Golders Green Synagogue is an inclusive, contemporary orthodox Jewish community and member of the United Synagogue with outstanding religious, educational, social, welfare and children’s services.
The community has a long history dating back to 1915 when services were first held, during the First World War, in the hall of Golders Green Parish Church. The current synagogue building in Dunstan Road, which is now a Grade II listed building, opened in 1922 and currently serves more than 350 member households.
The past decade has seen an extraordinary regeneration of the community, with the opening of Rimon Jewish Primary School in 2012, which have combined to attract young families to the area. GGS is a warm and welcoming community that prides itself on its authenticity and diversity.
Our provision ranges from a weekday minyan, Shabbat and Yom Tov services and regular educational programmes to children’s and youth programmes, social action activities, welfare services and mother-and-baby groups.
Golders Green Synagogue is led by Rabbi Dr Harvey Belovski and Rebbetzin Vicki Belovski, working in partnership with Rabbi Sam and Rebbetzin Dr Hadassah Fromson, who joined our community in 2015.
The Belovskis joined GGS in 2003 and are involved in every aspect of our community’s life. Rabbi Belovski holds extensive pastoral, halachic and educational roles and ensures the delivery of high-quality Shul services.
The Fromsons joined GGS in 2015 and partner with the Belovksis in nurturing, developing and inspiring the community. They offer pastoral support, education, and programming across all segments of the community.
It is a caring community both in actions as well as in words and feels welcoming to those of all levels of Yiddishkeit
GGS is a community of people who are incredibly giving, thoughtful and open minded. The Rabbi and community have been there for us as a family and me personally through thick and thin
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