• Yom HaShoah at Alyth

    Every year Alyth Synagogue commemorates Yom HaShoah with a ma’ariv evening service and moving testimony from members of the synagogue who are survivors of the Shoah, were refugees from Nazi Europe or the children of survivors.   This year the commemoration focussed on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp on April 15th […]

  • Interfaith Demonstration Seder

    In March 2014, the Rev. Shaun Sanders of Barnet Multi-Faith Forum (BMFF) approached Jackie Goymour, a member of Alyth Synagogue and External Relations Officer of Women’s Interfaith Network (WIN) in March 2014, about the possibility of organising a joint interfaith Seder with the objective to show non-Jewish people how Jews celebrate Pesach. As the timing […]

  • Citizens UK pledge

    Many of those who were at the Alyth Shabbat Hagadol service on Friday 27 March were moved by the testimony of Katherine Hallgarten and Guinean asylum seeker Soulemaine who talked about their experiences of indefinite detention. Katherine was a young child when she was detained in an internment camp on the Isle of Man as […]

  • Friday Night Fever

    The Jewish Chronicle (10/04/2015) Some Synagogues struggle to muster a Friday night minyan. But not Alyth which has doubled attendances over the past year or so. Click here to read the full article.