Golders Green United Synagogue (Dunstan Road)

Golders Green United Synagogue is an Orthodox Jewish congregation and synagogue, located at 41 Dunstan Road, Golders Green, in the Borough of Barnet in London, England, in the United Kingdom.

Golders Green United Synagogue
The synagogue, in 2016
AffiliationOrthodox Judaism
RiteNusach Ashkenaz
Ecclesiastical or organisational statusSynagogue
  • Rabbi Sam Fromson
  • Rebbetzin Dr Hadassah Fromson
Location41 Dunstan Road, Golders Green, Borough of Barnet, London, England, NW11 8AE
CountryUnited Kingdom
Golders Green United Synagogue (Dunstan Road) is located in Greater London
Golders Green United Synagogue (Dunstan Road)
Location of the synagogue in Greater London
Geographic coordinates51°34′06″N 0°12′01″W / 51.56832°N 0.20024°W / 51.56832; -0.20024
Date established1915 (as a congregation)
Completed1922; 102 years ago (1922)
Listed Building – Grade II
Official nameGolders Green Synagogue
TypeListed building
Designated20 May 2007
Reference no.1393834



It dates to 1915 when services were first held, during the First World War, in the hall of Golders Green Parish Church.[2] The current synagogue building in Dunstan Road, which was designated a Grade II listed building on 20 May 2007,[3] opened in 1922 and currently serves more than 500 member households.[4]

Golders Green Synagogue is closely associated with Rimon Jewish Primary School, which opened its doors in 2012 on the synagogue premises.[5][6]


  1. ^ "Community Rabbi and Rebbetzin". Golders Green.
  2. ^ "Our Community". Golders Green.
  3. ^ Historic England. "Golders Green Synagogue (1393834)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 10 February 2024.
  4. ^ "The Secret Shul-Goer No 7: Golders Green Synagogue (Dunstan Road)". The JC.
  5. ^ "Rimon". Golders Green.
  6. ^ "Rimon". Rimon Jewish Primary.