A registered charity established in 1968, we are a Jewish community affiliated to the Movement for Reform Judaism. Our membership of about 400 adults and 100 children live in a wide area of Surrey and beyond, centred on our synagogue building in Weybridge.
Our community is made all the richer by its members from diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, abilities, gender identities, sexualities, nationalities, and races. We embrace those who are single, couples, families, interfaith or otherwise, with children or without, those who come for the first time to learn or those who have a Jewish heritage. We are an inclusive community welcoming people from across the LGBT+ spectrum, and we are proud of our annual Pride Shabbat service.
Non-Jewish partners add to the vibrancy of our community. Those who choose to become Jewish are supported on their journey to conversion and those who prefer to retain their existing identity are embraced. Wherever you are approaching Judaism from, you will be warmly welcomed.
At the heart of any Jewish community is the inspiration and care offered by a Rabbi working closely with the lay leadership. Our members contribute to the wider world and our local community through social action and interfaith activities.
Our Synagogue outwardly acknowledges that “Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility” and we actively promote this ethos.
If you would like to attend a service or have any questions about joining the community, we would be delighted to welcome you and answer any questions you may have. Please contact us to make arrangements.