The Neimah Singers are a professional synagogue choir. Founded in 1994, the Choir was originally called the New Finchley Choir. It was formed by Marc Temerlies, the Choir's conductor, Chazan Moshe Haschel, and Jonathan Weissbart, one of the choristers. The aim of the Choir is to revitalise synagogue services by introducing music based on traditional melodies, modes and styles (nusach), but giving the music a fresh dynamism by using choral arrangements reflecting a modern musical approach.
The word Seliha (plural- Selihot) means forgiveness in Hebrew.