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List of Jewish communities in the United Kingdom

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of Jewish communities in the United Kingdom, including synagogues, yeshivot[nb 1] and Hebrew schools. For a list of buildings which were previously used as synagogues see List of former synagogues in the United Kingdom.

England

East of England

Cambridge and East Anglia

Name Location Web Ref Image
Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue Cambridge website [1]
Auckland Road- Beth Shalom (geograph 5643591).jpg
Cambridge & Suffolk Jewish Community (Hama'ayan) Cambridge website [2][3]
Cambridge Traditional Jewish Congregation (Thompson's Lane Synagogue) Cambridge website [4]
Cambridge University Jewish Society Cambridge website [5]
Chabad of Cambridge Cambridge website [6]
Norwich Liberal Jewish Community Norwich website [7]
Norwich Hebrew Congregation Norwich website [7]

East Midlands

Name Location Web Ref Image
Grimsby Hebrew Congregation Grimsby website [8]
Leicester Hebrew Congregation Leicester website [9]
Leicester Progressive Jewish Congregation Leicester website [10][11]
Lincolnshire Jewish Community Lincoln website [12]
Frontage of Jews' Court, where the community holds services
Chabad Lubavitch of Nottingham Nottingham website [13]
Nottingham Hebrew Congregation Nottingham website [14]
Nottingham Liberal Synagogue Nottingham website [11]

Essex

Name Location Web Ref Image
Buckhurst Hill Masorti Synagogue Buckhurst Hill website [15]
Chabad Lubavitch of Buckhurst Hill Buckhurst Hill website [16]
Satmar – Canvey Island Jewish Community Canvey Island website  [17]
Chelmsford Jewish Community Chelmsford website [18]
Chigwell and Hainault Synagogue Chigwell website [19]
Colchester and District Jewish Community Colchester website [20]
Harlow Jewish Community Harlow website [21]
Loughton Synagogue Loughton website [22][23]
Tikvah Chadasha (Shenfield & Brentwood Synagogue) Shenfield website  [24]
Southend & District Reform Synagogue Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend-on-Sea website [25]
Southend & Westcliff Hebrew Congregation Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend-on-Sea website [26]

Hertfordshire

Name Location Web Ref Image
Borehamwood and Elstree Synagogue Borehamwood website [27][28]
Elstree & Borehamwood Masorti Community Borehamwood website [29]
Ohr Yisrael Synagogue Borehamwood website [30]
Rambam Sephardi
(Spanish & Portuguese Jews' Congregation of Elstree & Borehamwood)
Borehamwood website [31]
Yavneh College Borehamwood website [32]
Immanuel College Bushey website [33]
Caldecote Towers, Immanuel College
The Liberal Synagogue Elstree Elstree website [34]
Hertsmere Jewish Primary School Hertsmere website [35]
Chabad Lubavitch of Radlett Radlett website [36]
Radlett Reform Synagogue Radlett website [28]
Radlett Reform Synagogue-geograph-5067843.jpg
Radlett United Synagogue Radlett website [37]
St Albans Masorti Synagogue St Albans website [38]
St Albans United Synagogue St Albans website [39]
Shenley United Jewish Community Shenley website [40]
Stevenage Liberal Synagogue Stevenage website [41]
Watford and District Synagogue Watford website [42]
Welwyn Garden City Hebrew Congregation Welwyn Garden City website [43]

Greater London and Surrey

Central London

Name Location Web Ref Image
BKY – Beit Klal Yisrael Fitzrovia, London W1 website  [44]
Central Synagogue London London W1 website [45]
London Central Synagogue (geograph 3015248).jpg
Chelsea Synagogue Chelsea, London SE3 website [46]
New West End Synagogue Bayswater, London W2 website [47]
New West End Synagogue exterior.JPG
West Central Liberal Synagogue London W1 website [48]
West London Synagogue London W1 website [49]
The synagogue, shown from the junction of Hampden Gurney Street and Upper Berkeley Street
The synagogue, shown from the junction of Hampden Gurney Street and Upper Berkeley Street
Western Marble Arch Synagogue London W1 website [50]
The Western Marble Arch Synagogue in Great Cumberland Place - geograph.org.uk - 1038697.jpg
Westminster Synagogue Knightsbridge, London SW7 website [51][52]

City of London and the East End

Name Location Web Ref Image
Bevis Marks Synagogue City of London, London EC3 website [53][54]
Bevis Marks Synagogue P6110044.JPG
Congregation of Jacob Synagogue
(Kehillas Ya'akov)
Stepney, London E1 [55][56][57]
Sandys Row Synagogue Bishopsgate, London E1 website [58][59]
Sandys Row Synagogue 2008.jpg

East and North East London

Name Location Web Ref Image
Clapton Federation Synagogue (Sha'are Shomayim) Upper Clapton website [60]
East London & Essex Liberal Synagogue South Woodford website [61]
Hackney & East London Synagogue Hackney Central website [62]
Highams Park & Chingford Synagogue Chingford website [63]
Ilford Federation Synagogue Ilford website [64]
Ilford United Synagogue (Beehive Lane) Ilford website [65][66]
Kehillah North London Stoke Newington website [67]
Leytonstone and Wanstead Synagogue Leytonstone website [68]
New Stoke Newington Shul Stoke Newington website [69]
Redbridge United Synagogue Redbridge website [66]
South West Essex and Settlement Reform Synagogue Newbury Park website [70][71]
Springfield Synagogue Upper Clapton website [72]
Sukkat Shalom Reform Synagogue Wanstead website [71]
Sukkat Shalom Reform Synagogue 03.jpg
Tora Eitz Chaim Stamford Hill [73]

North and North West London

Name Location Web Ref Image
Akiva School Finchley website [74]
Alei Tzion Hendon website [75]
 Alyth (North Western Reform Synagogue) Temple Fortune website [76]
Anshei Shalom St John's Wood website [77]
Barnet Synagogue New Barnet website [78]
Barnet Synagogue, Eversleigh Road 02.JPG
Beis Gavriel Hendon website [79]
Beis Yaakov Primary School Colindale website [80]
Belmont Synagogue Belmont, Stanmore website [81]
Belsize Square Synagogue Belsize Park, Hampstead website [82]
Bnos Beis Yaakov Primary School Colindale website [83]
Brondesbury Park Synagogue Brondesbury Park website [84]
Chabad Lubavitch West Hampstead West Hampstead website [85]
Cockfosters and N Southgate Synagogue Southgate website [86]
Crouch End Chavurah Crouch End website [87]
David Ishag Synagogue (Neveh Shalom) Wembley website [88]
Edgware & Hendon Reform Synagogue Edgware website [89]
Edgware Masorti Synagogue Edgware website [90]
Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School Mill Hill website [91]
Finchley Central Synagogue ("Finchley Fed") Finchley website [92]
Finchley Central Synagogue - geograph.org.uk - 690038.jpg
Finchley Progressive Synagogue Finchley website [93]
Finchley Reform Synagogue North Finchley website [94]
Finchley Reform Synagogue - geograph.org.uk - 231000.jpg
Golders Green Beth Hamedrash (Munk's Synagogue) Golders Green website [95]
Golders Green Synagogue Golders Green website [96]
Grassroots Jews website
Hadley Wood Jewish Community Enfield website [97]
Hampstead Synagogue West Hampstead website [98]
Hampstead Synagogue in 2012.jpg
Hampstead Garden Suburb Synagogue Hampstead Garden Suburb website [99]
Hasmonean High School Hendon website [100]
Hatch End Masorti Synagogue Hatch End, Pinner website [101]
Heichal Menahem Chabad-Lubavitch Shul] Golders Green website [102]
Hendon Beis Hamedrash Hendon website [103]
Hendon United Synagogue (Raleigh Close) Hendon website [104]
Jewish Community Secondary School New Barnet website [105]
JFS (school) Kenton website [106]
Kehillas Toras Chaim Hendon website [107]
Kenton United Synagogue Kenton website [108]
Kingsbury United Synagogue Kingsbury website [109]
Kinloss: Finchley United Synagogue Finchley website [110]
Kinloss Synagogue.jpg
Kol Chai Hatch End Reform Jewish Community Hatch End, Pinner website [111]
Kol Nefesh Masorti Synagogue Edgware website [112]
Leo Baeck College Finchley website [113]
The Liberal Jewish Synagogue St John's Wood website [114]
Liberal Jewish Synagogue, St John's Wood Road, 2018.jpg
Lubavitch of Edgware Edgware website [115]
Machzike Hadath Golders Green website [116]
Machzikei hadat.jpg
Magen Avot Hendon website [117]
Michael Sobell Sinai School Kenton website [118]
Mill Hill East Jewish Community Mill Hill website [119]
Mill Hill United Synagogue Mill Hill website [120]
The Montefiore College Maida Vale website
Morasha Jewish Primary School Finchley website
Moriah Jewish Day School Pinner website
Mosaic Liberal Synagogue Harrow website [101]
Mosaic Reform Synagogue Harrow website [101]
Muswell Hill Synagogue Muswell Hill website [121]
Ner Yisrael Hendon website [122][123]
New London Synagogue St John's Wood website [114][124]
New North London Synagogue Finchley website [125]
New Whetstone Synagogue Enfield website [126]
Nishmas Yisroel Hendon website [127]
Northwood and Pinner Liberal Synagogue Northwood website [128]
Northwood United Synagogue Northwood website [129]
Ohel David Eastern Synagogue Golders Green website [130]
Ohel Devorah Adeni Synagogue Southgate [131]
Palmers Green & Southgate Synagogue Palmers Green website [132]
United Synagogue, Brownlow Road, N11 (geograph 5503303).jpg
Pardes House Grammar School Finchley website [133]
Pardes House Grammar School 04.JPG
Pinner Synagogue Pinner website [134]
Rosh Pinah Primary School Edgware website [135]
Ruislip Synagogue Ruislip website [136]
Saatchi Shul St John's Wood website [114]
St John's Wood Synagogue St John's Wood website [114]
Sha'arei Tsedek: North London Reform Synagogue Whetstone website [137][138]
Shir Hayim West Hampstead website [139]
Southgate Progressive Synagogue Oakwood website [140]
South Hampstead Synagogue South Hampstead website [141]
The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue,
Lauderdale Road (Sha'ar Hashamayim)
Maida Vale website [54]
Stanmore and Canons Park Synagogue Stanmore website [142]
Wembley United Synagogue Wembley website [143]
Wembley Spanish & Portuguese Jews' Congregation Wembley website [54]
Wolfenson Hillel Primary School Southgate website [144]
Woodside Park Synagogue North Finchley website [145]
Yeshurun Synagogue Edgware website
Yeshurun Federation Synagogue, Fernhouse Gardens, Edgware (geograph 4170362).jpg

South and South East London

Name Location Web Ref Image
Bromley Reform Synagogue Bromley website [146]
Catford and Bromley United Synagogue Catford website [147]
Croydon Synagogue Croydon website [148]
South London Liberal Synagogue Streatham website [149]
Sutton & District United Synagogue Sutton website [150]

South West London and Surrey

Name Location Web Ref Image
Chabad South London – Students and Young Professionals Wimbledon website [151]
Chabad Wimbledon Wimbledon website [151][152]
Kingston & Surbiton District Synagogue Kingston upon Thames website [117]
Kingston Liberal Synagogue Long Ditton, Surrey website [153]
North West Surrey Synagogue Weybridge, Surrey website [154]
Richmond Synagogue  Richmond website [155]
Staines and District Synagogue Staines-upon-Thames website [156]
The Wimbledon Synagogue Putney/ Wimbledon website [157]
Wimbledon Synagogue

West London

Name Location Web Ref Image
Ealing (United) Synagogue Ealing website [158]
Ealing Liberal Synagogue Ealing website [159]

North East England

Name Location Web Ref Image
Darlington Hebrew Congregation Darlington website [160]
Durham & NE Liberal Jewish Community Durham website [161]
Gateshead Jewish Academy for Girls Gateshead [162]
Gateshead Talmudical College (Gateshead Yeshiva) Gateshead [163][164]
The Gateshead Kolel Gateshead website [165]
Newcastle Reform Synagogue Gosforth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne website [166]
North East Jewish Community Online Northumberland,Tyne and Wear, Durham and Cleveland website
Sunderland Talmudical College (Sunderland Yeshiva) Gateshead [167]
United Hebrew Congregation of Newcastle upon Tyne Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne website [168]

North West England

Name Location Web Ref Image
Chester Hebrew Congregation Chester website
Lancaster & Lakes Jewish Community Lancaster website [169]
Lancashire & Cumbria Liberal Jewish Community website [170]

Blackpool and Lytham St Annes

Name Location Web Ref Image
Blackpool Reform Jewish Congregation Blackpool website [171]
Blackpool Reform Synagogue
St. Annes Hebrew Congregation Lytham St Annes website [172]

Liverpool

Name Location Web Ref Image
Allerton Hebrew Congregation Allerton website [173][174]
Chabad of Liverpool Universities Liverpool website [175]
Childwall Hebrew Congregation Childwall [174][176][177][178]
King David High School Liverpool website [174]
King David Primary School Liverpool website [174]
Liverpool Masorti Community Liverpool website [179]
Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation
 (Princes Road Synagogue)
Toxteth website [174]
The Synagogue of the Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation - geograph.org.uk - 1703408 crop.JPG
Liverpool Reform Synagogue Wavertree website [174][180]
Liverpool Reform Synagogue 1.jpg

Greater Manchester

Name Location Web Ref Image
Bowdon Shul (South Manchester Synagogue) Bowdon website [181]
Bury Hebrew Congregation Bury website [182]
Chabad Lubavitch South Manchester Bowdon website [183]
Cheetham Hebrew Congregation Salford [184]
Damesek Eliezer Synagogue (Prestwich Beth Hamedrash) Prestwich [185]
Hale Shule (Hale & District Hebrew Congregation) Hale Barns, Altrincham website [186][187]
Heaton Park Hebrew Congregation Higher Crumpsall website [188]
Heaton Park Hebrew Congregation (geograph 4299474).jpg
Higher Prestwich Hebrew Congregation Prestwich [189]
Hillock Hebrew Congregation Whitefield [190]
Holy Law Hebrew South Broughton Congregation Prestwich website [191]
Kehilas Kol Yaakov Prestwich [192][193]
King David High School, Manchester Manchester website [194]
King David School, Manchester
L'chaim Chabad-Lubavitch Salford website [195]
Manchester Liberal Jewish Community Manchester website [196]
Manchester Reform Synagogue (Jackson's Row) Manchester website [197]
Meade Hill Shul (United Synagogue, Manchester) Prestwich website [198]
Menorah Synagogue: Cheshire Reform Congregation Sharston, Wythenshawe, Manchester website [199]
Ohr Yerushalayim Salford website [200]
Sedgley Park Synagogue (Shomrei Hadass) Prestwich [201]
Sha'arei Shalom Whitefield website [202]
Talmud Torah Chinuch N'orim Synagogue Salford [203]
Whitefield Hebrew Congregation Whitefield website [204]
Yeshurun Hebrew Congregation Gatley website [205]

Southport

Name Location Web Ref Image
Southport Hebrew Congregation (Arnside Road) Southport,
Sefton, Merseyside
website [206]
Southport & District Reform Synagogue Southport website [207]

South East England

Name Location Web Ref Image
Bedfordshire Progressive Synagogue (Rodef Shalom) Bedfordshire website [208]
Jewish Community of Berkshire Reading website [209]
Luton United Synagogue Luton website [210][211]
Maidenhead Synagogue Maidenhead website [212]
Milton Keynes & District Reform Synagogue Milton Keynes website [213]
Oxford Chabad Society – Oxford Jewish Student Centre Oxford website [214]
Oxford Jewish Congregation Oxford website [215]
Oxford University Jewish Society Oxford website [216]
Reading Hebrew Congregation Reading website [217]
Reading Liberal Jewish Community Reading website [218]
Portsmouth and Southsea Synagogue Southsea website [219]
Portsmouth and Southsea Synagogue.jpg
South Bucks Jewish Community Amersham website [220]
South Hampshire Reform Jewish Community Portsmouth, Southampton
and Winchester
website [221]
Isle of Wight Jewish Society Isle of Wight website [222]

Kent

Name Location Web Ref Image
Jewish Kent website
Canterbury Jewish Community Canterbury website [223]
Kent Liberal Jewish Community – Ohel Rachel Maidstone website and website [224]
Margate Hebrew Congregation Margate website [225]
Thanet & District Reform Synagogue Ramsgate website [225][226]
Chatham Memorial Synagogue, Rochester  Rochester website [227]
Chatham Memorial Synagogue, High St, Rochester 3.jpg

Sussex

Name Location Web Ref Image
Bognor Regis and District Hebrew Congregation Bognor Regis website [228][229]
Brighton & Hove Hebrew Congregation: West Hove Synagogue Hove website [230][231][232]
Brighton & Hove Hebrew Congregation: Middle Street Synagogue Brighton website [232]
Brighton middle street synagogue.jpg
Brighton & Hove Online Jewish Community Sussex website
Brighton and Hove Progressive Synagogue Hove website [230][233]
Brighton and Hove Progressive Synagogue
Brighton and Hove Reform Synagogue Hove website [230][233][234]

Brighton and Hove Reform Synagogue

Chabad Lubavitch of Brighton Brighton website [230][235]
Chabad Lubavitch Sussex and S E Coast Universities Brighton website [235]
Hove Hebrew Congregation (Holland Road) Hove website [230]
Eastbourne Hebrew Congregation Eastbourne website [236]
Eastbourne Liberal Jewish Community Eastbourne website [237]

South West England

Name Location Web Ref Image
Bournemouth Chavurah Bournemouth website [238]
Bournemouth Hebrew Congregation Bournemouth website [239][240]
Bournemouth Hebrew Congregation's synagogue
Bournemouth Reform Synagogue Bournemouth website [241]
Bournemouth Reform Synagogue
Chabad Lubavitch of Bournemouth Bournemouth website [242]
Wessex Liberal Jewish Group Bournemouth website [243]
Bristol and West Progressive Jewish Congregation Bristol website [210]
Bristol Masorti Bristol website [244]
Chabad Lubavitch of Bristol Bristol website [245]
Park Row Synagogue, Bristol Bristol website [246]
Hebrew Congregation Synagogue - geograph.org.uk - 770929.jpg
Cheltenham Synagogue Cheltenham website [247]
The front of the Cheltenham Synagogue
 Kehillat Kernow (The Jewish Community of Cornwall) Cornwall website [248]
Exeter Synagogue Exeter website [249]
Painting of Exeter Synagogue interior, 1881
Painting of Exeter Synagogue interior, 1881
Gloucestershire Liberal Jewish Community Gloucestershire website [250]
Plymouth Synagogue Plymouth website [251]
Plymouth Synagogue
Swindon Jewish Community Swindon website [252]
Totnes Reform Jewish Group Totnes website [253]

West Midlands

Name Location Web Ref Image
Birmingham Central Synagogue Edgbaston, Birmingham website [254]
The new Birmingham Central Synagogue at 4 Speedwell Road
Birmingham Hebrew Congregation
 (Singers Hill Synagogue)
Birmingham website [255]
Singers Hill Synagogue
Birmingham Progressive Synagogue Birmingham website [256]
Birmingham Progressive Synagogue (geograph 3552372).jpg
Chabad Jewish Student Centre of Birmingham Birmingham website [257]
King David School, Birmingham Birmingham website [258]
Coventry Reform Jewish Community Coventry website [259]
Herefordshire Jewish Community Herefordshire website [260]
Solihull Shul (Solihull & District Hebrew Congregation) Solihull website [261]
Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire
Hebrew Congregation
Newcastle-under-Lyme,
Staffordshire
website [262][263]

Yorkshire

Name Location Web Ref Image
Bradford Tree of Life Synagogue Bradford website [264][265]
Bradford Tree of Life Synagogue
Calderdale Jewish Community Centre Calderdale website
Harrogate Hebrew Congregation Harrogate website [266]
Hull Hebrew Congregation Hull website [267]
Hull Reform Synagogue (Ne've Shalom) Willerby website [268]
Hull Reform Synagogue (Ne've Shalom)
Beth Hamidrash Hagadol Synagogue Moortown, Leeds website [269]
Etz Chaim Synagogue Leeds website [270][271]
Etz Chaim Synagogue, with Moortown Water Tower behind
Leeds Chabad Lubavitch Student Centre Leeds website [272]
Lubavitch 01 Leeds 18 June 2017.jpg
Sinai Synagogue Roundhay, Leeds website [273]
Sinai Synagogue
United Hebrew Congregation, Leeds (Shadwell Lane) Moortown, Leeds website [274]
United Hebrew Congregation Synagogue - Shadwell Lane - geograph.org.uk - 791313.jpg
Sheffield & District Reform Jewish Congregation Sheffield website [275]
United Synagogue Sheffield Sheffield website [276]
York Liberal Jewish Community York website [277]

Scotland

Name Location Web Ref Image
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities Glasgow website [278][279]
Chabad of Edinburgh – Jewish Community of Edinburgh Edinburgh website [280]
Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation Edinburgh website [278][280]
Edinburgh Synagogue
Sukkat Shalom, Edinburgh Liberal Jewish Community Edinburgh website [280][281]
Garnethill Synagogue Glasgow website [279]
Garnethill Synagogue
Giffnock and Newlands Hebrew Congregation Glasgow website [279]
Boys aged 11–12, learning about Judaism at the Giffnock and Newlands Synagogue
Boys aged 11–12, learning about Judaism at the Giffnock and Newlands Synagogue
Glasgow Jewish Representative Council Glasgow website [279]
Glasgow Reform Synagogue Newton Mearns, Glasgow website [279]
Langside Hebrew Congregation Glasgow website [282]
Newton Mearns Hebrew Congregation Newton Mearns, Glasgow website [279]
Aberdeen Synagogue and Jewish Community Centre Aberdeen website [283]
Jewish Network of Argyll and the Highlands website [284]
Tayside and Fife Jewish Community Dundee website [285]

Wales

Name Location Web Ref Image
Cardiff Reform Synagogue Cardiff website [286]
Cardiff United Synagogue Cardiff website [287]
Llandudno and Colwyn Bay Hebrew Congregation Llandudno website [288][289]
Welshpool Jewish Group Welshpool website [290][291]

Northern Ireland

Name Location Web Ref Image
Belfast Hebrew Congregation Belfast website [292]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ A yeshiva (Hebrew: ישיבה) is a centre for the study of Torah and the Talmud in Orthodox Judaism.

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