“One of the fortresses of Torah, setting an example to the entire family of the United Synagogue and to Anglo-Jewry as a whole”. Thus did the late Chief Rabbi, Lord Jacobovits describe Hendon at the induction of Rabbi Sidney Silberg in 1980. These words are as true now as when they were first uttered.
The Synagogue was founded in 1928 and was in Brent Street and moved to Raleigh Close in 1935. It is about 6 minutes walk from Hendon Central Underground station and there are several bus routers nearby, all of which stop at or near the tube station. The Shul is about a 15 minute walk from Hendon mainline station (Thameslink) in Station Road. The Synagogue is a constituent Shul of the United Synagogue and is within the North West London Eruv.
Hendon Synagogue is the spiritual home of around 1000 families ranging from traditional to Modern Orthordox in outlook. We offer something for everyone. We have a mothers and toddlers group, regular learning groups and shiurim, Project Seed, a vibrant youth programme and activities for all the different ages. We have a variety of educational, cultural and social events and we are a warm, welcoming and friendly community.
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