Updated 4th September
All United Synagogue schools and schools under the religious authority of the Office of the Chief Rabbi require the completion of a Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP) as part of a child’s application for admission to the school. Some other Jewish schools in Greater London also require a CRP or similar form.
One of the ways that parents can collect points for their CRP is through coming to shul or children’s services on Shabbat. The Seed shul has been recognised as a valid place to collect points.
Our shul relies on our members to keep going!
If you enjoy our services together with our warm and friendly atmosphere and would like to become part of our community please join our Shul.
We are an independent shul but to facilitate membership of a burial scheme we have arranged for individuals to become affiliate members of one of the local Shuls – Edgware Yeshurun and join the Federation of synagogues burial scheme. The Federation have recently purchased land at the end of Edgwarebury lane to use as a new cemetery.
We are a family Shul and are proud to offer engaging and educational Children’s services for all ages.
Seedlings: Ages 0-4 (10:45 – 11:30am)
Groups 1-4 take place (10:30 -11:30am) every Shabbat Morning
Group 1: Reception – Year 2
Group 2: Years 3-4
Group 3: Years 5-6 boys
Group 4: Years 5 – 7 girls
Teen boys: Years 7-8 (9:30 – 10:30am)
Make your Simcha a special one by sharing it with your community. We offer a full service for bar/batmitzvahs, weddings, births and more!
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