Hanukkah Party

Saturday December 20th
5pm - 7pm
Park Row Synagogue

Join us for the best family festival this side of the summer! 

We'll be lighting candles, making music, telling stories, singing songs, eating latkes, and making and spinning dreidels.

Bring your children
Bring your parents
Bring your grandparents
Bring your instruments
Bring your dancing shoes
Bring your menorahs

Tickets £5 per adult
FREE for children under 12
(Available on the door)

Hanukkah Quiz

Sunday December 21
7pm - late
Park Row Synagogue

We are pleased to announce the return of our internationally celebrated, Chanukah Quiz!

Think you've got what it takes to beat our Quiz master?  Well come on down. You can even get your own team together, and show us how clever you really are!

Candle lighting will be at 7pm with the quiz and dinner to follow.

£8.50 per person
To book a palce, please RSVP as soon as possible to Eve Gordon 0117 962 0187 or 07768 770550.

​Please bring your menorahs and candles

Welcome to the  Bristol Jewish Community

in Bristol, England 

Before Shabbat Candle Lighting, Light Four Chanukah Candles

Friday 19, December , 2014 

3:45PM (15:45)

Shabbat Ends

20, December , 2014

5:02PM (17:02)

 Parshah Mikeitz
                                                                                                                       Genesis 41:1 - 44:17

The Bristol Hebrew Congregation is highly regarded locally and nationally as a small but very active community. We pride ourselves on being friendly and welcoming and look forward to meeting new members.

We also welcome visitors during the week. If you like to visit us, please book your visit here

Synagogue services are held every Shabbat and Yomtov.

The Bristol Hebrew Congregation’s Women’s Guild organises a regular programme of social events either in the synagogue’s Frank Cohen Hall or in members’ homes. Occasional events are organised jointly with Bristol’s Bristol and West Progressive Jewish Congregation.


The congregation also has its own Chevra Kadisha (burial society) which serves both its own members and unaffiliated Jewish people in the area.


Bristol Hebrew Congregation has a close relationship with Bristol University’s Jewish Society,  JSoc  and with students of Bristol’s two universities. Important to this link is Bristol’s Hillel Centre, The Ark and Dove, and the Western Region Jewish Chaplaincy whose local Board administers the student chaplaincy service in a region stretching from Reading to Plymouth, including South Wales.