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Established in 1986, Lubavitch of Edgware first opened as the “open home” of our directors, Rabbi Leivi and Mrs Feige Sudak, who in addition to providing warm hospitality, a library, discussion groups, and personal counselling, Rabbi Sudak developed a highly original approach in youth work, for which he has been awarded the Chief Rabbi's Award of Excellence, in 1992.

The centre has since grown tremendously, now boasting a Shul, nursery school, Mikvah, Day-Camp which caters for 400 children, and many educational and social activities for young and old alike. Feel free to browse our web site. We will sure you will find something that interests you and whets your appetite for a vibrant Jewish Life.
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