Volunteer Hebrew teacher needed

FRS are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated and caring volunteer Hebrew Teacher, with a passion for Early Years education, for one to two hours per week, to support the Hebrew language development of children aged 2-4 years through small group … Continue reading

A Statement from FRS

The FRS community was concerned and saddened to read the article published by the Jewish Chronicle on 19 December, which included a number of allegations against Rabbi David Mitchell. Rabbi Mitchell was the FRS Director of Education prior to enrolling … Continue reading

Part-time Kindergarten Assistant vacancy at FRS Kindergarten

Part-time Kindergarten Assistant vacancy at FRS Kindergarten, N12 0BE. FRS Kindergarten is looking for an additional member of staff to join our friendly and dedicated team in September 2018.  We are looking to recruit a highly motivated, enthusiastic Kindergarten Assistant, … Continue reading

“18 under 18”

A huge mazal tov to 4 fabulous FRS teenagers, nominated as part of the Jewish News feature ‘Eighteen under 18: Those set to shape the community’s future in the decades to come’. We’re so very proud of Abi Brunner, Jess Cohen, … Continue reading

FRS Mitzvah Day 2016

This Month, FRS members joined with charities and other community groups to give their time to good causes. If you have any questions or need more information about any projects, please contact me on jon.freedman@frsonline.org   Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice … Continue reading

Now what? A discussion after the US election…

Now what? A discussion after the US election… Sunday 13 November, 7.30pm at Finchley Reform Synagogue Many of us followed the US election in recent months, watching as a divisive, hard-fought and highly challenging campaign was played out before our … Continue reading

New Machzor

This Rosh Hashanah, we are eagerly anticipating the opportunity to trial a brand new draft Machzor in our main service.  The use of this paperback draft is a milestone on the way to the Movement for Reform Judaism publishing a … Continue reading


Our community has joined the Barnet Refugee Welcome Board (BRWB) with the purpose of supporting Barnet Council which unanimously voted to resettle 50 Syrian refugees under the Government’s Vulnerable Persons Relocation scheme over the course of the year. Incoming families … Continue reading

Listen to Rabbi Miriam on BBC Radio London

Rabbi Miriam was on BBC Radio London 94.9 reviewing the news on Sunday 19 July. She talked about combating radicalisation, the Royal Family, Boris Johnson and water cannon and Tim Farron’s religious convictions. Listen again from 1:47:30.http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02w6xkq#auto … Continue reading