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New London Synagogue (Masorti)

New London Synagogue is the founding synagogue of the Masorti movement in the UK and will be marking its 50th anniversary in 2014.

We are housed in a Victorian Grade II Listed building in the famous Abbey Road.

We are ten minutes’ walk from Lords Cricket Ground where the Olympic Archery competitions will be taking place, and ten minutes’ walk from St John’s Wood Station on the Jubilee Line which goes directly West to Wembley Stadium and East to Stratford and the Olympic Park.

We are about 10 minutes by bus from the centre of London – the shops, theatres and sights.  Just 9 minutes on the tube from St John’s Wood will take you to Green Park – the nearest tube to Buckingham Palace, the Ritz Hotel and the Royal Academy.

The 139 and 189 buses stop directly outside the Synagogue.

St John’s Wood is the ideal location for visitors to the Olympics.

We offer a warm welcome to our traditional style service, plus a monthly egalitarian service.

Our regular services take place Friday night (6:30pm) Shabbat morning and Sunday morning (9:15am) and at 7:30am, followed by breakfast, when Rosh Chodesh falls on a weekday.

Please visit our website to book for our Communal Seder on Friday 6th April and our Shavout Tikkun.

Our Tisha B'Av service on Sunday 29th July will be followed by a showing of the film "One Day in September" to mark the 40th anniversary of the massacre of the Israeli team at the Munich Olympics in 1972.
To mark the Olympics we are holding a special Kiddush on Shabbat 4th August after the morning service.

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