Manchester Reform Synagogue
|Manchester Reform Synagogue|
|Location||Jackson's Row, Manchester M2 5NH
|Leadership||Rabbi Reuven Silverman|
|Completed||1952 (current building)|
Manchester Reform Synagogue, a member of the Movement for Reform Judaism, is one of the oldest Reform synagogues in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1857, the synagogue is located in central Manchester at Jackson's Row.
It was built in 1952, using money from the War Damage Commission, after the previous synagogue building was destroyed on 1 June 1941 during the Second World War in the Manchester Blitz. The current building includes a large synagogue, banqueting hall and classrooms.
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- Kalmus, Jonathan (7 November 2013). "Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville set to rebuild Manchester shul". The Jewish Chronicle. Retrieved 10 January 2014.
- List of Jewish communities in the United Kingdom
- List of synagogues in the United Kingdom
- Movement for Reform Judaism
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