Daf Yomi - Rabbi Edward Feigelman gives the Daf Yomi Shiur after shacharit each morning.
Ladies Shiur - Rabbi Boudilovsky's Shiur for ladies takes place in the Beit Midrash on Sundays at 09:00.
Weekly Ivrit Parsha Discussion Group - in Hebrew, meets on Tuesday mornings at 11:00 in the Beit Midrash.
Gemara Shiur - Rabbi David Woolf’s Gemara shiur on Moed Katan is on Wednesdays at 6:15pm in the Bortz Beit Midrash. The shiur explores the origins of our customs of aveilut, mourning and is open to all - no background is required.
Torah Class for Women - is held every Wednesday morning from 10:15am to 10:45am in memory of David Nemtzov z"l given by his daughter Mrs Malka Cohen at her parents’ home 32/3 Nitza (1st floor). All women are welcome and refreshments will be served.
Shiur - The interactive David Nemtzov shiur takes place on Monday morning 10am until 11am. Please speak to Freddy Apfel, Jeff Dritz or Graham Nussbaum for details.
Learning for Women - Rosh Chodesh Tammuz learning for women only. Chana Deutsch will be speaking on “Breaking down the walls in your relationship” at our shul on Wednesday 3rd July at 8pm. Combining insightful Torah ideas with practical relationship tools. There is a small contribution.
2nd Shacharit Minyan - The second Minyan on Mondays and Thursdays is adjourned until further notice.
Members Observing Yahrzeits - Berti Verstandig, Rebecca Michelson, Harold Fisher, Irene Gremson, Rose Lurie, Frank Ross, Ida Nemtzov, Hilda Solomons, Lynda Struel, Julian Rosenberg, Rena Bakst, Michael Beach, Howard Cohen.
Chairman's Notes - For up to date news from the Chairman's desk please click here.
Eilat Super Holiday Break - will take place from November 17th to November 21st. Application forms are available by clicking here. Full details can be found by clicking here. You are advised to apply early as places are strictly limited.
Bikur Cholim Group - If you or a family member is ill or in hospital, and would like a visit from one of the members of the Bikur Cholim group of YINN, please contact the Shul office.