RH 18-20 Sept : YK 27-28 Sept

Online booking for this event is now closed

Join us for inspiring services, classes and explanations on Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.

As we await clarity regarding the new government regulations we have closed all bookings. To be added to the waiting list please email (Note effective from 9 Sept 2020)



Cost: £60*

Cost for Students: £15*

Cost: FREE for members of the JLE Community Shul - SYNAGOGUE MEMBER BOOKING

FIND OUT about joining the JLE Synagogue

*If you need a scholarship seat for the booking, please email - we won't turn anyone away for financial reasons!

Places are limited. Priority will be given to JLE community synagogue members.

Looking forward to seeing you.

For more info contact

Last chance to reserve seats for Rosh Hashana is 9am on Tue 15 Sept.

Last chance to reserve seats for Yom Kippur is 9am on Wed 23 Sept.

Before Attending High Holy Days Services please

  • Ensure you, and your household are totally symptom free of Covid-19

  • Check with Government Regulations that it is safe for you to be going out. Currently, legislation does not recommend attendance by those over 70, with prior health conditions or having been recognised as vulnerable.

  • Should you wish to join us for High Holy Days Services pre-booking is essential. Please note, priority booking will be given to synagogue members. There will be a security guard at all times, who will require your name before allowing entry.

  • If you are attending with other members of your household bubble please detail in the comments box in the booking form.

  • Please be aware that only children aged 12+ and supervised by an adult may attend the JLE.

  • In line with government guidance, there will be additional ventilation including open windows. Please bear this in mind and come dressed appropriately as windows will remain open at all times.

  • We strongly recommend bringing your own Siddur / Chumash / Learning Material.

When You Come into JLE

  • Entry to the JLE will only be through the main door on Golders Green Road.

  • Exit from the JLE will only be through the back door via the rear stairs.

  • We insist that all visitors use hand sanitiser on entry. This is available throughout the building.

  • To protect the community and each other all attnedees will be required to wear face coverings in the JLE synagogue

  • Please avoid any physical contact including shaking hands.

  • There will be a one-way system in place throughout the building – we ask that this is adhered to at all times.

  • In line with communal guidance, one should refrain from kissing Mezuzot and Sifrei Torah.

  • There will be no communal singing or loud chanting, only the Chazan will sing with appropriate PPE as per government guidelines.

  • The Synagogue has been set up in line with social distancing guidelines. We ask all attendees to maintain social distancing of two metres.

  • The kitchen will not be in use. There will be individual bottles of water available in the Synagogue.

  • Although there is temptation to catch up with friends you may not have seen. We ask that you leave the JLE building promptly after the service.

As always, our priority is the health and wellbeing of our members, students and staff. The JLE will review these guidelines every 2 weeks and communicate any changes that are made.

The above guidelines are valid from the 4th July 2020 until further notice.