Our Services

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Who is it for?

Beit HaLimmud is a Shabbat morning service for those who like to daven in a welcoming, really friendly minyan where services are conducted at a reasonable pace, and led by one of our own. The decorum is superb as there is no talking. Rabbi Gavriel Tatz gives a brief but stimulating shiur at 08.00. Shacharit starts at 08.10. There’s always a good chance of an aliya too! Following the service there is a ‘sit-down’ whiskey Kiddush with some more words of inspiration from Rabbi Tatz. The whole experience is uplifting and beautiful in its simplicity and sincerity.

Where and when is it held?

Shabbat morning Services are held in the Paul Waterman Youth Centre in the large classrooms downstairs. Come to the 10 minute shiur at 8.00. Shacharit commences at 8.10.

About the service

This is a beautiful ‘no-rush’ intimate service with excellent decorum conducted by lay-readers.  There’s opportunity to participate if you wish.

Contact Tony Ruffman

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Who is it for?

For families who would like an earlier Friday Night davening

Where and when is it held?

Friday Nights from 8th August to 19 September 2014 inclusive in the Beit Hamedrash.

About the service

Times of Services:

  •  Friday 8 August @ 18.45
  • Friday 15 August @ 18.40
  • Friday 22 August @ 18.25
  • Friday 29 August @ 18.15
  • Friday 5 September @ 18.00
  • Friday 12 September @ 18.00
  • Friday 19 September @ 18.00

Who is it for?

This is a Shabbat morning service for early risers.

Where and when is it held?

The Hashkamah Service takes place in the Beit Hamidrash at 7.15 am. There is no Hashkamah Service on Yom Tov.

About the service

The Service provides an express, participatory and no-talking service, and is followed by a Kiddush. Everyone is encouraged to take part – from the Torah and Haftarah reading, to the sponsoring of the Kiddush!

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Who is it for?

This service is for children between the ages of 6 and 8. Parents and grandparents, (and any other members of the family!) can join in as well. We are always pleased to see parents and if you are new to our shul or just visiting Edgware it will give us an opportunity to get to know you. The service is a step up from the Tiny Tots Service. There is davening and participation in the service as well as a fun story and there is always a Kiddush. At the end of the service you will be welcomed into the main shul where the Rabbi will be ready to give out even more sweets!

Where and when is it held?

In the large end classroom downstairs (on the A41 side of the Shul) If you are coming for the first time just ask one of our stewards at the front door and they will be pleased to show you where the service is to be held. Normal Shabbat service starts at 10.45 and lasts for about an hour.

About the service

The service is a step up from the Tiny Tots Service.  There is davening and participation in the service as well as a fun story and there is always a Kiddush.  At the end of the service you will be welcomed into the main shul where the Rabbi will be ready to give out even more sweets!

The services are run by members of our synagogue all of whom have been DBS checked. If you would like more information then please contact

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Who is it for?

This service is for children between the ages of 9 and 11.

Where and when is it held?

In the small classroom downstairs (near the front of the synagogue). Normal Shabbat service starts at 10.45 and last for about an hour.

About the service

The service is a step up from the Intermediate service and led by our fantastic team Dena and Abi who are in their 20's and have built up a great rapport with the kids.  There are interesting discussions, games and some davening and a fabulous Kiddush.  At the end of the service you will be welcomed into the main shul where the Rabbi will be ready to give out even more sweets!

The services are run by members of our synagogue all of whom have been DBS checked.

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Who is it for?

For those wanting a traditional, participatory United Synagogue Service with davenning by a fine Chazan.

Where and when is it held?

In the Main Shul at 9.00 am each Shabbat.

About the service

You can expect to be met with a smile and a welcome at the shul entrance and after we hand you a newssheet, you will be shown into the shul.

Our service is traditional, which allows the congregation to join in. Since October 2011, we have our new Chazan, Yossi Schwarz, who  is normally with us for three weeks out of four and on the chagim.

Men and women sit separately with the Men’s section on the ground floor and the Ladies Galleries on the first floor. For those ladies who have difficulty in climbing stairs, we have a small seating area behind a mechitza on the ground floor.

If any men have a special birthday, anniversary, aufruf or yahrzeit, please contact either of the Wardens or the Shul Office and we will do our best to arrange for you to be called up.

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Who is it for?

For those of 18 years of age and older up to young marrieds and young professionals.

Where and when is it held?

In the Scout Hut from 9.30 am each Shabbat. It normally also holds a weekly Friday night Service at the commencement of Shabbat.

About the service

MVS, aka Menucha Ve'Simcha, was established in 2001  providing Edgware United with a brand new service for young adults in our community.

The new minyan gives those who are post-youth service a place to mingle amongst their own age group. MVS hold a weekly Friday night service and has a Shabbat morning service at least 3 weeks a month. MVS occasionally have Friday night meals, following a Carlebach style service, attracting 60-100 people.

MVS is also active on the social scene. MVS have been to quasar, professional go-karting, film studios and even had a picnic.

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Call us on 020 8958 7508.

Who is it for?

This service is for our youngest members from newborns until they are 5. All mummies and Daddies and Grandparents are welcome too. The service is full of fun songs, some davening and a story. At the end all the kids get a drink and a bowl of nosh for Kiddush!

Where and when is it held?

In the large middle classroom downstairs. If you are coming for the first time just ask one of our stewards at the front door and they will be pleased to show you where the service is to be held. Normal Shabbat service starts at 10.45 and lasts for about an hour.

About the service

The service is an introduction; there is a little davening but there is lots of singing and an exciting interactive story. It is fun and there is always a delicious Kiddush. At the end of the service you will be welcomed into the main shul, where the Rabbi will be ready to give out even more sweets!

The services are run by members of our synagogue all of whom have been DBS checked.

Contact Matthew Jackson

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Who is it for?

The Youth Service is specifically for all those in school years 7-13. A service for the youth, run by the youth.

About the service

There’s every opportunity to get involved in taking and organising the service, or just sit back and enjoy a shorter, more accessible service.

The Youth Service is especially full during festivals, a great time to try us out - or just come along on an ordinary Shabbat. And, of course, there’s always our famous croissant kiddush-breakfasts to look forward to!

We look forward to seeing you soon at the Youth Service!

It is traditional to celebrate Succot with a Simchat Beit Hashoeva. done with great joy and happiness, with singing and dancing. This was called when sacrifices were offered in the Temple, there was also a special pouring of wine and oil at the altar. On Succot there was a special ceremony entailing the pouring of water. The water was drawn the night beforehand from the Shiloach spring, and this was "Simchat Beit Hashoeva" (the joy of the drawing). Today's Simchat Beit Hashoeva is a commemoration of that one, and a fulfilment of the mitzvah to be happy on Succot.

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Upcoming Events

Chicken Soup Oneg and Pick n’ Mix Kiddush

27 and 28 October 2017 @ 9:00 pm - Learn more

Youth Event. No Booking Required! Kiddush in the Scout Hut at 10.30 on Shabbat.

Rosh Pinah Friday Night Dinner for Shabbat UK

Friday 27 October 2017 - Learn more

With guest singers, AhMen. Booking must close on Wednesday 18 October. £15 per adult and £7 per child over 3. Click here to book now.

Shabbat Lunch for Shabbat UK

Shabbat 28 October 2017 - Learn more

With Guest Singers, AhMen, and Dr Charles Landau as Guest Speaker. Please click here to book. 

Friday Night Dinner for Shabbat UK

Friday 27 October 2017 at approx 6:45pm - Learn more

With Guest Speaker, Dr Charles Landau. To be directed to the bookings page please click here

All-Comers’ Challah Bake for Shabbat UK

Wednesday 25 October 2017 - Learn more

Doors will open at 6:30 pm for a 7:00 pm start. £10 per person. Please click here to book now.

Kid’s Challah Bake for Shabbat UK

Sunday 22 October from 2:00 to 4:00 pm - Learn more

Join the special “Shazumba” with Dancing with Louise while waiting for the Challah to bake!  Free entry for adults accompanying children. Click here to book now.

CRP Registration Form 2017

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To register please complete our online form.  Forms received AFTER Wednesday each week will NOT be registered until the FOLLOWING SHABBAT. Please allow 3 working days after requesting letters before they are collected. CRP desk will be manned from 10:45 to 11:15 am.

Edgware Tots Stay and Play Group – Monday mornings

Monday morning from 10:00-11:30am during term times - Learn more

Weekly on Monday mornings for ages 0-3yrs, £3 per family. PLEASE NOTE WE ARE CLOSED MONDAY 23 OCTOBER