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About Us


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Our Team

Irit Shillor

Rabbi

My name is Irit Shillor and  have been the Rabbi here since 2xxx. I was born in
Jerusalem and studied Mathematics there before coming to England in 1982. My children were at the time very young and I joined a Reform community in ..

Alan Cohen

Chairman

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Ruth Brooks

Cheder Head Teacher

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services

Erev Shabbat: Friday evening – at 8.00 p.m. followed by Kiddush. (not every Friday please see what's on for details)

Shabbat morning service: Saturday at 10.30 a.m. followed by Kiddush. (not every Saturday please see what's on for details)

Services are also held on festivals and High Holy days.

You do not have to be a member of Harlow Jewish Community to attend any of our services: visitors are always warmly welcomed and invited to join in and share our Kiddush.

If you have never been to a Reform synagogue, you may find some aspects of the Service different although most will be reassuringly familiar. Some of these are:

There is no reserved seating and no segregation of the sexes. 
Families sit and pray together. Women play an equal part in the services, as they do in all areas of community life.

Services are conducted in Hebrew and in English.

Our Services begin later and tend to be shorter than in traditional synagogues. 
Services are led by the Rabbi, or by lay readers who are members of the community. They follow the Movement for Reform Judaism Siddur.

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Harlow Jewish Community is a diverse and inclusive Jewish
community, welcoming people of all ages, backgrounds and family structures.

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