When did you last hear the Megilla being read?
Come to our Purim Service and Lunch at the shul.
Meet Rabbi Mark Daniels and his wife.
SUNDAY 16th MARCH
We start with a light lunch at 12.30,
Read the megilla at 1.30.
Party carries on afterwards,
But a short Mincha Service will be held, some time during the afternoon.
The lunch will be vegetarian one produced by Yorem Adoni.
Adults will be asked to contribute £5. Children will be free.
For catering purposes could you please let us know if you want to come to the lunch and the party.
Sam Baum on firstname.lastname@example.org
or Alex Schlesinger on: email@example.com
or telephone 07761586728.
Welcome to the Bristol Jewish Community
"Bristol Hebrew Congregation"
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.
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 Chabad of Bristol, 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.