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- Here is a list of synagogues that stream their services, for when we are not together: Synagogue Services streamed in UK
- West London Synagoue streams all its services – wls.org.uk and follow link.6.00pm Friday, 7.15 for Shira twice a month, 11.00pm Saturday
- Liberal Jewish Syangoue streams all its serviceshttp://www.ljs.org/watch-our-services-live/
All Shabbat morning and festival services are live streamed at the LJS. People need to request a password to log in. Shabbat morning services are at 11.00 am.
- Northwood and Pinner Liberal Synagogue live stream 1st and 3rd Fridays at 8:30pm and every Shabbat/Festival morning at 11am.http://www.npls.org.uk/live-services
- Shir Hayim/Hampstead also stream services, via Google Hangout, but only to members who sign up for it and submit their email address. Rabbi has to email them each shabbat or festival morning before the service begins.
- FRS Finchley Reform Synagogue also streams all services and some programmes.Services are at 6.30pm for any erev service and 10.30am for any Shacharit service. (Shabbat and Chag) Our website is www.frsonline.org and there’s a very clear link on the home page which leads https://frsonline.org/watch-online/
- lyth’s (North West London Reform Synagogue)are streamed at 18:30 every Shabbat Evening and Erev Chag and 10:30 every Shabbat Morning and Morning Chag (except. When they fall on a weekday and then at 10:15). The stream is at www.alyth.org.uk livestream button or http://www.alyth.org.uk/pray-us/livestream/
THE HINENI PROJECT (Cardiff Reform Synagogue)
An insight into the life and stories of a Jewish community in all its diversity.
The Hineni exhibition & book features 59 edited life stories and photographic portraits from the Cardiff Reform Jewish community. It tells their stories, including aspects of work, family and leisure and explores their relationships with Wales, with the UK and with Judaism.
From refugees and holocaust survivors to those who grew up in Wales and the UK, from Welsh speakers to business people to political activists, the exhibition, book and website give a picture of how these people have lived their lives and formed their identity.
The stories are combined with naturalistic photographic portraits of each of the interviewees, and a video enables people to view some of the participants telling their stories.
The life stories offer extraordinary insights into the lives of members of a diverse community, exploring issues of community and place, history and memory, identity and belonging.
For further information about the book, exhibition or website, please email – email@example.com
York- Jewish history trail
please see IPUP’s York Jewish History Trail webpage where you will find a downloadable leaflet withmap, podcast and youtube versions of the trail to help introduce you to the subject or to use as a self-directed trail. Please click here www.york.ac.uk/ipup/
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For Judaica including yahrzeit candles, books ,cards, tallit, chanukiyah, seder plate etc , try the following UK websites;