Brondesbury Park is a young and dynamic modern orthodox Jewish community located in Central London. It is a member of the United Synagogue, the largest synagogal body in the United Kingdom.
In the last eight years, the community has experienced a revival and is currently amongst the fastest growing Jewish communities in the United Kingdom.
Brondesbury Park is where warmth, a non judgemental attitude, informality and a child friendly orientation combine to create a conducive environment for young and old, observant and not so observant to feel at home and at ease.
The community is led under the spiritual direction of Rabbi Baruch and Rebbetzin Kezi Levin, who along with their five boys promote a vibrant, inclusive and spirited blend of Jewish observance where each individual is valued and their unique contribution recognised.
The community boasts its own Cheder, Nursery and impressive range of Children’s services as well as a host of other educational, social and welfare activities to compliment it’s Shabbat, Festival and Sunday morning services.
The Synagogue is situated in Brondesbury Park whose surrounding areas include Willesden Green, Queen’s Park, Cricklewood, West Hampstead, St John’s Wood and Kensal Rise. Brondesbury Park is a 15 minute car journey from Golders Green and Hendon where the majority of Kosher facilities are located and is a similar distance from London’s West End.