Ohel Leah Synagogue FAQ

Can I come to attend services at Ohel Leah?2020-02-18T17:27:53+08:00

We welcome participation in our services. Because visitors are subject to security procedures, we ask you to contact us prior to your visit.

Is it permissible to photograph the Synagogue?2020-01-25T15:47:03+08:00

Certainly. You are welcome to take photographs with the exception of on Shabbat and festivals.

What if I am part of an interfaith family?2020-02-18T17:32:59+08:00

Nobody is turned away from OLS because they are part of an interfaith family. Please note that OLS is an Orthodox synagogue and ritual privileges are offered accordingly. For further clarification please email Rabbi Oser.

Is there a dress code?2020-01-25T15:48:29+08:00

We ask that you dress appropriately for a house of worship.

What should I know about visiting the Synagogue on Shabbat?2022-08-07T19:49:29+08:00

The service lasts around two hours and the prayers are in Hebrew. Mobile phones and cameras can not be used or displayed.

Do you offer tours of the synagogue?2020-02-18T17:30:09+08:00

Tours are available during regular business hours.

Is there an Eruv?2023-05-12T19:08:33+08:00

Yes, there is an Eruv in Hong Kong. Please click here to learn more.

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