Rabbi Aaron Bassous Manhig Kehilatenu

Shabbat Timings

Parashat Korach

Erev Shabbat
7:34 pm PlagHamincha – earliest time for Candle Lighting
7:00 pm 
Shir Hashirim
7:15 pm 
Mincha & Kabalat Shabbat
Shabbat Day Shacharit
3:43am   Netz Shacharit (Netz @4:43 am)
8:45 am   
Main Shacharit  
Shabbat Day Mincha
6:00 pm Avot Ubanim
6:30 pm
Pirkei Avot for Children
7:00 pm
Mincha
7:30 pm
Ein Yaakov Shiur given by the Rav Shlita
Followed by Seudah Shelishit
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10:10 pm        
Darush by the Rav Shlita
Motse Shabbat
10:33 pm   Arvit & Motsae Shabbat
Weekday Timings

Shacharit
Netz   
Shacharit begins half an hour before sunrise (click to see Sunrise Time)

Sundays & Bank Holidays 7:45 am

Weekdays 7:00 am (6:50 Mon & Thurs)

Rosh Chodesh 6:45 am

Mincha & Arvit throughout the week
7:30 pm  Mincha & Arvit

Arvit throughout the week
10:15  pm  
Arvit
Shiurim Program
Rabbi Bassous Daily Shiurim at 8pm

Sunday: Ben Ish Chai Shiur -   shiur by the Rav Shlita.

Monday & Wednesday: New Shiur on Hilchot Berachot given by the Rav Shlita.
8:00-8:45 pm: Chavruta Gemara Berachot 6th Perek.
8:45- 9:15 pm: Shiur Halacha Le'ma'ase on the Sugiyah by the Rav Shlita.

Tuesday: Chavruta night & Shiur on Navi given by the Rav Shlita.

Thursday: Parashat Hashavua Shiur given by the Rav Shlita
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Daf Yomi: with Rav Gabi Tovim
Sunday: After Netz minyan
Weekdays: After Netz minyan
Shabbat: After Netz minyan
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Early Morning Kollel
Sunday: 6:30am to 7:45am
Mon to Thurs: 5:45am to 7am
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Sunday Morning Program every Sunday after Shacharit. Breakfast and Shiur with Rav Godlievsky.
Zmanim for Golders Green
Mazal Tov's

Parashat Shelach Lecha
Mazal Tov to the Rav and Rabbanit on the birth of a granddaughter, a daughter to Yosef Chaim.

Mazal Tov to Shmuel Elkouby on the birth of a grandson.

Mazal tov to Ami & Dina Tangi on the birth of a baby girl.

Mazal Tov to Moshe & Annaelle Kubani on the birth of their daughter.







Covid-19 update
With the national lockdown coming to an end, minyanim and learning programs have now restarted B'H.
Please refer to the Trustee's email named "Reopening Guidelines" for the detailed guidelines which include the following points:
  • Face coverings are required by law to be worn in Shul. There are valid exemptions for some individuals. Relevant guidance on face coverings is available on GOV.UK
  • Please use your own siddurim/sefarim until further notice
  • Please maintain a good hand hygiene when entering the Shul
  • There is a maximum of 55 men in main Shul, 30 women in Ladies Gallery, 28 in Mezzanine, 4 in ground floor small prayer room and 13 in first floor small Bet Midrash

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