We welcome visitors.

The atmosphere at The LJS
is warm and welcoming.
Come and see for yourself.

Our  Shabbat  services:

18.45 on Friday evenings and
11.00 on Saturday mornings
(coffee available from 10.15)

Forthcoming events

Wed 11

LJS Film Club – Maktub (Fate)

11th December at 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Fri 13

Erev Shabbat service

13th December at 6:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Sat 14

Shabbat morning service

14th December at 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Thought for the week

A rabbi reflects on the events

of the last seven days

Dear Members and Friends,

Recently I had a conversation with someone in the process of conversion, they shared with me how connected they feel to God when they are in synagogue, but struggle to feel as connected when they are away from the community. I think this is something we can all relate to, for most of us we probably feel the deepest connection to our faith and our people when we are in a community. We are blessed to live in a diverse community and to be alive at a time and place where, as Jews, we are….

Read Rabbi Alexandra Wright’s Manifesto ahead of the General Election on December 12th

What’s happening

Catch up with the latest news –

and what’s ahead – at The LJS

The LJS Yom Kippur

Appeal 2019

Statement on the London Bridge Stabbings

There is a tragic and painful irony in the deaths of Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones, both stabbed last Friday by Usman Khan who had been released from jail on licence in 2018, half-way through a 16-year sentence for terrorism offences.  The two victims, one a coordinator, the other a volunteer, both in their twenties, were both involved in a prisoner rehabilitation programme at Cambridge University called ‘Learning Together.’

We utterly condemn the attack that brought two young lives to an end ….

Special Talk by Rabbi Michael Marmur and Avi Dabush

Monday 9 December at the LJS

The Hand of Moses – Promoting Justice in Times of Turmoil’
Presented by Rabbi Michael Marmur and Avi Dabush, Chairman and Executive Director of Rabbis for Human Rights (Israel)

Refreshments at 6.30 pm
BFRHR AGM at 7.00 pm followed by the talk at 7.20 pm

RSVP rabbispa@ljs.org  020 7432 1283  or please just turn up.