Bristol Hebrew Congregation
Bristol Jewish Community

The Bristol Jewish Community

           Bristol Hebrew Congregation

  

Rosh Hashannah Services

Wednesday 24 September - Candle lighting 18:39 - Evening Service 19:00

Thursday 25 September - Morning Service 09:00 - Candle lighting for second day 19:51

Friday 26 September - Morning Service 09:00 - Candle lighting Shabbat 18:43

Saturday 27 September - Morning Service 10:00 - Shabbat terminates 19:47

Sunday 28 September - Fast of Gedaliah - terminates 19:35

Yom Kippur Service

Friday 03 October - Candle lighting & fast begins 18:27 Kol Nidrei 18:45

Saturday 04 October Morning Service 10:00 - fast terminates 19:31

Welcome to the  Bristol Jewish Community


6:58PM (18:58)
Friday, September 19, 2014
in Bristol, England

Shabbat Ends

September 20, 2014

8:03PM (20:03)

Parshah Nitzavim-Vayelech
                                                                                            Deuteronomy 29:9 - 31:30

"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.

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.