Shabbat Sh’lach Lecha @ Bet David

Dear Congregants and friends,

We are back, back in our Shul. For now, only with a very small team and without congregants, but last Shabbat was a good first step on our way back to the centre of our community.

And we invite you to join us again also this Shabbat on our journey. We will stream our services on Friday and Saturday via YouTube and Facebook Live. For YouTube click here: and to follow the services on Facebook, please click here: Details about how you can join the services, Havdalah and the High Tea are in the AdKan ( and below. 

By the way, should you want to see the services later or on another day, all our past services are available on-demand on our website:

We kindly ask you for your understanding that the Synagogue continues to be closed for congregants and the public during the week and on Shabbat. If you need to get hold of one of us, please contact the office via telephone (011-783-7117) or via email ( (Glynnis) (Diane), (Di) and (Rabbi Schell)) during office hours.

Wishing you all well and a peaceful Shabbat

Services and Shiurim (12—18 June 2020)

All our services are being streamed on Youtube and on Facebook:

For YouTube click here: and to follow on Facebook here:


 Friday 12 June
* Kabbalat Shabbat Service (18h00)

Saturday 13 June
* Shabbat Morning Service (10h00)
Please note the new starting time for our Saturday morning services.

Torah Reading: Sh‘lach Lecha
Numbers 13:1 – 15:41  (Plaut 979—
Haftarah:  Joshua 2:1 – 2:24 (Plaut 998—

* Havdalah Service (18h30)
(M 810 0946 8449 P 760178)

Sunday 14 June
* “Bet David High Tea“ – online get-together via Zoom (15h00) (M: 859 4575 0132 P: 407615)

Thursday 18 June
* ITJ Class & ZOOM Shiur (18h30)
‘Jewish Law 1‘
Please contact Glynnis for the login details.

For how to use Zoom and our Siddur online, please visit our website: Our Mishkan T‘filah prayer book is available as a free online flip-book here:

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