Email Newsletter
    Produced Weekly

Our weekly e-newsletter - 'The Weekly Email' - is our regular bulletin which details information about our upcoming events and services, as well as other pertinent matters. The central feature of this document is the ever topical 'Thought for the Week', lovingly produced each week by Rabbi Michaels. The Weekly Email also features news from the wider Bournemouth Jewish community so that BRS members and subscribers can keep up to date. Click
here to view the latest edition.





| Hakol Magazine
    Produced Quarterly

'Hakol' - meaning 'all of us' - is BRS's official journal. With more than 200 issues to its name, Hakol has a long history as the definitive compendium
 to BRS membership. The magazine features updates from the synagogue executive, as well as reports from the rabbi and the cheder team. In addition to this, members and non-members alike make regular contributions and articles range from book reviews, recipes and biblical analyses, to travel logs and biographies. Having recently undergone a major overhaul, Hakol stands proudly as a central feature of our publications repertoire.





| Prayer Books and Liturgy
    Produced by the Movement

All prayer books can be obtained from the Movement for Reform Judaism (MRJ). MRJ currently has three different prayer books available to buy: the Days of Awe machzor, the Pilgrim Festivals prayerbook and Seder Ha-T’fillot, Forms of Prayer - the new daily and Sabbath Siddur.

The current Siddur is a highly innovative prayer book which includes services for Shabbat, weekdays, festivals and special occasions. Its flexible format enables you to participate in the most traditional or creative style of service. In new and extended sections, the Community Prayers, Calendar of the Year, Lifecycle Events and Home Services provide a wealth of material for both public and private occasions. Contemporary issues, such as social justice and the environment, are addressed in specially-commissioned prayers and there is also new material offering more musical opportunities to enhance services.

The MRJ Publications page can be accessed via the following link: http://prayer.reformjudaism.org.uk/prayer-books/