Grand opening of Norwich synagogue annexe
Within the last couple of years the community at the Adat Yeshua Messianic Synagogue in Norwich has grown too large for the building, so an annexe has been built to accommodate a foodbank, creche and office space. The grand opening is on May 8.
Rabbi Binyamin Sheldrake said, "We are so pleased to finally have completed the building of our brand new annexe at Adat Yeshua synagogue. We now have space for a refurbished foodbank, office space and creche facilities as well as a large conference room. We want to share our joy and thanks to the Lord for this exciting ministry development."
The Grand Opening is set for May 8 at 3pm, with a 45 minute service of thanks and praise with official ribbon cutting, followed by light refreshments. All are welcome - please reply to the synagogue on email@example.com to secure your place as seating will be limited.
The synagogue is active in the local community and has plans to use the new space as a breakfast/after-school club as a safe space for the children to build healthy relationships and also provide facilities to study for those who lack the resources at home. The synangogue already hosts a weekly foodbank that helps many families in urgent need. In the evenings, the building extension will be used to help them expand their many adult education classes, such as Hebrew courses, book studies and Rabbinic training.
Adat Yeshua Messianic Synagogue, Essex Street,
Norwich, NR2 2BL