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High Holy Days 5782

 

We're so excited to welcome you to mark the High Holy Days with us at FRS. Take a look at this short video for a taster of what is to come.


How to Book

This year, BOOKING WILL BE ESSENTIAL for both members and non-members to attend in person. If you would like some help with booking, please contact the office who will be delighted to help. You do not need to book for individual services if you are joining online.

Where?

Here is a summary of where and when everything is taking place:

We will again be returning to our familiar High Holy Day home – although you will see that Allianz Park  has a new name: StoneX Stadium. In order to be able to provide a safe environment for communal prayer, including a safe space to sing, we will be using the full range of facilities that StoneX has to offer, including the pitch and the stands!

Some services will also take place at Rubens House, our temporary home while our new synagogue building is being constructed.

How to Access? 

We are committed to ensuring everyone can participate, so wherever possible, our services will  be either: 

Some of our services will be “multi-access”, which means that people can participate either on Zoom or in the physical space.  Other services will be streamed, which means that those at home can watch but not have an active role in the service. 

  • Multi-access, meaning that you can either join in person, log in via Zoom, or watch via Facebook and our website, or
  • Streamed, meaning you can watch from home but not have an active role in the service.

Some services will be in-person only, but we will offer an online option whenever we can.

Before Rosh Hashanah, we will email details of how to join online to all members, and to all registered guests.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please click here for FAQs.

Facebook

We've created a special FRS High Holy Day Facebook frame for your profile picture. We'd love you to add it if you'd like to! Just click here: #SeeYouInTheStands

Sun, 26 September 2021 20 Tishrei 5782