Welcome to Brondesbury Park

Some words from the Rabbi:

 

Hello and welcome to the Brondesbury Park online community.  The festival season has arrived!  The blend of emotion starting with the solemnity of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur morphing into the joy of Succot is powerfully captured by the adage of a Chassidic master who observed ‘If you feel more distant from G-d this Rosh Hashana than last, ask yourself who has moved’.  The solemnity at the start of the month is the realisation that we are more distant.  The joy which follows is the result of having concluded that it is indeed us who has moved, coupled with the resolve to draw closer and refresh our connection with G-d.  May we feel the distance in order to be able to appreciate the closeness.  Wishing you a Shana tova umetukah!

Baruch

Upcoming events

Past events

  • 3 March 2014 : Purim at Brondesbury Park
    Purim at Brondesbury Park Pizza and beer Please join us for our annual Pizza and Beer bash following the megillah on Saturday night 15th March. Live music and great Purim spirit all [More...]

  • 16 January 2014 : Moroccan Mystery Evening
    A Mysterious Night in Morocco…     What: A Moroccan-style soirée of food and brain-teasing entertainment with a killer twist When: Sunday 9th February 2014, 8pm Where: BPark shul Bring: Your powers of deduction Keep: Your wits [More...]

Services -
Week commencing 6/11/2016
ShacharitMinchaMa'ariv
Sunday 6/11/2016
08:15
Monday 7/11/2016 07:00
Thursday 10/11/201607:00
Friday 11/11/2016
Shabbat begins 16:02
16:00following Mincha
Shabbat 12/11/2016
09:1515:50Shabbat Ends 17:06

Candle Lighting times

Next Shabbat: 09/12/2016
Starts: 15:37 | Ends: 16:46
Sedra: Vayetze
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