TBI services blend music, spoken liturgy, words of Torah, and meaningful drashot, and are conducted using both English and Hebrew prayers, creating an accessible experience for both longstanding members and newcomers alike.


Fridays, 6.15pm

Our Kabbalat Shabbat services are sometimes punctuated by the communal and personal celebrations of Baby Namings and Welcome Ceremonies.

Saturdays, 10am

Our Shacharit Shabbat services are often punctuated by the communal and personal celebrations of B’nei Mitzvah, Birthdays and Anniversaries. We also take the opportunity to remember those whom we have loved and lost with a special aliyah (Torah call-up) dedicated to memory.

2nd Saturday of the month, 10am

Gesher Lit’filah (“A Bridge to Prayer”) is TBI’s monthly “alternate minyan” for Shabbat morning.  It is a lively chavurah-style service, led by the participants themselves – with a Torah-based discussion in place of a drash, and more communal singing than is usual in the main service. Gesher takes place on the second Shabbat of every month. Newcomers are very welcome. Gesher has been running for over 20 years. We hope you’ll give it a try!

Shabbat Unplugged

Friday 20 October – 6pm

Sweet melodies, tight harmonies and a gently flowing service featuring Ido, Rabbi Gary on acoustic piano, Cantor Laloum and a cool percussive backdrop. Something uplifting for the heart and soul.

Watch a previous Shabbat Unplugged here.


Click here to purchase copies of our Shabbat prayer book.

Click here to purchase and/or donate copies of our High Holy Days prayer books.

Click here to purchase hardcopies of our Shabbat At Home booklet.

Click here to download our Shabbat At Home booklet.