Mill Hill Synagogue, London

Mill Hill Synagogue is the home of the Orthodox Jewish community in NW London. Its current membership is around 1,200 people.

The leader of the community is the well-known and sometimes controversial Rabbi Y Shochet, who joined Mill Hill in 1993 at the age of 28. The Jewish Chronicle described him as: "One of Anglo-Jewry's most dynamic orthodox rabbis, who has turned his synagogue into a vibrant source of religious and social activities."

The current synagogue building was built in the 1960s and is up for rebuilding in the next few years. It houses a large prayer hall and classrooms.

The site's second building, known as the Annie and Samuel Levy Hall, houses a large function hall, kosher kitchens and the Synagogue offices. It is named after the parents of Lord Levy.


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Names:Mill Hill Synagogue
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Coordinates:51.613705° N, 0.246739° W
Address:London, England
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