CRP

  • CRP Arrangements
    The process for entry to Jewish Schools in September 2018 commenced on Shabbat 6th May 2017.
    We aim to end the process by the end of 2017 believing this gives everyone ample time to complete their visits. This obviously is not set in stone but everyone involved is a volunteer so we try to be mindful of that.
    For details of how to register for this process, please click the link below:
    CRP Registration


     
    ARRANGEMENTS EVERY WEEK

    If you have registered for the CRP process, you should have received an email containing all the arrangements for every Shabbat. If you have not received this email, please contact us.


    DURING THE SERVICES

    We have a programme of talks for parents that take place whilst your child(ren) are in the Children's Services. Click on the link below for more details:
    TEN Talks


    CAN YOU HELP?

    We are looking for some additional parent volunteers to assist with the general decorum each week and with the distribution of CRP cards at the beginning of the morning.  Please contact us to let us know which week(s) you are able to assist. 

     
    AFTER SHABBAT

    You can log on to our online system to see how the attendance of your child is being recorded.
    Full details by clicking here.


    ENQUIRIES

    If you have any questions, please email us:
    crp@millhillsynagogue.co.uk
    or call Gerry Shaer on 0208 959 1137 extension 3
     
     
  • CRP Online Account
    If you have registered your child(ren) for the CRP process, you can use our online system that will allow you to follow their progress throughout the process.
    You can access the system by going directly to:
    www.crp.shul.co.uk

    If you have already registered your child, you should have been sent log in details via email.
    If you have not received these details, please contact us:
    crp@millhillsynagogue.co.uk
    or call Gerry Shaer on 0208 959 1137 extension 3


    Please note it can take up to a few days for us to process attendence from last Shabbat.

     
  • CRP Registration
    Entry to Jewish Schools September 2018


    If you wish to have your child’s attendance at synagogue recorded so that we can verify attendance for the CRP, you will need to apply to join the attendance register by filling out the form below.






     


    Shul Booking Form
  • Children's Service: Kiddush Assistance
    We would welcome any ladies who are interested in helping out with the children's services kiddushim.
    In particular during the CRP season, the services are especially busy and extra volunteers are needed.

    If you have approximately an hour and half to spare, once every three months, please get in touch with Michelle Webber by filling out the form below.
     

    Shul Booking Form
     
  • Shabbat Morning - Food For Thought
    Downstairs lobby
    Ner Orre Community Centre


    Transform your Shabbat Morning!
    Visit our Shabbat Coffee Bar from 10.30am and then come along to hear one of our talks, starting at approximately 11am:


    TEN Talks
    TEN minutes of inspiration and idea sharing

    EXPLANATORY EXPERIENCE
    A monthly series exploring different aspects of prayer


    Details of the next talk will be shown below.

     


     

    Kindly sponsored by Thirsk Winton LLP
  • About the Certificate of Religious Practice

    Following the judgment in the Supreme Court Jewish schools have to adopt a religious practice test for admissions.

    Some schools will be asking you to complete a Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP), which includes verification of synagogue attendance.

    You should check the websites of the schools in which you are interested to see their specific requirements, but many are looking for attendance at synagogue.  

    Entry to Jewish Schools September 2018

    Once again we have procedures in place to help those wishing to apply to attend Jewish Schools in September 2018 to obtain a Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP).

    This year, the date that eligibility for attendance at synagogue services commenced is:
    6th May 2017.

    If you wish to have your child’s attendance at synagogue recorded so that we can verify attendance for the CRP, you needed to apply to join the attendance register.
    If you have not yet registered, you can still apply by clicking on the link below. Please note that there might a small delay in dealing with registrations once the process has begun (i.e. after May).
    CRP Registration

    Once you have registered, you will be emailed details of our online CRP system which enables you to monitor the attendance record of your child(ren). Click on the link below to access this system:
    www.crp.shul.co.uk

    If you have not received your login details, or if you have any other questions, please contact us:
    crp@millhillsynagogue.co.uk
    or call Gerry Shaer on 0208 959 1137 extension 3

     



    Before the process commenced, we held two CRP introductory evenings to explain the process and to offer the community an alternative to the morning Shabbat service. These presentations can be downloaded by clicking on the links below:

    Nursery & Primary School Presentation
    Secondary School Presentation

    You can read much more information the United Synagogue about the CRP process and about Jewish schools by clicking here.


     

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