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Rosh Hashanah Appeal 2015/5776

This year our Rosh Hashanah appeal is for funds to enable us to continue to provide the wide range of essential communal activities that many take for granted.
These include the provision of regular religious services; the maintenance of a purpose built community centre; the services of a full-time Rabbi; providing an essential kosher facility for the whole of the community; the maintenance of a communal mikvah and regular social activities and pastoral support to those members in need.

Shul membership fees only cover part of our considerable expenditure. In order to continue to provide - and hopefully expand - the range of facilities, together with maintaining the security and protection of our buildings and congregants, it is essential that we raise additional funds.

Please give generously at this auspicious time of the year.

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Make A Donation

Please consider donating to support our ongoing work. Every donation goes into Birmingham Central Synagogue towards providing services to our members, visitors, students and the wider community. You can make a donation by clicking below. If you would like a donation earmarked for a specific purpose, do let us know. Thank you.

Service Times

w/c 4th OctoberShacharitMinchahMa'ariv
SUNDAY8:15am6:20pm & Yom Tov beginsAfter Minchah
Shemini Atzeret
Simchat Torah
9:30am6:00pm7:21pm & Yom Tov ends
WEDNESDAY7:30am6:00pmAfter Minchah
THURSDAY7:15am6:00pmAfter Minchah
FRIDAY 7:30am6:09pm (& Shabbat begins)After Minchah
All services are at Central.

Please note Visitors not currently known to the synagogue should contact the synagogue office before attending a service.

Festival Timetable

Download the complete timetable for the Yamim Noraim services - September 2015

We look forward to welcoming you to our services over the festival period - but please ensure you contact the office in advance if you are not a member or known to the Synagogue.

Shabbat Times