The Secret Shul-goer is on a mission to review our synagogues. Read her reviews and let her know if you want her to visit your shul…
Secret Shul-Goer No 22: Edgware and Hendon Reform
From the minute they arrived at EHRS, the Secret Shul-Goer and her daughter were both made to feel very welcome - the visit was a hit
Secret Shul-Goer No 21: Barnet United
Not for the first time, I was reminded that rabbis and synagogue volunteers are actually quite vital, writes our Secret Shul-Goer.
Secret Shul-Goer No 20: Alyth
I did wonder, as I planned my visit, whether it might be more appropriate to book a seat through Viagogo rather than call the synagogue office...
Secret Shul-Goer No 19: Woodside Park
It was only after I’d been there for a good few minutes that I realised that the service was already well underway...
Secret Shul-Goer No 18: Shomrei Hadath
Is this synagogue really - as claimed - the intellectual heart of Jewish London?
Secret Shul-Goer No 17: Ilford Synagogue
Our secret Shul-Goer spends Shabbat at the sadly empty but very friendly largest shul in Essex
Secret Shul-Goer No 16: Cockfosters and N Southgate
Our secret Shul-Goer is overwhelmed - but impressed - by the use of A4 posters in this week's visit - both in and out of the gallery
Secret Shul-Goer No 15: Finchley Reform
The service may have been relegated to the small hall this week, but as our Secret Shul-Goer discovered, this was no small gesture
The 2017 Secret Shul-Goer's awards
Want to know where to get the best Kiddush, or whose sermon is best? Our undercover writer reveals her winners....
Secret Shul-Goer No 14: New London
Members of the congregation are more critical than our undercover writer in the Shul-Goer's latest report...
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