• Alyth has a hit with HOGWARTS movie experience

    Alyth’s Youth and Education Hub have been running Movie Experience evenings for their youth for 3 years this month. These innovative themed evenings at which the moviegoers discover what’s showing based on the clues around the synagogue, have been a huge hit at Alyth. They build friendships, confidence and create a rare social space for […]

  • AYS in Scotland

    From October 27 – 30 October the Alyth Youth Singers visited Scotland for their annual choir tour. The tour included concerts at Burnfield Jewish care home in Glasgow, Glasgow Reform Synagogue, Sukkat Shalom Liberal Jewish Community in Edinburgh and Carlops Town Hall. The singers also enjoyed meeting the various communities where they performed. Along with […]

  • A New Year by Michael Ochs ft AYS

    Katie Hainbach, our Head of Music & Arts, and Alyth Youth Singers, Noa Goldman and Chessy Weiner were invited to sing in a Global Chorus of Jewish Congregations. Organised by Matthew Check from the 92nd Street Y in New York City, the song is composed by Michael Ochs. Click here for more information about the […]

  • Book Launch: Terror, Trauma and Tragedy

    Terror, Trauma and Tragedy – a new book comprising a collection of sermons and essays (including contributions from Rabbi Mark and Rabbi Josh) was launched at Alyth last week. The book offers invaluable words of Jewish wisdom on dealing with these difficult events in our lives, some practical advice and, above all, hope. Rabbi Mark […]

  • PACT perform Rapunzel

    The fantastic 4 – 7 year olds at PACT delighted their parents with their performance of the musical version of Rapunzel.  Please email sam@alyth.org.uk if you want to join the PACT group (with Jane Gordon) next term and these great children for their next musical Jack and The Beanstalk.

  • JOY – Joining Young and Old

    An intergenerational programme has been launched at Alyth bringing together older members and children from our Kindergarten.  Founded by Jenny Kossew, JOY, which stands for Joining Old and Young,  brings together those at either end of the age spectrum for 45 minutes of playing, singing, talking and learning with and from each other.  Facilitated by Jenny, […]

  • Jewish Bake Day

    On Wednesday 6 July we enjoyed for an afternoon of baking with the community, helping to raise funds for Jewish Care in their national Jewish Bake Day event.  With help from Rabbi Mark, we created treats from Jewish cuisines such as delicious honey, date and apple cupcakes, scrumptious cheesecakes and melt in the mouth kichel.