Shabbat Nitzavim-Vayeleich @ Bet David

Dear congregants and friends,

For the last Shabbat in the current year 5780, we have invited Rabbi Tamara Schagas to lead the morning service on Saturday at 10am. Please login and welcome her to Bet David. Rabbi Schagas will also lead parts of the Rosh HaShanah services and will present an in-depth reading of the book of Jonah on Yom Kippur. Please note that her service this Shabbat will be only on Zoom: If you need some help with Zoom, please see here:

Rabbi Schell is inviting you to join him on Friday evening for our regular Shabbat evening service at 18h00.

Services and Shiurim (11—12 September 2020)

 Friday— 11 September
* Kabbalat Shabbat Service (18h00)
with Rabbi Adrian Schell

Saturday—12 September
* Shabbat Morning Service (10h00)
with Rabbi Tamara Schagas

Torah Reading: Nitzavim-Vayeleich
Deuteronomy 29:9-31:30
Haftarah:  Isaiah 61:10 – 63:9

Log in on the High Holy Days

As you all already know, we will use our brand new streaming equipment for the High Holy Days, which will allow us to stream services of the best quality from the Sanctuary to your homes. In addition, our choir has produced over 40 videos for their contribution to the services and many of the honours have already been recorded.  Rabbi Schell will lead us live through all High Holy Days services. To make your access as easy as possible, we have created one link for you to open the streaming plattform on your computer: When you follow Bet David on your phone, tablet or TV, you can easily add BD‘s YouTube channel to your device by clicking on the link below:


It is a custom at Bet David to distribute the ‘Sefer Hayyim’ prior to the Yizkor service. This is a booklet comprising the names of all the dearly departed relatives of our congregants. At this time we invite you to submit the names of those whom you would like included in the ‘Sefer Hayyim’. Kindly complete the attached form and return it to the office by no later than Monday, 21 SEPTEMBER 2020 to enable us to compile the ’Sefer Hayyim’ timeously.

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