Welcome to Kenton United Synagogue - the Shul in the Park.
Experience the beauty of our shul, in its splendid surroundings.
We are conveniently situated and well-served, for quick journeys into central London, by three underground lines – the Metropolitan, the Jubilee and the Bakerloo, as well as by an overground railway. We are also only twenty minutes away from Golders Green by car, and the same time in other directions, to a variety of English countryside landscapes.
Less than a mile away, is the largest Jewish primary school in Europe - Sinai, and, next door to it, is the largest Jewish secondary school – JFS, both of which give a first class education and can be reached in a few minutes by car or foot, from Kenton itself. So, if you need to get to these schools, why have the frustration of sitting in endless traffic or worrying about long bus journeys.
We are a friendly community, with a full range of religious, social, educational and welfare activities.
Within our website you will find the 'heart' of Kenton and feel the vibrancy of the community. There is something for everyone to be involved with, either as a participant or as a volunteer.
Look out for our additional website pages. We will insert a photo gallery of our events and members' celebrations, as well as 'hatch, match and dispatch' announcements. We also intend to have an interactive facility and a local trading portal using modern technology.
This website will always be current and dynamic as it will be updated very regularly, and you can play a part in that. If something you are involved with is not mentioned, then make sure it is! Enjoy.
Irene Leeman: Chairman
Please note that some of the links links in the menu bar are not yet active - and will only become so as the new pages are created - please visit regularly to view the updates.
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As a community we are committed to provide every Jew with a range of Jewish experiences, personal support and opportunities for spiritual development, all within the framework of Torah and halacha.