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SHALOM AND WELCOME TO HENDON REFORM SYNAGOGUE

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We draw our strength and direction from the Torah and from the rich Rabbinical interpretations of the Talmud and our continuing history thus keeping alive the living traditions of Judaism.

A warm and welcoming community, we encourage the equal participation of men and women in our services where both Hebrew and English are used.

We promote learning with regular classes for children on a Sunday morning, the Rabbi's Shabbat morning class for Bar and Bat Mitzvah children, regular Torah Breakfasts plus interesting Adult Education programmes.

HRS is situated in the centre of Hendon although our members come from a wide area of North West London and surrounding districts including Hertfordshire and Middlesex.

We have many social activities that take place during the week and events for all ages and interests throught the year. Please take a look at our diary for current and future events.



High Holy Days Community Choir

Love to sing? Want to contribute to the HRS community? Here's a way to enter more deeply into the High Holy Days.  Join the NEW HRS community choir, led by HRS music director Joseph Finlay, for 3 rehearsels only and learn 3 or 4 pieces to be sung over Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

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ATTENTION ALL 18-27 YEAR OLDS!!
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**URGENT AID NEEDED! PLEASE DONATE!**

We Need to Provide:
• Bomb Shelters for residents of southern Israeli communities

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Support The Together Plan
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The Together Plan is a dynamic, contemporary charity which takes fresh new approach to working with Jewish communities in the Former Soviet Union. The charity help and teach communities to help themselves, not just financially, but also helping them to learn how to develop their skills to better manage themselves,  to fill in the gaps of their missing Jewish knowledge (a legacy of the years of communist oppression and the damage of the Holocaust) and teaching them how to build community. It is called community capacity building.

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