If you want to understand the secret of Jewish community – well its all about relationships. Come and join in.
Coming up to an important occasion? Whether you have just had a baby, your son or daughter is coming up to Bar/Bat Mitzvah in a few years, you are getting married or someone in the family has died we can offer support or help celebrate. We offer not only religious input. Our Alexander Levy Hall provides space to entertain up to around 200 guests.
Social action? Get involved in Urban Angels distributing food and essential to the homeless in inner-city Manchester (left panel), Food Bank, or Mitzvah Day activities. Contact Mandy at the office for more information.
Want to get involved socially? As well as meeting family and friends at services, get involved socially whatever your interests: Choir, L’Chaim Reform Jewish Educational Discussion Group, Jackson’s Rows Rambers, Interfaith work, Helping with school groups and visitors, security rota, Publicity and Newsletter.
Thinking of Converting? We also have a regular ongoing Conversion course for people that may be thinking of converting to Judaism. This is run weekly at the Synagogue. All enquiries will be treated sensitively and confidentially. Please contact Rabbi Robyn directly to discuss your needs.
Want to just be cool? We have intermittent youth activities for children of Cheder age. Keep a look out for our next event.
Want to contribute to the running of the Synagogue? We are always looking for members to get more involved in all aspects of Synagogue life, particularly as we are coming up to our big Building redevelopment. Contact the President whatever your interests – whether you want to help set up a new group or get involved in any other way.
Non-Jewish – Just want to visit? If you are a school group or non-Jewish religious group and are interested in finding out more about Reform Judaism or want to visit our Synagogue, please do not hesitate to contact the Office. We do guided visits of the Synagogue building on request.
Interfaith events? Council of Christians & Jews (CCJ). Working together for a common end.