The Limmud Service has fast established itself as an intimate, friendly and inspiring service within Stanmore Shul that meets on the first Shabbat of each secular calendar month in the Board Room.
It offers congregants a full service away from the busy main shul and enjoys great decorum which in turn invigorates the davening and leining.
Offering a more 'pacey' service than is possible downstairs allows time for some really meaningful insights from either Rabbi Lew or Rabbi Shaw in a more informal, interactive style on either the weeks Sidra or an aspect of the Shabbat prayers.
In addition, a D'var Torah by a congregant, which after Jaqui Rudolph's exceptional delivery at the first Limmud Service, is to become a permanent feature.
Without fail, those who attend enthusiastically comment on the great ruach (atmosphere) and how much they enjoy the opportunity to participate more or simply preferring to be 'closer to the action' than is otherwise usually possible.
We are really grateful to the HE's who have listened and responded so enthusiastically to the members by making this service possible.
Whether you fancy preparing a short D'var Torah, lein a bit of your Barmitzvah sedra, lead some davening, or just sit back and enjoy, the Limmud Service is for you.
We start at 9:00am and finish in time for Kiddush, but the time goes by so quickly! Why not come up and join us for the next one.
For the dates of our services please see the Shul [calendar] and all are very welcome to attend.