Shabbat and Yom Tov services

8.25am minyan: Beth Hamedrash

Raleigh Close 8.25am minyan (Hashkama) offers a friendly “shtiebl” style atmosphere and a broad range of ages and backgrounds. The Davening takes place in the Beth Hamedrash and is unhurried, though not excessively so. There is a D’var Torah before Leining and a Kiddush and short Shiur afterwards. Please contact the Gabbaim of the minyan – Andy Hillel and Daniel Regal – or the Shul office for further details.

9.00am minyan: Main Shul

The  minyan in the Main Shul offers congregants a United Synagogue service with a sermon which, on most weeks, is delivered by Rabbi Mordechai Ginsbury. On a Shabbat Mevorachim the service is enhanced by the Shul Choir under the direction of Alan Freedman. After davening there is a kiddush. Please contact the Gabbaim – Peter Cowen and Nigel Nelkon – or the Shul office for further details.

9.30am minyan: Sol Cohen Hall

The 9.30am minyan (RCAM) is an alternative option for those wishing to daven at Hendon United Synagogue. The service is modern and led by a variety of ba’alei tefillah and welcomes men, women and children of all ages. The service includes a D’var Torah – often by either Rabbi Ginsbury or Rabbi Binstock – and there is a kiddush after the service. Please contact the Gabbaim of the minyan – Benjy Caplan, Tristan Nagler and Shai Cohen – or the Shul office for further details.

Youth Service

For details of the youth services available on a Shabbat, Yom Tov and Sunday morning, please click here.


We invite members to sponsor or co-sponsor Kiddush on a Shabbat morning to mark any occasion. Kiddushim can be ‘hot’ or ‘cold’ and it is also possible to arrange outside catering if required. Please contact the Shul office in the first instance for details.