For the past few months we have held some B’nei Mitzvot services in the synagogue, where attendance has been limited to the family and a small group of invited guests, all observing strict protocols including wearing masks, social distancing, and sanitizing. From 12 June we plan to hold Shabbat morning services in the synagogue, although streaming will continue.

Following the election at the AGM on 20 May, Marilyn Trovato was elected by members, once again, to be Sinai’s representative at the Board of Deputies.

We are hoping to be able to open for Shabbat morning services in the very near future …. Please watch this space for further announcements

New Israel Fund has an active appeal "Help bridge the divide" to support a three point plan.

I am writing to tell you what Community Security Trust is doing to protect our community at this difficult time, and how you and your family can help.   

As Israel continues to be attacked by Hamas, and to defend its citizens - Jewish and non-Jewish - as best it can, we wanted to inform you of recent developments that might affect you.

Here is the links to the New Israel Fund webinar update on the situation in Jerusalem and the region.

Naomi Goldman has recently been appointed as the community’s Jewish Education Outreach Officer, as part of an initiative being funded by Educating For Impact (EFI).  

For those of you who were unable to attend our online LJRC AGM on Sunday, 25th April, here are the highlights:

Following Rabbi Paul's announcement of his retirement due to ill health, members of Sinai contributed to a collection to dedicate two trees in his and Katrin's names, to be planted in the new Woodland Meadow at Brodetsky Primary School. These gifts have been "presented" to Rabbi Paul and Katrin by way of a video celebrating Rabbi Paul's gifts of new liturgical music to Sinai, along with many personal messages and the prayer for those embarking on a journey "direct our footsteps towards peace and lead us to our desired destination - to life, joy and peace".