The shul first came into existence as the result of two men, David Assersohn z”l and Max Kanal z”l, meeting on Ealing Common and, as they had discovered Jewish people in the area (just their families at the time) they decided to start a shul.
EALING SYNAGOGUE REMEMBERS RABBI LORD SACKS Z”L
Photos of Rabbi Lord Sacks z”l attending Ealing Synagogue’s 90th Anniversary Dinner on Sunday 8 November 2009.
HOLOCAUST LEARNING UK – EALING SYNAGOGUE
On Wednesday 29 January 2020, Ealing Synagogue hosted local schools Brentside, Villiers and Cardinal Wiseman for a series of workshops on the Holocaust. Guest speakers were Helen Stone, who spoke about her mother Emmy Golding; Emmy left Germany in May 1939 at the age of 25 to come to the UK on a domestic visa; and Harry Spiro, whose daughter Tracy Moses told his story of how he was separated from his parents at the age of 11 and was sent to three concentration camps. He was the only member of his entire family to survive. It was a highly successful day and the feedback from the schools was very positive.
On Sunday 10 November 2019, Ealing United Synagogue rounded off a spectacular year of events marking its Centenary with a dinner for 200 members, former members and the generation who grew up in Ealing, at the Holiday Inn-Brentford Lock. Members of the Assersohn family, grandchildren of David Assersohn, one of the joint founders, were among the guests. Trevor Asserson came from Israel to share memories of his grandfather. The Chief Rabbi spoke of Ealing celebrations past, including the one when the roof fell in, but also of its characteristics as a caring community with a welter of social, cultural and educational activities. He invested long-serving Warden, Dr Brian Robinson, as Elder of the Synagogue, presenting him with a certificate marking a donation by the Synagogue in Brian`s name to Langdon. Michael Goldstein, President of the United Synagogue described the high regard in which Ealing is held within the United Synagogue, particularly for the dignity with which it moved into its new shul. Before leaving, each guest was presented with a personalised album, consisting of one hundred years of memorabilia in the life of the community. The spirit engendered by the evening will ensure that Ealing’s true grit will keep it going, despite being outside the North West London bubble, for many a year to come. Click here to see more photos.
EALING UJIA FUNDRAISES FOR THE CARMIEL CHILDREN’S VILLAGE – OCTOBER 2017
Ealing UJIA hosted an evening of song and entertain with Shabbaton Choir in honour of Neil Shestopal z”l. The evening raised £20,000 for Carmiel Children’s Village. The Village is the largest of Hamifal Educational Children’s Homes, which provide a warm and loving home to nearly 1,000 Israeli orphans and other neglected children at risk.
Friday 15 January 2021
Shabbat begins: 4.05 pm
Kabbalat Shabbat: 3.25 pm
Meeting ID: 894 2182 4396
Shabbat 16 January
Shabbat ends: 5.14 pm
Havdalah: 5.20 pm
Meeting ID: 811 8281 1801
Sunday 17 January
Shacharit: 8.30 am
856 5041 3132
HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY TRUST
WEDNESDAY 27 JANUARY 2021
7.00pm - 8.00pm
For HMD 2021, the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust is curating a very special UK HMD Ceremony. To keep everyone safe, for the first time in the history of HMD, they are organising a fully virtual Ceremony.
On 27 January from 7 – 8pm, we will gather (in spirit) to remember those who were murdered for who they were: in the Holocaust, during Nazi Persecution and in the genocides that followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.
The UK Ceremony will be open to everyone and we hope that as many people as possible will watch and engage with the event. Please click here to register to watch the ceremony.
Anyone who signs up, will receive a couple of email reminders in January, with the link to the Ceremony.
HOLOCAUST LEARNING UK
TUESDAY 2 FEBRUARY 2021
7.30pm - 8.45pm
Please join us for a special event to view the première of our new and original Docufilm "Out of the Darkness"
"Out of the Darkness" includes the compelling testimony of Holocaust Survivor Janine Webber and features a diverse cast of participating students and a rabbi. It teaches students about the Holocaust and helps students understand that we must all play our part in the fight against racism, victimisation and intolerance if we are to build a better, safer future for everyone. Click here to register.
Monday afternoons: 2.30pm
Arts and Crafts Group
Join us in our new Arts and Crafts Group and do your own thing - painting, sculpture, pottery, textiles, mixed-media, etc. Tell us what you're doing and swap ideas. For Zoom details please email Stephen Hirst: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday afternoons: 3.00pm
Good Read Discussion Group
It could be a book you have just enjoyed or not, a newspaper or magazine article that has piqued your interest or maybe a painting that has moved you. Perhaps you could talk about it for a few minutes or so with a view to group discussion. Politics-free of course. Or just Zoom in to say hello, listen and participate as you fancy. For Zoom details please email Stephen Hirst: email@example.com.
Sunday mornings : 10.00am - 12.00pm
Tuesday evenings : 7.30pm - 9.00pm
Via Zoom. For Zoom details please email Daniela Bland: firstname.lastname@example.org.