Belmont Synagogue is an orthordox community of six hundred families in north-west London founded in the mid 1960′s and the present building was opened in 1981. It is a thriving community, although one of the smaller United Synagogue constituents’ shuls, it is often described as a jewel in the crown. The community is located in and around Belmont, Stanmore and Canons Park.
The Belmont Synagogue kehilla is a thriving community which hosts a diverse range of activities.Communal activities include daily services, educational programmes, children’s and youth activities and social events. There are activities for both the young and older people in the community and it is a warm and welcoming community which is both friendly and helpful at all times.
It is a golden rule at Belmont that all shiurim welcome everyone regardless of previous qualification. There is no minimum level of learning required and it is generally interactive learning that is enjoyable as well as worthwhile.
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