Mincha (afternoon) services take place every weekday except Friday with a large number of city workers coming to Sandys Row during their lunch hour. Services take place from 1.30 – 2 p.m. in the winter and 1.40 – 2.10 p.m. in the summer. On ‘fast’ days there can be well in excess of one hundred congregants.
The services are organised and administered by David Parlons who is a trustee and Board Member of Sandys Row and has been running the mincha service for over thirty years.
David is especially passionate about the tehillim service, which concludes the daily Mincah. Psalms are recited, along with the Hebrew names of people who are ill. “I’ve seen miracles happen for many people.”
For further information please contact David: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07831254 677.
“I looked around and thought this synagogue is so beautiful, I’m going to make sure it not only survives but moves forward.”