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Shabbos Times
Friday (19/07/19) Mincha/ Kabbolas Shabbos: 7:30pm
Shabbos (20/07/19) Shacharis: 9:30am
Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishis: 9:10pm
Maariv: 10:33pm

There is a Children's service (11:15am) and Youth Service (10:45am) every Shabbos morning.
Weekday Shacharis Times
Sunday (21/07/19)- The fast of 17th Tammuz
Fast Begins: 1:15am
Shacharis: 8:15am
Mincha followed by Maariv: 7:40pm
Fast Ends: 10:21pm

Monday: 7:20am
Tuesday & Wednesday: 7:30am
Thursday: 7:20am
Friday: 7:30am
Weekday Mincha & Maariv Times
Sunday to Thursday:
Mincha followed by Maariv: 7:40pm
Condolences to Mr Andrew Loofe on the sad passing of his mother, Mrs Shirley Loofe O’H.
Shabbos Tanya Shiur: 9:15am
Shabbos Gemara Shiur in the home of Rabbi Walker: 8:10pm
Thursday - Haftorah Practice with Sid Kohn: 8:10pm
Sir Richard Leese, leader of Manchester City Council and local councillor is visiting the Shul for breakfast on Monday 29th July at 9:00am. If any Shul member would like to join us, please contact the office to book your place by Sunday 21st July. Places are limited.

There will be a Shul coach trip on Sunday 18th August going to Llandudno. Please see poster for all the details.

The Seudah Shlishis this week has been sponsored by Chazan Yehuda Marx.
Upcoming Events
Shabbos Times
Shabbos Balak 20th July:
Earliest Candle Lighting: 7:44pm
Shabbos Ends: 10:33pm

Shabbos Pinchas (Mevarchim) 27th July:
Earliest Candle Lighting: 7:36pm
Shabbos Ends: 10:19pm

Shabbos Matos Masei 3rd August:
Earliest Candle Lighting: 7:27pm
Shabbos Ends: 10:04pm