavuot Afternoon Tea Party! Please go to to see everything we have in store for you this Shavuot.
  • Spring Break & Spring Break Plus children’s schemes at EHRS; Tuesday 1 – Friday 4 June, 9.15am-4pm
    Join us for four fun packed days, socially distanced, getting creative, with amazing activities! Strict regulations will be adhered to by all staff and volunteers with regards to health and safety. If the government guidance changes and we are not permitted to run scheme, you will receive a full monetary refund. Spring Break: 5-9 year olds ~ Spring Break Plus: 10-13 year olds. For more details and to book your place, please go to or
  • Kuddle-Up Bedtime Stories
    The Edgware and Hendon Reform Synagogue Young Families team, including our Rabbis, have recorded a short bed time story for seven nights. The perfect end to a lockdown day for all young children and the people who care for them! So Kuddle-Up and enjoy a story of Jewish meaning whenever you would like. Click here for the link to the EHRS YouTube channel to enjoy.


Finchley Reform Synagogue
To join all meetings on:
(Meeting ID: 6861340661)
For further info and password, please contact:


Harlow Jewish Community

Harlow Jewish Community is currently holding Friday night and Shabbat services over zoom. Most services are led by Rabbi Irit Shillor. Everyone is welcome to attend. For login details please email

Kabbalat Shabbat – Friday 14th May, 7.30pm
Shavuot Evening Service – Sunday 16th May, 6pm
Torah Study – Naso – Thursday 13th May, 6pm


Kol Chai

  • Jewish Military History Talk (Wednesday 19 May, 8pm)
    Overview of major Arab-Israeli wars, highlighting selected military conflicts between Israeli forces and various Arab forces, most notably in 1948-49, 1956, 1967, 1973, 1982 and 2006. Presented by Felipe Lopez, a retired Colonel from the US Army.
  • Mental Health and Well-being Conversations 
    Tuesday 25 May at 8pm – Learning from lockdown: Keeping in touch with our mental health
    Join on zoom
  • Kol Chai Teatime check-in! (Wednesdays at 4pm)
    How are you doing during this lockdown? Join us for a cup of tea and a chat as we hang out together. A little bit of togetherness, connection, support and fun. Bring your own tea and biscuits!
    Location: your living room, bedroom, or another comfortable corner of your home.
    Join via zoom.
  • New Current Affairs Discussion Group (Thursdays 2pm-3.30pm)
    Come and share your views, learn from each other and debate in a relaxed, friendly and informal environment.
    Click Here to join


Leo Baeck College

Leo Baeck College Lehrhaus Spring 2021 Adult Learning Programme.
Enrich your mind. Feed your soul.

Our Lehrhaus Spring 2021 Programme is now taking bookings. From Intermarriage in the Rabbinic Imagination to Magic to Divination and Witchcraft in the Bible to How to Leyn in 6 Lessons … we have an extensive range of wonderful courses to suit all tastes, all taught by our outstanding faculty and specialists teachers.

For the full programme and more information please go to:


Lyons Learning Project

  • Progressive Revelation: Talmud and Justice – Wednesday 19th May, 7pm
    From Pesach to Shavuot, we journey from Egypt to Sinai and focus our minds on revelation and a greater understanding of our identity and our destiny. In this session, Rabbi Margaret Jacobi (Birmingham Progressive Synagogue) will look at passages from the Talmud which wrestle with these complexities of having ‘rights’ and ‘wrongs’.


Makor Hayim


Mosaic Reform Synagogue

  • Meet the Author, Keren David – Sunday 16th May, 4pm
    Keren will be interviewed by Steve Levinson
    Keren David is the award-winning author of twelve Young Adult novels. She has had a long career in journalism, and is currently Associate Editor (Features) for the Jewish Chronicle – where she started her career as a messenger girl. In between she worked for many national newspapers and has lived in London, Glasgow and Amsterdam. Her latest book “What We’re Scared Of”, is about contemporary antisemitism and Jewish identity. The Times called it “an engaging, powerful and timely book”.
  • 60+ Years – A Celebration – Sunday 23rd May, 4pm
    Join us at 4.00 pm to celebrate 60+ years at Bessborough Road. A fun afternoon of memories, quiz (how well do you remember Bessborough Road?) music, photos, children, farewells and news on our new home in Stanmore.
  • Meet the Author – Hadley Freeman – Tuesday 25th May, 2.30pm
    Join us at 2.30 when Hadley Freeman will be interviewed by Steve Levinson. ‘A near perfect study of Jewish identity…in the 20th century. If there is a better book about the anguish of Jewish survival I have yet to read it.’ – The Daily Telegraph. ‘House of Glass is extraordinary. It reads like a mystery and a memoir and a gripping history of the last century … Freeman doesn’t hide from the grey spaces people inhabit during wartime, or shy away from drawing the terrifying parallels to today’s iterations of those ancient hatreds. It’s a brave and wonderful book’ – Nathan Englander. 


North West Surrey Synagogue
For details on how to join contact

  • Lifelong Learning – The Kabalah: Kosher and Treif – Wednesday 19 May, 7.30-9.30pm
    A talk by Professor Les Lancaster. For details on how to join, contact
  • Shabbat Torah Study Session + Tea and Havdalah – Saturday 22nd May, 4-5.30pm
    For details on how to join, contact


Radlett Reform Synagogue
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Please contact for zoom details.
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  • Erev Shavuot (Sunday 16 May, 6.30pm)
    Followed by Tikkun Leil Shavuot at 8.30pm – a night of fascinating sessions led by the clergy of Radlett, Alyth and Finchley Reform. Details at
  • Tots Kabbalat Shabbat (Fridays at 4pm)
    Music and shabbat fun for little ones, on the synagogue’s facebook or youtube page
  • Clergy Kavvanah Connect – (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
    Join a member of Radlett clergy at 11am on the synagogue website/Facebook
  • Novel Talmud (Thursdays at 11.15am)
    Creative reading of Talmud stories with “A Bride for One Night” by Ruth Calderon. You are welcome to join us for lively discussion and accessible study with Rabbi Paul Freedman. In A Bride for One Night – Talmudic Tales, Ruth Calderon, former Member of Knesset, rewrites some of the liveliest and most colourful stories in the Talmud, breathing new life into an ancient text. We will explore each Talmudic story and Calderon’s creative retelling. You do not need to have read the book beforehand. Don’t forget to bring your own coffee! Zoom details from the synagogue office.


Sha’arei Tsedek North London Reform Synagogue
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  • Erev Shabbat Mishpacha – Make No-Bake Cupcake Cheesecakes with us (Friday 14 May, 4pm)
    Join Rabbi Shulamit Ambalu and make no-bake cup cheesecakes to welcome the festival of Shavuot. You will need:
    – A few clean glass jars or thick small ramekins glasses
    – Half a packet of biscuits, eg. Digestives or Ginger biscuits
    – A few tablespoons of melted butter
    – Cream cheese, plain thick yoghurt, honey, vanilla extract, salt and lemon juice
    – Topping of your choice: fruit, grated lemon rind, chocolate, or sprinkles
    Together we will make the cup cheesecakes and welcome in Shabbat. Suitable for under 7’s. Join via
  • Tikkun Leyl Shavuot – Moving Forwards! (Saturday 15 May, 8.30pm)
    Join us as we move into our next 60 years.
    – Make music and move with us! Interactive Klezmer Niggun workshop with Ilana Kravitz – Sing, bring your musical instrument, and learn a klezmer dance!
    – Learn with Emeritus Rabbi Colin Eimer and Rabbi Shulamit Ambalu – take part in our interactive Talmud learning experience, on the themes of change, leadership, and communal ethics.
    – Explore Torah with Rabbi James Baaden – discovering the possibilities that open up in endings and new beginnings.
    Join via Sha’arei Tsedek’s website, watch live on Sha’arei Tsedek’s Facebook page or join via Zoom
  • Shavuot Festival Morning Service – Standing Together at Sinai, Sha’arei Tsedek together with North West Surrey Synagogue (Monday 17 May, 10.30am)
    Musical Shavuot Festival Morning Service – led by members of both communities.
    Join via Sha’arei Tsedek’s website, watch live on Sha’arei Tsedek’s Facebook page or join via Zoom
  • Midweek Group with Rabbi Colin Eimer (Thursdays 10am)
    Come along and join with others with to experience Jewish teaching and learning and to find in that tradition what is ours to access and enjoy. All welcome. Join via Zoom.
  • ‘To everything there is a season’ Music Series with Rabbi James Baaden (Thursdays 3.00 pm)
    Join Rabbi Baaden for his popular music series. Interactive two hours of music and discussion. All welcome. Join via Zoom.


Sinai Synagogue, Leeds
Join our streamed services directly through the website:

  • Kabbalat Shabbat, Fridays 6:30pm;
  • Shabbat Morning, Saturday 10.30am
  • Sinai Book Club, (2nd Tuesday of the month @ 7pm)
    For zoom details please contact
  • Visit the website for Zoom details of weekly Kaddish and Kiddush and for more information about what’s happening at Sinai.


South West Essex & Settlement Reform Synagogue (SWESRS)

  • Shavuot Morning Service – Monday 17 May, 10.30am
    SWESRS and Sukkat Shalom are joining together for this year’s Shavuot Morning Service – Click here to join the service – the session will be available from 10.20am with the service commencing at 10.30am.
  • Spanish with Raina Dalton – Wednesday 19 May, 11am
    Get ready for travelling and learn a language:- SPANISH once a week with Raina Dalton. 30 minutes on ZOOM once a week. Classes will cover basic Spanish such as introducing ourselves and simple conversation. To book place email
  • SWESRS Kol HaMishpachot (Voice of the Family) Musical Family Service with Mich Sampson – Saturday 22 May, 10.30am
  • Tea @ Two – Tuesday 25 May, 2pm
    Speaker Harry Goldstein will be throwing a new light on the various waves of Jewish immigration to the USA. For joining details email the shul office –
  • Down Memory Lane – Tuesday 1 June, 2pm
    Join Eleanor Bloom for a trip down memory lane – this session will be about Jewish markets, shops & fashions of the day. For joining details email the shul office –
  • All welcome to join us on Zoom, the more the merrier! For further details email


The Wimbledon Synagogue

  • Lunch and Learn – Weekly Torah Study Group with Rabbi Adrian (Wednesdays at 11am)
    Our famous Lunch and Learn is back in the form of an open Torah study via Zoom. The Shiur is open for everyone who wants to learn about and study the treasures of our holy scripture. Everyone is welcome, not only to join, but also to take part in the discussion, to ask questions and/or to raise a difficulty they have with the text of the Torah. You don’t need to know Hebrew; you don’t need to be an expert of the Torah. If you can’t make it on a regular basis, no problem. Just join when you can. To join on zoom, please contact the office 0208 946 4836 for details.
  • Shabbat Services We invite you to join us for our warm and inclusive Shabbat services this Friday at 18.30 (18.40 on YouTube) and again on Saturday at 10.30. To join on YouTube, please subscribe to our YouTube channel here: We are looking forward to welcoming you to our services.

To learn more about our vibrant Synagogue and our online services, please visit our website: or contact our office on 0208 946 4836

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