There are many ways you can boost Sinai's income to help keep us a thriving Jewish community:-

We have reached a tremendous milestone this weekend – we are going to have our first Bat Mitzvah at Sinai since lockdown last March.

Wider society may have decided this festival is the “Jewish Christmas” - but this co-opting of our celebration loses everything about our distinctive tradition and story. What is the real meaning of Chanukah?

"Adding another layer to our "share the light" campaign.

I have made an audio recording of some of the mostly new compositions that I have written since lockdown (and a few before.) For anyone wanting to listen, learn, and maybe practice a few harmonies for when lockdown is over?

Stay healthy, all! 

The "Share the Light" campaign, launching on Mitzvah Day and running until Chanukah (and hopefully beyond!) is a chance to spread a little warmth and comfort, both within and beyond our Sinai community.

Brodetsky Primary School is holding a virtual open evening for all prospective parents on Thursday 19th November 2020 at 6.30pm on Zoom.

Over the last couple of years, the school has been oversubscribed and have had to refer to applicants' 'Supplementary Information Forms' (SIF) to prioritise entry to the school.

Starting on Sunday October 25th, at 3:30pm, for 90 minutes, we will begin a journey together looking back at Jewish history as it fits within human history and discovering together how each of our key texts, rituals, and object have all been part of a clear, logical, and perhaps even beautiful response to the realities of the moment.

If you shop Amazon Prime Day deals on 13 & 14 October, you can make a difference: Simply shop at or with AmazonSmile ON in the Amazon Shopping app, and AmazonSmile donates to the shul.

Amazon Smile Day

Friday 9 October marks the beginning of Baby Loss Awareness Week, a time of remembrance for anyone who has experienced the loss of a baby in pregnancy, at or soon after birth, or in infancy.