Shmini Atzeret Meat Extravaganza and Hakafot. Multiple variety meat buffet, enthusiastic dancing with the Torah, unlimited Lechaims and inspiring Farbrengen!
Buffet of variety of meat dishes and more. Lechaims Galore! Hakafot with the Torah and uplifting farbrengen.... if you can hold out long enough!
The Call of the hour is the Call of the Shofar!
The Shofar will be blown during the Morning Service in Shul on Monday and Tuesday at approximately 12:00.
The Shofar will also be blown at the Clifton Observatory at 5:30 pm. We will also do the Tashlich service and have a sweet picnic of Rosh Hashanah foods.
You are invited for Shabbat Dinner, 27 July, 7:30PM
RSVP: Contact Rabbi Mendy or Chaya to save your spot.
Sponsor or Co Sponsor this Shabbat, You will bring the community to the Shabbat Table. Contact Rabbi Mendy 07958169159.
To contribute any amount donate here.
Tisha B'av Movie Screening
Sunday, 22 July, 7:30 pm at Park Row Synagogue.
Accompanied by a historical overview of Tisha B'av short service and light refreshments to break the fast.
May we merit to see the fulfillment of the prophecy "I will turn their mourning into joy and will comfort them and make them rejoice from their sorrow".
Csanad Szegedi’s story is remarkable; as vice-president of Jobbik, Hungary’s far-right extremist party, Szegedi regularly espoused anti-Semitic rhetoric and Holocaust denials. He was a founder of the Hungarian Guard, a now-banned militia inspired by the Arrow Cross, a pro-Nazi party complicit in the murder of thousands of Jews during WWII. Then came a revelation which upended his life: Szegedi’s maternal grandparents were revealed to be Jewish and his beloved grandmother an Auschwitz survivor who had hidden her faith fearing further persecution.
Keep Quiet depicts Szegedi’s three year journey as he confronts the painful truths of his family’s past, his own wrong doing and the turbulent history of his country, while embracing his newfound religion. But is this astonishing transformation a process of genuine reparation and spiritual awakening? Or is he simply a desperate man who, having failed to suppress the truth, has nowhere else to turn?
With a donation of £54 you can dedicate this special community evening in memory of a loved one or in honour of someone special.
Sunday, 24 June, 5:30 PM @ Chabad of Bristol
*Full Dinner (veggie & vegan available on request)
*Deserts & Wines
*Grand Raffle Launch
*Social Learning Cirlcle
£8 online, £10 at the door, Students & Children: £5/£7
~ The BBQ will be followed by a social learning circle on “Sparks of Wisdom”. Ten profound ideas exploring a fresh perspective to important aspects of life.
*early online price till 22/06
Un-wine'd at an evening of guided Kosher wine tasting, with wine educator Ian Abrahams Dip WSET
Served up with a selection of Kosher Cheeses and light refreshments.
15 May, 7 PM @ 9 Park Row
Tickets: £12 online, £10 Students. £15 at the door
*Wine Tasting* *Kosher cheeses* *Wine Sale* *Raffle*
Reservation Required! Deadline 25/03
Communal Pesach Seder - Friday, 30 March 7:00pm
7:00 ~ Candle lighting and hors d'oeuvre
8:00 ~ Traditional & Explanatory Pesach Seder with family and friends featuring insights and discussion on the Haggadah, gourmet food & exquisite wine. Traditional songs, stories and festivities.
Second Night Pesach Seder - Saturday, 31 March 9:00pm
9:00 ~ Traditional & Explanatory Pesach Seder with family and friends featuring insights and discussion on the Haggadah, gourmet food & exquisite wine. Traditional songs, stories and festivities.
Ladies Dance Night
Brought to you by the Rosh Chodesh Society
Inspired by Queen Esther we will be exploring strength, perseverance and connection to our inner G-dly core as expressed through the joy of dance and movement.
Ladies, please join us for an intimate and joyous evening, 8.00-10.00 PM Saturday, 10th March at the Park Row Synagogue.
Suggested Donation £5
RSVP for Purim Events at Park Row Synagogue
The Falafel King Feast and Power Lunch is generously sponsored by the Park Row Synagogue. Be a mentch and RSVP so we can prepare for you!
1 Day, 4 Mitzvot: 1. Hear the Megillah 2. Feast 3. Give Food Gifts to Friends 4. Give Monetary Gifts to the Jewish Needy.
You have been invited to hear Megillah and enjoy a Feast on Purim day.
Give Monetary Gifts to the Jewish Needy... here is a way: Donate today here and your gift will be distribute on Purim day to Jewish families in need locally and in Israel. Please mark your donation as "Purim Gift".
(If you know of a Jewish family in the community that is in need of support, contact Rabbi Mendy to refer in confidence.)
As for Mishloach Manot - Food Gifts to Friends, we will leave that up to you to package two different Kosher foods and give them to a fellow Jew on Purim day. (There will be prepared Mishloach Manot packages at the Power Hour Lunch.)
And of course come in Fancy Dress!