Yeshurun is a modern active Orthodox Synagogue which offers a varying programme of social, educational and religious activities for the youth of the Cheadle Gatley Jewish Community. To participate, please contact the Shul office .
Yeshurun arranges regular events for the children and young people of the Community, particularly during Chagim such as Purim, Chanukah, Succot and Simchat Torah. Large celebratory events are held with activities for each age group.
During Covid times, many weekday activities were being run on Zoom. With the relaxation of restrictions, we are now holding more of these events within Shul and the wider Community.
Post Bar/Bat Mitzvah activities
These activities offer relaxed learning for post-Bar/Batmitzvah teenagers. For further information contact Rabbi Greg or Rebbetzen Hannah
A weekly session to stay in touch and cover topical subjects, with entertainment provided.
These minyanim take place on Chagim (Festivals) and some Shabbat mornings. The services are run by the youth under adult guidance, and provide an opportunity to become more familiar with Shul services in a youth-friendly atmosphere. Parental encouragement for their teenagers to participate in the minyanim helps them to feel comfortable and familiar with services later in their adult life. Rabbi Greg and Rebbetzen Hannah participate in the planning and in the actual services whenever possible.
Every other Shabbat, this youth group for 6-17 years ages meets at Shul. Play games, fill up your Saturday afternoon, and meet up with your own age group across the UK. Contact leaders via the Shul office for more details.
South Manchester Maccabi
There are excellent opportunities for South Manchester Jewish youth to participate in football and other sports locally. There is a major sports facility for Maccabi use in the grounds of North Cheshire Jewish Primary School, just five minutes drive from Yeshurun. It has a range of youth sports activities.
JLGB is a nationwide Jewish youth group for ages 8-18 with a wide range of positive activities which are both fun and character building. JLGB also offers Duke of Edinburgh Awards training.Please see the website at www.jlgb.org.
FZY and Habonim
Young Yeshurun members can join these groups which serve the South Manchester Jewish community as a whole.
Habonim Dror runs Ken on Sundays for Years 5&6. There are residential weekends and days out throughout the year, as well as Holiday Day Schemes and residential summer camps.