Photo of Shul by Catherine Yass (2000)

Hebrew - Congregation of Jacob
The Congregation of Jacob Synagogue
incorporating
cheva yisroel
Chevra Yisroel & Bicur Cholim & Stetziver Synagogue
351-353 Commercial Road, London, E1 2PS
Tel: 020 7790 2874
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Over 100 years of service to our community - Founded 5663-1903
Using modern technology to bring old tradition to your home

Photo (Left): Catherine Yass (2000) - Image (Right): Shul Pinkas (1903)

Image by Shul Pinkas (1903) Beis Hay

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Hebrew - Bes Hay

Hebrew - Congregation of Jacob
The Congregation of Jacob Synagogue
incorporating
Hebrew - Chevra Yisroel & Bicur Cholim & Stetziver Synagogue
Chevra Yisroel & Bicur Cholim & Stetziver Synagogue

Over 100 years of service to our community

The Jacobette Volume 3
News Letter of the Congregation of Jacob

Note from our Warden

I was very pleased that Michael Gold accepted the Editorship of the Jacobette for this year.

Our success this year has been largely attributable to our team working within the shul.

People who visit our shul comment on the beauty of the building and the ambience. Once you have visited, you will want more.

A special thank you to the community for presenting me with the title of Reverend. On that theme, we do need to recruit genuine people who put the community before themselves.

A community (tzibur) consists of different types of people. If you take the first 2 letters “tz” equates to tzadikim (righteous), “ibur” joins the bain anim (neither righteous nor wicked) and the “r” for reshaim (wicked). In our community we hope we are in the middle category so during the Yomim Neroim (High Holydays) we can pray to G-d to forgive our sins and
allow our teshuva (repentance).

Prayer, charity and repentance on the mitzvas (prece pts) we need to perform to achieve redemption. I would like to wish you all a Shona Tova and Healthy New Year and the Moshiach should come speedily in our days.

Rev David Brandes

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