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Welcome to the LJS website which is under construction.
Our previous website crashed and could not be repaired. We are working tirelessly to update our new website.
Please check back regularly as we will make changes daily. If you have any comments or need information please email ljs@ljs.org or complete the contact us form.

Getting to the LJS

 

 

Buses: 13, 46, 113, 139, 187, 189, 274

13, 113 and 274 stop in Park Road
139 and 189 serve Lisson Grove/Grove End Road
46 and 187 stop in Circus Road/Hall Road
All are within 5 - 7 minutes walk of the synagogue

Underground:
15 minute walk: St John’s Wood (Jubilee Line)
20 minute walk: Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan lines)
Warwick Avenue (Bakerloo)
Marylebone (Bakerloo and National Rail services)


Bicycle: Cyclists are encouraged to use the LJS cycle racks, and there is ample cycle parking on St John’s Wood Road. For security reasons, please dismount before entering the forecourt. There is also a TFL London cycling scheme docking station (for collection or return) opposite the synagogue on St John’s Wood Road.

Whether coming via tube or bus, you can plan your journey via the TFL Journey Planner

Car parking: There is limited parking on St John’s Wood Road and the adjoining roads, free of charge on Saturdays and Sundays, unless there is a major cricket match at Lord’s.

There are ample pay-by-phone parking places during the week in operation until 6.30pm. However, St John’s Wood Road is a Red Route and cars can only be parked for free after 7pm.

A single line Red Route will have a nearby sign displaying prohibited times.
Double line Red Routes denote no parking at any time.

Disabled parking: There are disabled parking bays directly opposite the synagogue, under the control of Westminster Council.

You can also find parking and pay to park in Westminster with the ParkRight app

The LJS operates a discretionary fund for the elderly or infirm who are unable to afford private transport but are dependent upon it to enable them to attend religious services and other activities. For more information, please contact the office on 020 7286 5181 or email us HERE.

Mon, 13 July 2020 21 Tammuz 5780