Rabbi Belovski is involved in every aspect of our community’s life. He holds extensive pastoral, halachic and educational roles, ensures the delivery of high-quality, exciting Shul services and drives the community’s strategy in collaboration with our rabbinic and executive teams. He is also principal of Rimon Jewish Primary School, the wonderful school that shares our site.
His areas of interest include 19th-century Torah commentaries, mediaeval hermeneutics, chasidic melodies, running and walking.
Rabbi Belovski read Maths at University College, Oxford, gained semicha from Gateshead Yeshiva, pursued advanced Torah studies at the Gateshead Beis Hatalmud Kollel and holds postgraduate degrees in organisational psychology and hermeneutics from the University of London.
In addition to his roles with us at Golders Green Synagogue and Rimon, Rabbi Belovski is chief strategist and rabbinic head of University Jewish Chaplaincy, consultant lead for rabbinic recruitment at the United Synagogue and rabbi of Kisharon.
Rabbi Belovski is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 2’s Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, with over 130 live broadcasts, and has also made a series of programmes for BBC Radio 4. He is the author of four books; the most recent of which is ‘A Point in Time: Reflections through the Year’ (2021).
He is a faculty member of the Senior Faith in Leadership Programme at St George’s House, Windsor Castle, a trustee of the HOPE not hate Charitable Trust and an independent member of the Community and Voluntary Service Honours Committee at the Cabinet Office.
Vicki Belovski combines her role as rebbetzin with working as a freelance journalist, primarily for Hamodia UK, the British edition of an international newspaper for the orthodox community, where she is the News Editor.
Vicki has BAs in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University, and Humanities from the OU, as well an MA in History of Ideas from Birkbeck, University of London. She enjoys spending time with her children and granddaughter, reading, cooking, walking and visiting museums.
The Belovskis met when they were students at Oxford in the 1980s. They are blessed with seven children and a granddaughter.
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.