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 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...
Secret Shul-Goer No 13: Mill Hill United
The design of the building is so disadvantageous to women that it skewed all aspects of the experience, writes our Secret Shul-Goer
Secret Shul-Goer No 12: Brighton & Hove Reform
The wooden chairs in BHRS are quite possibly the noisiest and creakiest shul chairs I’ve ever sat in. The slightest movement created an almost deafening creaking noise...
Secret Shul-Goer No 11: Kinloss
The women’s section is built in such a way that, despite the physics of heat rising, the gallery was freezing. Not just cold. Not just a tad chilly. It was freezing.
Secret Shul-Goer: Oxford Jewish Congregation
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