Welcome to Alei Tzion

A Modern Orthodox Religious Zionist Kehilla

  • A young and vibrant congregation
  • Daily Shacharit, Mincha and Maariv services
  • Complete Shabbat services, including 2 children's services
  • A dynamic spiritual leader in Rabbi Daniel Roselaar and his wife Naamah

Announcements

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Bamidbar & Shavuot
Thursday, June 6, 2019 - Published by admin

Bamidbar & Shavuot


CRP Information
Wednesday, May 29, 2019 - Published by admin

Certificate of Religious Practice at Alei Tzion in 2019

For admissions into most Jewish schools, parents are required to present the school with a Certificate of Religious Practice form (CRP) or a Supplementary Information Form (SIF). The CRP confirms Synagogue attendance, over a required amount of dates, as stipulated on the form. The SIF confirms knowledge of the family’s religious observance by completion of a questionnaire by a Rabbi. Different Jewish schools use either CRP or SIF. The majority of schools use CRP. The form/s are available through each school’s website, or office, and Alei Tzion does not provide you with the form/s.

If you need a SIF completed, please contact Rabbi Roselaar (rav@aleitzion.co.uk) to make arrangements for him to complete and sign it. Please make sure that you are fully aware of the requirements of the SIF for each school as they differ from school to school, and please ensure that you do not embarrass the Rabbi or yourselves by entering inaccurate information.

If the school you are applying to uses the CRP system, please see below.

CRP Registration

Alei Tzion will be using a token system in 2019 for administration of the CRP (Certificate of Religious Practice). To be entered into the school token system you must register by contacting Michelle Mitchell in advance (crp@aleitzion.co.uk). 

School tokens

Within 5 working days, you will be entered onto a spreadsheet and receive by email a PDF document with weekly dated tokens including your child’s name. It is expected that you print off your individual tokens to bring to Shul on Shabbat.

Shul attendance

When you enter the Shul on Shabbat there will be a box at the front desk that the token can be dropped into.  

Assessment

Each week your attendance will be entered into our system.

Dates that are eligible for recording attendance at Shabbat morning synagogue services from 4 May 2019:

2019
 4 May             
11 May            
18 May            
25 May
  1 June            
8 June

                        
15 June
22 June            
29 June   
6 July     
13 July
20 July

                               
27 July                   
 3 August
10 August
17 August              
24 August              
31 August 

 
7 September
14 September
21 September
28 September 
5 October
12 October
 
 

 
19 October             
26 October             
2 November           
9 November
16 November
23 November
30 November

                               
7 December            
14 December
21 December
28 December          
2020
  4 January             
  11 January

 

 


Behar
Thursday, May 23, 2019 - Published by admin

Behar newsletter


Parshat Emor
Tuesday, May 21, 2019 - Published by admin
Pesach Times 2019
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - Published by admin

Thursday 18th April

Bedikat Chametz after 8.45 pm


Friday 19th April – Taanit Bechorim / Erev Pesach (Bank Holiday)

Shacharit & Siyum – 8.15 am

Latest time for eating chametz – 10.39 am

Latest time for burning chametz – 11.49 am

Candle lighting, Mincha, Kabbalat Shabbat & Maariv – 7.49 pm

 

Shabbat 20th April – 1st day Pesach

Shacharit – 9.15 am

Mincha – 7.49 pm

Maariv & Motzaei Shabbat – 8.56 pm


Sunday 21st April – 2nd day Pesach

Shacharit – 9.15 am

Mincha & Shiur – 7.55 pm

Maariv & Motzaei Yomtov – 8.58 pm

 

Monday 22nd April – Chol Hamoed (Bank Holiday)

Shacharit – 8.15 am

Mincha & Maariv – 7.30 pm.

 

Tuesday & Wednesday 23rd & 24th April – Chol Hamoed

Shacharit – 6.40 / 8.15 am

Mincha & Maariv – 7.30 pm.

 

Thursday 25th April – Chol Hamoed

Shacharit – 6.40 / 8.15 am

Mincha & Maariv – 7.15 pm – ERUV TAVSHILIN

 

Friday 26th April – 7th day Pesach

Shacharit – 9.15 am

Mincha & Kabbalat Shabbat – 7.15 pm

 

Shabbat 27th April – 8th day Pesach

Shacharit – 9.15 am

Mincha & Shiur – 8.01 pm

Maariv & Motzaei Yomtov – 9.10 pm


Parsha Tzav
Thursday, March 21, 2019 - Published by admin

Parsha Tzav


Parsha vayikra
Thursday, March 14, 2019 - Published by admin

Parsha vayikra newsletter


Shul Refurbishment: We're Davening in IJDS on Shabbat Morning
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - Published by admin

We have commenced the works to refurbish our Shul. Accordingly, we want to confirm arrangements whilst our main room is out of action.

Tefilla 

Other than Shabbat morning, all tefillot will continue to be held at LSJS - we will be davening in the “Alon Room” (a.k.a. the Hashkama Room or the Old Shul, depending on your Alei Tzion vintage!) Kabbalat Shabbat and both Shabbat Minchas will also be in the Alon Room. 

Tefilla on Shabbat morning will be held at the usual time of 9.15am at the Independent Jewish Day School (IJDS) on Green Lane (a few minutes’ walk from LSJS). The main minyan will take place in the IJDS school hall, with Children’s tefilla in various classrooms. Please follow the signs through the School building. Kiddushim will be at IJDS following tefilla.

We have tried to ensure that all tefillot are in as comfortable an environment as possible but please do bear with us. We will tweak where we can to make improvements but please remember that the arrangements are only temporary.

Learning

Our programme of shiurim during the week will continue to be held at the usual times in various rooms within LSJS - please ask at reception as they may move around on a week by week basis. Again, please bear with us.


Exclusive tour of the Natural History Museum in Tring
Sunday, February 3, 2019 - Published by admin

Dear Friend,

Alei Tzion and Mizrachi UK are delighted to be hosting an exclusive tour of the Natural History Museum in Tring, led by Rabbi Dr Natan Slifkin on Sunday 3rd February.

The museum is located in the grounds of the former residence of the Rothschild family and so the tour will also cover the building's significance in the context of our national history.

The animal collection and historic setting promises to provide an unmissable experience for adults and children alike. 

Drinks, snacks and lunch to be provided. Mincha will follow lunch. 

Please see the attached poster for the programme of the day and book at
https://myus.theus.org.uk/events/59243/natural-history-museum-at-tring-with-rabbi-dr-natan-slifkin/

We look forward to seeing you there!

 



Parshas Beshalach
Sunday, January 13, 2019 - Published by admin
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