It is now the right time for Sinai, as a community, to move to the next phase of protecting us all. As such, we will now be closing the Synagogue to all but essential staff, and occasional volunteer presence.

Trustees are conscious of the constantly developing news around Covid-19 and can imagine that for some of our members the virus is causing concern. Along with the Rabbi, we had a long and informed discussion about how to respond at last night's board meeting.

If you missed Sally’s passionate appeal on Kol Nidre, here is the video and text:

 Every year for one week, Sinai hosts a night shelter for destitute asylum seekers. This year our week is in December.  

The biennial conference of British Reform Judaism took place once again in Nottingham. 

Sinai was well represented by both lay and professional leaders, and families, who enjoyed the sessions focusing on synagogue transformation and what it means to be a Reform Jewish community in twenty-first century Britain.

The weekend was rounded off with a big screen showing of the England vs Panama match - a fabulous way to end a successful weekend!

More info here

Since April 2018, we have been leading a Shabbat pre-service guided Jewish meditation for all those wishing to experience a bit more of a spiritual "shabbat menucha".

Nisa Nashim Leeds invites Jewish and Muslim women to Sinai at Simcha Torah.

Rabbi Paul Strasko is the new rabbi at Sinai!