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Norwich messianic synagogue invites community to holy days 

The Jewish High Holy Days are nearly upon us and members of the local community are warmly invited to the Adat Yeshua Messianic Synagogue to join the festivities.

The Autumn High Holy Days start with Rosh Hashanah on September 10 closely followed by Yom Kippur ten days later on September 19. The season concludes with Sukkot (The Feast of Tabernacles) on September 24 and the last day of Sukkot (Simchat Torah) on October 1.

All services will be held at the Messianic Synagogue, Adat Yeshua, on Essex Street Norwich at 10.30am. Please plan ahead for parking as on street parking is extremely limited.

Rabbi Binyamin Sheldrake said, "Maybe as a believer you have never considered celebrating these biblical holidays and festivals, maybe you’ve been curious to see what happens in a synagogue during these times and maybe you simply would like to experience something completely new in your faith and worship in true Jewish style."

"Either way, you are welcome to attend."

It would be helpful to have some idea of numbers ahead of the services for security and seating arrangements, so if you would like to attend then do email the Rabbi on:
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Pictured: photo taken at Sukkot


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