Religious Faith in London: Jews

The Jewish community is long established in North London with the largest proportion in Barnet and sizeable numbers in the neighbouring boroughs of Harrow and Camden, plus the Stamford Hill area of Hackney.

There are a little over 170,000 Jews in London, that’s around 2% of the population.

Data from the Office for National Statistics shows that proportion of Jews in the population has been stable for the past 10 years. In the same time there has been a growth in the number of people who say they have no belief but, as reported by Urbs, London is still the most religious region of Britain.

Religions Jews

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See also

Religious Faith in London: Christians

Religious Faith in London: Muslims

Religious Faith in London: Hindus

Religious Faith in London: Sikhs

Religious Faith in London: Buddhists

Religious Faith in London: Non-believers