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New North London Synagogue

Finchley, London N3

 

 

   

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Congregation Data

Name:

New North London Synagogue

Addresses:

The Manor House, 80 East End Road, Finchley, N3 2SY(i)

Current Status:

Active

Ritual:

Masorti / Conservative

Date Founded:

1974(ii), the second Masorti synagogue to be founded in the U.K. (following the New London Synagogue)

Affiliation:

The congregation was founded as an "independent traditional community following the philosphy of Rabbi Dr. L. Jacobs"(iii) and became a founding member of the Assembly of Masorti Synagogues (now known as Masorti Judaism) when that organisation was established in 1985.

Website:

http://www.nnls-masorti.org.uk

Ministers, Rabbis & Rabbinical Team:

Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg - Minister & Senior Rabbi from 1987 until present (May 2018)(v)

Rabbi Roni Tabick (& Rebbetzen Shoshana Tabick) - Assistant Rabbi from August 2015 until present (May 2018).(vi)

Rabbi Amanda Golby - Rabbi (Pastoral Support) in about 2018.(vii)

Rabbi Chaim Weiner - Rabbi (Scholar in Residence) in about 2018.(viii)

Membership Data:

2015 - 1,200 households(x)

Legal & Charitable Status:

The congregation is a registered (non-profit) company, The New North London Synagogue (company no. 04493731), a private company limited by guarantee without a share capital (and with an exemption from use of the word 'Limited'), incorporated on 24 July 2002.(xi)

The congregation is also a registered charity (no. 1094668) registered on 18 November 2002.(xii)

The governing documents are the company's Memorandum & Articles Association dated 24 July 2002, as amended.

Local Government District:

Finchley, a residential suburb in Northwest London, is in the London Borough of Barnet, within the administrative area of Greater London, both of which entities were established on 1 April 1965.

Bibliography -  Barnet

Registration District (BMD):

Barnet(xiii) - Register Office website.

Cemetery
Information:

Burials of most members of take place at the Western Synagogue Cemetery, Cheshunt. See Cemeteries of Masorti Judaism

Notes & Sources ( returns to text above)

  • (i) Address shown from first listing in Jewish Year Books.

  • (ii) Although the congregation was not listed in Jewish Year Books until 1984, such listing included a note that the congregation was established in 1974.

  • (iii) Quote from Jewish Year Book 1986.

  • (iv) Reserved.

  • (v) "Who's Who" entries in Jewish Year Books (latest 2015) and Glasgow-born Rabbi Wittenberg's biography on the congregation's website, last accessed 3 May 2018.

  • (vi) The Jewish Chronicle 8 May 2015, p. 18, refers to Rabbi Tabick's appointment from the coming August and he was still in office in May 2018, according to the congregation's website, accessed 3 May 2018. Rabbi Tabick also serves as rabbi of the New Stoke Newington Shul (2016 to at least 2018)

  • (vii) Congregation's website, accessed 3 May 2018, without indication as to when she commenced service. Rabbi Golby previously served as assistant rabbi at Hendon Reform Synagogue (about 2004-06).

  • (viii) "Who's Who" entries in Jewish Year Books (latest 2015) and congregation's website, accessed 3 May 2018, without indication as to when he commenced service. Canadian-born Rabbi Weiner previously served as minister of Edgware Masorti Synagogue (1991-98) and the New London Synagogue (2000-05).

  • (ix) Reserved.

  • (x) Jewish Chronicle 6 November 2015, p.9.

  • (xi) Companies House website (in beta trial stage) and Open Corporates website, accessed 23 April 2018.

  • (xii) Charities Commissioners website (in beta trial stage) and Open Charities website, both accessed 23 April 2018.

  • (xiii) The former Registration District was Henden, from the formation of the congregation until 1 April 1999. All registers would now be held by current register office.


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Page created: 13 November 2006
Data significantly expanded and notes added: 3 May 2018
Latest revision or update: 28 August 2018


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