High Holidays at Jacksons Row – developing an exciting fully online program to suit the needs of the congregation and to keep us safe  

Looking ahead to how our Jacksons Row family are going to share the sacred moments of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, we have decided that all services will be virtual and that there will not be any face to face services at in the Synagogue building. We are working at present to develop an exciting and captivating program. 

It’s going to be challenging. We will need to be creative in what we offer and thus if you think you have any suggestions or are are willing to help either with programming or technical aspects please get in touch with the office. 

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