affectionately known as
contact our office on 029 2047 3728 or
internationally +4429 2047 3728
or Rabbi Rose on firstname.lastname@example.org
For your convenience you can get directions to thge C.U.S by going into
Also, for booking any
SCHOOL VISITS please use the OFFICE telephone number above.
2013 11 Sivan,
a further look inside our shul here
Look at our
symbols of the 12 tribes of Israel here
We are a traditional orthodox community,
located in Cardiff, Wales, UK. You can look at
our interesting history Kosher
food is available to buy at various locations, and we have a fully-functioning
mikveh and keilim mikveh.
by opening this page.
Services on most weekdays and over Shabbat.
Our Minyamin services are traditional with
informal, family atmosphere.
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Weekly News or Services.
known as Zman Matan Torateinu. The time of the giving of the Torah. The
time when we became the People of the Book. Judaism is unique in that
every single Jew is commanded to know the Torah, no matter his level of
knowledge or intelligence, everyone has something to learn, from a young
child to the most knowledgeable scholar. So in addition to studying the
latest on how we are doing in the premiership, take the opportunity this
Shavuos to add something to your Torah studying this year. Wishing you a
good Yom Tov and a good summer,
C.U.S is delighted to have a brand– new Taharah
House, kindly donated by Ms. Davine Rosen
parents, Annie and Harry,
her brother Isidore, and elder sister
in memory of her
The new building was required as the previous Tahara
House at the Penylan care-home
was to be demolished.
CARDIFF JEWISH CARE
The amalgamation has occurred between the Care
Committees of both Cardiff Synagogues
The new name of CARDIFF JEWISH CARE has arisen after
a joint meeting, in order to pool resources
- both monetary and man-power, and will operate in most cases as a
combined venture or on occasions
as a separate entity, when the matter arises.
The new Committee will also liaise with Penylan
House [Pen-Care}. for admissions, and the Tuesday Day
Centre for the delivery of meals to those people who are housebound.
All enquiries should be directed to Lynne Stewart
or Louise Fuller email:
please ensure, when you enter or leave the shul building, that
make sure that the front door is closed securely behind you. It
is necessary, in
these times to raise the level of security.
There is so much happening at “CUS” so we have produced an
“A to Z” of some of the many
New Links to Social & Cultural Page
here and Chevra
Kadisha Page here
Please read this important message from the BOARD
Ruth Levene has taken
over the yahrzeit reminder list and again we ask if
anybody wishes to be
advised of a yahrzeit,
please inform the shul office or contact Ruth at
Please visit the
Weekly News page for important updates and
Due to the Data Protection Act, hospitals and other
health institutions no longer
automatically notify us when a Jewish patient is admitted;
therefore if you or somebody you know is admitted
and wishes to be visited, they need to specifically request
that the institution make contact with the
otherwise we will not find out.
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