There are 40+ groups and committees within EDRS organising a wide range of activities for all ages and many interests. Some of these groups are from outside organisations using our premises and facilities or sponsored by the synagogue.
We are five passionate, dedicated people who organise activities during the year to present the necessity of Israel for Jews worldwide. We hold about four meetings annually and would love to hear from members with strong feelings for Israel.
Bridge – Our popular and friendly Wednesday afternoon sessions are held every week from 12.45 pm until 4pm. Still only £3, including tea. The last session before the summer holidays will be on 20 August and re-starting again on 22 October
Zumba Gold – Dance and aerobics, to music with fast and slow rhythms ! Come along every Thursday, from 10.15am to 11.15am for only £4. The last session will be on 17 July and re-starting on 4 September
Schmoozing with the Rabbis - A light hearted topical discussion, Mondays from 10.30am until 12.15pm, next on 7 July with Rabbi Maurice Michaels
Community Weekend Away April 2013
NEWCASTLE - 19th - 22nd APRIL 2013
Following the previous successful weekends, we invite you to another informal and social ‘Weekend Away’ to Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 2013.
Jewish Care Day Centre
We are proud to host a Day Centre for the elderly under the auspices of Jewish Care.
This runs on Monday to Thursday from 9.30a.m to 2.30p.m.
Activities are wide-ranging from pottery and painting to bridge, and entertainers bring music to a very appreciative audience.
Transport can be arranged to and from the centre.
For more information please call Jacey Harris on 020 8905 4737
Joyce Furrer welcomes regulars and newcomers to her weekly class every Tuesday during term-time between 10.00a.m. and 11.30a.m.
This class is for men and women of any age, and beginners are accommodated as well as more experienced practitioners.
Just bring a mat and wear comfortable loose clothing (maybe a track suit) – no shoes, we’re barefoot.
Each session costs £5.00 and the new term starts on January 11th 2011.
Jewish Association of Cultural Societies
The Jewish Association of Cultural Societies (JACS) meets every Thursday between 1.30p.m. and 3.00p.m.
We have regular speakers, debates on topical issues and quizzes. We also arrange trips away and have a trip to Eastbourne scheduled for the beginning of May.
We are a warm and friendly group who welcome newcomers so come and see what we have to offer.
The cost is £2.00 per session and we offer light refreshments.
Not The Women's Guild
Ladies of the community do join us. We are Not The Women’s Guild
We meet Tuesday mornings (in term time) in the Synagogue Hall at 10.00am. Yoga is a very relaxing form of exercise that “everybody” can do – so why not come and try?
For more information phone Joyce 020-8203 1935
20s to 30s
Young adults form a vital part of Jewish communities; however it can sometimes feel hard to find what you are looking for within synagogue life. At EDRS, we have created a friendly and vibrant group to provide a space to meet others, socialize, eat, drink, learn and/or unwind after the busy lives we all lead. EDRS 20s-30s meet every month for either a Friday Night dinner or a social night out and whether you are single or part of a couple, everyone is always welcome.Read more...
Come and join us, its fun, its good exercise and a we are a welcoming group EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 8.15pm
Cost £1 for the evening including refreshments NEW MEMBERS ALWAYS WELCOME
Jewish Association of Cultural Societies (JACS)
Alan Conway, Chairman of the Stonegrove branch, invites all 65s (and over) to come along to the Synagogue Hall every Thursday at 1.30pm to listen to a variety of speakers on a range of topics; to enjoy the provided refreshments and to take the opportunity to socialise. For further details please call Alan on 020-8906 9659
Chicago Bridge Club
Runs on the last Thursday of each month at the synagogue. The standard of players varies greatly, and we have quite a social evening, which is enjoyed by all those who attend regularly. A small prize is offered at each meeting. The group would like more bridge players to join, whether you are a beginner or more advanced. We start at 8 pm and for a small entry fee of £2 tea, coffee and biscuits are also included.
see also New Options
Rosh Chodesh Group for Women
If you have never been to one of our sessions, you might be pleasantly surprised at how enjoyable and enriching the experience is.