The Bet Nachman Synagogue, Walpole Street, Kew, was built in1962 by the post-war architectural partnership of Bridge, Hayden & Associates, which was established in 1956 by Arnold Ernest Bridge (1904-1980) and Anthony Abraham Hayden (1921-1984). The stained glass windows were designed by Louis Kahan (1905-2002) and installed in the synagogue in 1982.
This is a Modern Orthodox Congregation under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Stephen Boroda. The aim is to provide spiritual, cultural and social activities for the Jewish community as well as to foster and promote Jewish religious education now and into the future for both adults and children.
This post is part of the inSPIREd Sunday meme.
And here is Steven Isserlis playing Ravel's "Kaddish" for cello and strings: