Shabbat mornings

Join us for our Shacharit service on Saturday mornings at 1030 – hear the week’s Torah reading, a sermon by the Rabbi or a guest speaker, sometimes a discussion, and have the  opportunity to pray and sing with the community. Our services are informal, inclusive, participative and meaningful.

Torah Tots

Come and celebrate Shabbat with our under-6s – we’ll be singing, dancing, telling stories and making things every fortnight on Saturday mornings – once a month on Zoom at 1030 & once a month in person at 1115 joining the rest of the community for Kiddush.  When there isn’t a Torah Tots, we put out toys and colouring at the back of the hall and young children are always welcome to chill out there!

Intergenerational Service

Once a term we have a family-friendly service for the whole community where our kids take the lead and we do singing, drumming,  sharing and Bibliodrama  to engage children, young people and the young at heart!

Shabbat Chadasha

An alternative service every couple of months with poetry, new music, and a discussion instead of a sermon. We uncover the service structure to discover the spirituality held within.

Themed services

We hold special services, often with a guest speaker, for Mental Health Shabbat, Pride Shabbat, Remembrance Shabbat, Interfaith Shabbat, Green Shabbat and Human Rights Shabbat among others.

Friday nights

Finish the week  with our monthly Friday events:

Kabbalat Shabbat on Zoom

Areflective evening service where we share our weeks, reflect and sing together. Contact [email protected] for the link.

Friday Night Supper Club

Kiddush, singing and a great Friday Night Dinner. Please book in advance.

Festivals

We celebrate all the festivals in our informal, inclusive KC style whether at our community seder, creative Tikkun Leil Shavuot, Sushi in the Sukkah, musical Simchat Torah, Chanukah candle-lighting and Purim party – to mention a few.

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur take place in our marquee on site, here at Hatch End, with family services inside our building, study sessions, new liturgy and a parallel alternative service on Yom Kippur morning . Our choir, which sings occasionally on Shabbat mornings, leads us through. You can book in as guests if you want to try us out!

Come in person to Kol Chai, 434, Uxbridge Road HA5 4RG (no need to book) or join us on Zoom – contact [email protected] for the link.

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Shabbat Morning Service
Full Siddur
Reform Judaism High Holy Day Services
Shiva Service
Rosh Hashanah Online Morning Machzor