Shul is so valued

I WAS delighted to see the letter last week from our synagogue executive, outlining Southport Hebrew Congregationís regular services.

We were once a much larger community, but migration, emigration and natural causes have depleted numbers.

Our valued congregants are kept informed of news and times of services for Shabbat and festivals in emails from our secretary. And the congregation now has its own website.

My sister, Gillian Moonman, continues the great work of her late husband, Eric, in arranging for visiting rabbis.

Just last week we welcomed Shabbat visitors from Manchester ó and even Vancouver.

Deborah Porter,
Southport Hebrew Congregation.

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