Click the picture to hear what Rosh Hashanah means in the COVID Era with Rabbi Robyn
We hope you are doing well in these challenging times. So much has changed this year and it will be particularly difficult and strange not to come together for our festivals at Jackson’s Row. Hopefully what we have to offer you over the festival period will provide an opportunity for you to reflect upon the past few months and be together as a community with the familiar music and words of our High Holy Days. We’re particularly excited that for our two main morning services, we will be joined by Student Cantor Rachel Weston who, along with the choir, will ensure our services are full of music.
As well as our services, we have a number of special sessions during the High Holy Days including Connect Time on Yom Kippur, an opportunity to socialise with other members in small groups, as well as Wellbeing Time, an opportunity to share our thoughts and feelings in a relaxing, mindful way.
All of our services and sessions such as shiurim and family services will be on two Jackson’s Row Zoom channels, details of which have been posted to you. For dates and times of all or services please click here to link to our Festivals page.
Our children at Jackson’s Row have designed some Rosh Hashanah cards for charity. If you would like some, please let the office know. Also if you have any questions or need technical help, please get in touch with the office (firstname.lastname@example.org) 0161 834 0415).
Additionally, particularly in this year of great need, with so many suffering the consequences of COVID-19, please give generously to our Kol Kidrei Appeal. Click here for more information. If not paying by direct bank transfer, please send your cheque to the synagogue office marked KNA.
We look forward to being with you