The bad news..... this will be the last year that Aberdeen Hebrew Congregation will be in operation. We will cease to exist in our current form on the 31st October 2016. We are therefore no longer accepting any membership applications for AHC. But the GOOD NEWS is that we will be reconstituting under a revised legal format, which necessitates (amongst other things) a name change.
From 1 November we will become Aberdeen Synagogue and Jewish Community Centre.
ASJCC will have it's own website and membership structure. All of our existing members and supporters will be warmly welcomed as new members of ASJCC. Services, High Holy Days etc will continue as before. In addition, we will be offering a wider range of activities, both religious and secular, as part of our Jewish Community Centre.
Further details will be released nearer the time, but in the meantime, please direct any queries to the webmaster..
We will continue to operate as a traditional Synagogue in the centre of Aberdeen, serving the Grampian region and the North East of Scotland. Although our numbers may be small, we are a thriving community. We don't have a permanent rabbi, but we do host a series of social, cultural and religious events throughout the year. Visitors are always welcome to our shul, and indeed on many occasions visitors have helped us make a minyan.
Jewish life in Aberdeen can be difficult at times, but it is also very interesting and rewarding. Our shul is the cornerstone of spiritual life for many of our local Jewish and non-Jewish families and friends.
Our shul and website receive no external funding and are staffed entirely by volunteers. We are completely independent and not affiliated to any national organisation of Synagogues, or Institutes. Emails and queries will be answered, but please be patient.
Queries or comments regarding the website may be directed to the webmaster; for other queries and information, or to be added to our mailing list, please contact the information office. Details of how to join ASJCC online will be released shortly.
Thank you for visiting! !הכל טוב
See details of our latest refurbishment project!
In February, we had some of our windows refurbished - see the finished project on our Gallery Page!
The Shul sometimes holds services at 6:00pm on Friday evenings for Maariv. Please email the webmaster in advance if you wish to attend, as there may not necessarily be a planned or led service, or services may be led by a woman.
The next Shabbat Sacharis service will be at 10:00am on Saturday, 3 September 2016, followed by Kiddush.