Service times:
Erev Shabbat Services 6:45pm;
Shabbat Services 11:00am (coffee from 10:15am).
For more information on:
Membership email:
Religion School (Rimon) email:
Arranging a funeral email:

Clubs and Societies

  • We are delighted to announce that our Tiny Tots' activities
    will now run every Shabbat morning during term times!

    Our activities start at 11:00amThere will be lots of music, stories, creative arts and Kiddush. This is a chance to ...

  • Singing for the Mind meets once a week. We have light refreshments and a chat followed by some exercises to warm up our voices. We continue with well known songs and the occasional simple musical instrument. The session ends with tea and biscuits an...
  • Join Members and Friends of the LJS for our series of post-Shabbat service discussions, over lunch, with guest speakers....
  • Our Israel Abrahams Library contains over 4000 books listed on an easy to use electronic database.

    Topics on offer include:

    Biblical studies
    Comparative Religion
    Contemporary Issues
    History An...

  • The LJS has been involved with interfaith work and other religions for most of its 100 year history. It was a founder, with Westminster Abbey, of the first Jewish-Christian dialogue group, The London Society of Jews and Christians. We continue to en...
  • This very popular event is held on the 4th Wednesday of each month.

    Hot soup is available from 1:15pm (always welcome when the weather turns cooler) with the film starting about 1:45pm followed by a scrumptious tea prepared by enthusiastic volu...

  • Held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, this is a warm and welcoming forum for members to meet, chat and enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal in The Montefiore Hall. Diners are often joined by one or more of the Rabbis and a number of synagogue staff. ...
  • The Out & About Club is a non-denominational club for disabled people which meets at the LJS every 1st and 3rd Tuesday in the month from 7.00 - 9.00pm. Transport for the majority of members is provided by request.

    Dame Esther Rantzen has accepte...

  • This small group of enthusiastic players meets on Monday afternoons between 2:00pm - 4:30pm.
  • The Members' Choir is always actively seeking new members. If you enjoy singing, why not consider joining them? They sing on the first Shabbat of each month and rehearse on every alternate Monday evenings.

    Contact the LJS Office or send a note t...

  • The London Society of Jews and Christians, the oldest interfaith organisation of its kind in the UK, was jointly founded in 1927 by religious leaders of the LJS and Westminster Abbey to pursue the following aims:
    * To increase religious understandin...
  • We are twinned with the progressive Jewish Community in Vinnitsa, Ukraine.


  • The LJS Israel Group organises events to promote understanding of political, religious, social, cultural and other issues connected with the State of Israel and the Middle East. It aims to offer LJS members and other interested people a wide range o...
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