Mill Hill Synagogue: A History (Introduction)

Mill Hill United Synagogue was founded in 1949, by a small group of Jewish residents who lived in the Mill Hill district. Use the links below to follow the story of the development and growth of the community - from the establishment of the first shul through to the latest redevelopment which involved the building of the Ner Orre Community Centre.

Chronology
1. WATFORD WAY
2. SYLVAN AVENUE: ESTABLISHMENT
3. SYLVAN AVENUE: GROWTH
4. BROCKENHURST GARDENS
5. STATION ROAD
6. NER ORRE

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Ner Orre Community Centre
The Ner Orre Community Centre and Annie & Samuel Levy Hall - now one of North West London's premier function venues.

Gallery
Find out about some of the past events that have been taking place in our community, and check out the many photos we have collected.

Contact
Different ways of contacting us, as well as details about the shul office.

Location
The shul postcode is NW7 2JU, located off Mill Hill Broadway.

History
A history of Mill Hill Synagogue.

Mill Hill Synagogue: A History (Part 6)
Part 6 of the history of the shul

Mill Hill Synagogue: A History (Part 5)
Part 5 of the history of the shul

Mill Hill Synagogue: A History (Part 4)
Part 4 of the history of the shul

Mill Hill Synagogue: A History (Part 3)
Part 3 of the history of the shul

Mill Hill Synagogue: A History (Part 2)
Part 2 of the history of the shul

Mill Hill Synagogue: A History (Part 1)
Part 1 of the history of the shul

Mill Hill Synagogue: A History (Chronology)
A timeline of the shul history