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Barnet Synagogue

During the 1960’s the Jewish community in Barnet had grown rapidly and the first part of its permanent premises opened for full services on Rosh Hashanah in 1965. As the community continued to grow, further extensions were added.

The Barnet Community has benefited by the move of the Jewish population from the inner suburbs of London to the outer suburbs. Young married couples are attracted by the quality of secular and Jewish education locally, resultig in needs that the community never envisaged when the shul was planned.

The premises are used one way or another every day of the week. The shul provides a regular “drop-in” youth club, adult education, a young marrieds group, a Friendship Club, learning programmes, services for the children of all ages, a vibrant ladies group and many more activities.

Through all this, Barnet has been able to maintain a unique atmosphere that is so well-known, not only to our own community, but felt and commented upon by all visitors of whatever shade of observance. We are a very friendly community and welcome visitors at any time.

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