The Memorials Scroll Trust

Why is sefer Torah number 689 different from all other s’farim Torah used by Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue, Cambridge and why does that matter? In 1942, the first night of Chanukah, fell on 4th December. Instead of celebrating, the people of Pardubice, a small town to the east of Prague, obeyed Nazi orders and gathered near the railway station, each with … Read More

News from Reform Judaism

RJ:TV is our interactive broadcasting platform for these challenging times. From tomorrow we will provide a range of interactive programming that you are invited to join – from daily prayer services and adult learning sessions to fun for all ages and casual catch-ups. Whilst physical events and activities at our synagogues have been postponed, we can still come together virtually … Read More

Can you help out at Beth Shalom?

Can you give some of your time and skills to help Beth Shalom? We are looking for more people to help us organise our DIY community

Our pre-cheder classroom

The pre-cheder group welcomes preschool age children and their parents every Sunday morning during term time. Activities are parent led and being part of the group is a great way of meeting other families and creating lasting bonds between children and parents alike. The pre-cheder group has its own classroom which was recently refurbished with toys, colourful posters and artwork … Read More

Teaching at Cheder


We are always on the lookout for teachers and teaching assistants for our religious school (Cheder). If you think you might have the level of Jewish knowledge or Hebrew required, please contact us for an informal chat. All teaching positions are remunerated.