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  • Together we have fun on Mitzvah Day
  • Supporting Mitzvah Day
  • We celebrate Shabbat UK & Havdalah
  • Together we help on Mitzvah Day
  • Together we have an interesting discussion

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This Week's shabbat Times

19/20 December 201428 Kislev  5775
Begins: 3.38pmEnds: 4.47pm
Plag HaMincha3.04pm
Evening Service3.45pm
Early Minyan8.00am
Morning Service9.15am

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Diary, Newsletter & events


Shabbat NewsletterNEWSLETTER

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Shalom and welcome to our Bushey Community.

We have a rich history of over 40 years, and are continuing to welcome new members of all ages. Our success and continued growth is largely due to the inspired leadership we receive from Rabbi Meir Salasnik and his wife Judy, who have led our community for over 30 years.

Our Shul is not just a community, but also an extended family, and whatever the occasion through your family life cycle events, you will find support during hard times, and celebration through joyous Simchas. It is not uncommon to find 3 (or sometimes even 4!) generations celebrating a family Simcha at Bushey, all of whom are members of our Community.

We are delighted that the refurbishment of our Shul is now complete and our newly updated facilities will continue to offer a wide and vibrant range of religious, social, educational and fun activities and events for all ages irrespective of level of observance. There is always something going on and our building is in use seven days a week for up to 18 hours a day!

As if to emphasise its importance, our Sages in Pirkei Avot (Ethics of our Fathers) tell us, not once but twice, “Do not separate yourself from the community...” (2:5 & 4:7). In welcoming you to Bushey, I hope that there will be something that appeals to you, and that you will find the opportunity to play an active part in Bushey Shul life.

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Upcoming Events

The events below are just the most recently notified. For all upcoming events see Upcoming Events, and for news items see Latest News.

Ladies' Tehillim Group

The Ladies' Tehillim Group meets on Shabbat at 5.00 pm at different members home's. Contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details.


The family of Dr Myer Goldman z"l invite the community to join us at a shiur in celebration of his life on the occasion of his 20th yahrzeit on Monday 5th January 2015 from 7.30 - 9pm in the Bradley Krett building.

The shiur entitled "The Riddle of Psalm 49: Lessons in Leadership and Life" will be given by Rabbi Dr Raphael Zarum. Rafi is the Dean of the London School of Jewish Studies. He is a leading Jewish educator in the UK and teaches at conferences and seminars, synagogues and Jewish community centres across the globe.

If you would like to join us, could you please reply to Nicky at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Monday December 29th.

US Women - The Female Jew Options for the 21st Century


Venue: Radlett Shul, 22 Watling Street, Radlett

When: 21st & 28th January, 4th & 11th February

Time: 8.00pm to 9.30pm


  • 21st Jan: Women & the development of halacha through the ages.
  • 28th Jan: In the home, rituals, roles and responsibilities.
  • 4th Feb: In shul, the female voice.
  • 11th Feb: Sefer Torah and contemporary Jewry.

Cost: £7 per session or £22 for the whole course.

To book: Go to www.theus.org.uk/femaleroadshowradlett

Holocaust Memorial Day Event 2015

A Holocaust memorial day event, for pupils at local secondary schools will take place in Bushey Shul on the morning of Tuesday 3rd February and on the morning and afternoon of Wednesday 4th February and is run in conjunction with Northwood Holocaust Memorial Day Events

http://www.northwoodhmd.org.uk/. It involves the students hearing a survivor and attending workshops run by facilitators.

If you would like to help at this event, please contact Danielle Adams on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.