SHULS / SYNAGOGUES

There are several synagogues in the area. The first in the area, Golders Green Synagogue, started in 1915 and its current building in Dunstan Road opened in 1922. The Golders Green Beth Hamedrash opened in Golders Green in 1935, moving to the Riding in 1956. The Sassover Beis Hamedrash Helenslea Avenue moved to Golders Green from the east end in 1938 as well as the Beis Yissochor Dov currently in Highfield Avenue, the most sought after and busiest.The Machzike Hadath Synagogue moved to Golders Green in the 1970s, opening its present building in 1983.In about 1960 the Eastern Jewish Community established the Ohel David Eastern Synagogue at the Lincoln Institute, the former site of the Golders Green Beth Hamedrash. The Synagogue Beth Shmuel opened in 1942 in Oakfields Road and relocated at 169-171 Golders Green Road since 1952 and is one of the most prominent synagogues in North West London. The Grand Rabbi Elchonon Halpern was longest serving Rabbi since its inauguration in 1942.

Chabad House of Golders Green holds weekly Friday Night Services with Shnaps and Snacks. Click here to view schedule.

For information about daily Minyanim in Golders Green, please contact us here