List of Jewish communities in the United Kingdom

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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[edit]

East of England[edit]

Cambridge and East Anglia[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Cambridge website [1] Auckland Road- Beth Shalom (geograph 5643591).jpg
Cambridge Traditional Jewish Congregation
(Thompson's Lane Synagogue)
Independent (Ashkenazi) Orthodox Cambridge website [2] Cambridge Synagogue - geograph.org.uk - 742865.jpg
Cambridge University Jewish Society Cambridge website [3]
Chabad of Cambridge Chabad Cambridge website [4]
Norwich Liberal Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Norwich website [5]
Norwich Hebrew Congregation Ashkenazi Orthodox Norwich website [5]
Peterborough Liberal Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Peterborough website [6][7]

East Midlands[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Grimsby Hebrew Congregation
(Sir Moses Montefiore Synagogue)
Ashkenazi Orthodox Grimsby website [8] Grimsby Synagogue - geograph.org.uk - 141647.jpg
Leicester Hebrew Congregation Ashkenazi Orthodox Leicester website [9] Leicester Hebrew Congregation synagogue, Highfield Street (geograph 6036692).jpg
Leicester Progressive Jewish Congregation Liberal Judaism Leicester website [10][11]
Lincolnshire Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Lincoln website [12] Frontage of Jews' Court, Lincoln, where the community holds services
Chabad Lubavitch of Nottingham Chabad Nottingham website [13]
Nottingham Hebrew Congregation Ashkenazi Orthodox Nottingham website [14]
Nottingham Liberal Synagogue Liberal Judaism Nottingham website [11]

Essex[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Buckhurst Hill Masorti Synagogue Masorti Buckhurst Hill website [15]
Chabad Lubavitch of Buckhurst Hill Chabad Buckhurst Hill website [16]
Chabad Lubavitch Epping Chabad Epping website [17]
Satmar – Canvey Island Jewish Community Ashkenazi Orthodox Canvey Island website [18]
Chelmsford Jewish Community Unaffiliated Chelmsford website [19]
Chigwell & Hainault Synagogue Ashkenazi Orthodox Chigwell website [20]
Colchester and District Jewish Community Unaffiliated Colchester website [21]
Harlow Jewish Community Reform Judaism Harlow website [22]
Loughton Synagogue Federation of Synagogues Loughton website [23][24]
Tikvah Chadasha (Shenfield & Brentwood Synagogue) Reform Judaism Shenfield website [25]
Southend & District Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend-on-Sea website [26]
Southend & Westcliff Hebrew Congregation Ashkenazi Orthodox Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend-on-Sea website [27]

Hertfordshire[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Borehamwood and Elstree Synagogue Ashkenazi Orthodox Borehamwood website [28][29][30]
Ohr Yisrael Synagogue Ashkenazi Orthodox Borehamwood website [31]
Rambam Sephardi
(Spanish & Portuguese Jews' Congregation of Elstree & Borehamwood)
Sephardi Orthodox Borehamwood website [32]
South Herts & Edgware Masorti (SHEMA) Masorti Judaism Borehamwood and Edgware website [33]
Yavneh College Borehamwood website [34]
Chabad of Bushey Chabad Bushey website [35][36]
Immanuel College Bushey website [37] Caldecote Towers, Immanuel College
The Liberal Synagogue Elstree Liberal Judaism Elstree website [38]
Chabad Lubavitch of Radlett Chabad Radlett website [39]
Radlett Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Radlett website [29][40] Radlett Reform Synagogue-geograph-5067843.jpg
Radlett United Synagogue United Synagogue Radlett website [41]
Hertsmere Jewish Primary School United Synagogue Radlett website [42]
St Albans Masorti Synagogue Masorti Judaism St Albans website [43]
St Albans United Synagogue United Synagogue St Albans website [44]
Shenley United Jewish Community United Synagogue Shenley website [45]
Stevenage Liberal Synagogue Liberal Judaism Stevenage website [46]
Watford and District Synagogue United Synagogue Watford website [47]
Welwyn Garden City Hebrew Congregation United Synagogue Welwyn Garden City website [48]

Greater London and Surrey[edit]

Central London[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
BKY – Beit Klal Yisrael Liberal Judaism Fitzrovia, London W1 website [49]
Central Synagogue London United Synagogue London W1 website [50] Central Synagogue, Great Portland Street 03.JPG
Chelsea Synagogue United Synagogue Chelsea, London SW3 website [51]
New West End Synagogue United Synagogue Bayswater, London W2 website [52][53] New West End Synagogue exterior.JPGNew West End Synagogue interior.JPG
West Central Liberal Synagogue Liberal Judaism London W1 website [54]
West London Synagogue Reform Judaism London W1 website [55]
The synagogue, shown from the junction of Hampden Gurney Street and Upper Berkeley Street
Western Marble Arch Synagogue United Synagogue London W1 website [56] The Western Marble Arch Synagogue in Great Cumberland Place - geograph.org.uk - 1038697.jpgWMA Synagogue.jpg
Westminster Synagogue (Independent) Reform Judaism Knightsbridge, London SW7 website [57][58] Kent House 2.jpg

City of London and the East End[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Bevis Marks Synagogue S&P Sephardi Community City of London, London EC3 website [59][60] Bevis Marks Synagogue P6110044.JPGBevis Marks Synagogue - geograph.org.uk - 1229874.jpg
Congregation of Jacob Synagogue
(Kehillas Ya'akov)
Independent, but with affiliations to
the Federation of Synagogues
Stepney, London E1 website [61][62][63] 351-353 Commercial Road E1 - geograph.org.uk - 1167570.jpg
Sandys Row Synagogue Unaffiliated Ashkenazi Orthodox Bishopsgate, London E1 website [64][65] Sandys Row Synagogue 2008.jpg Sandy's Row Synagogue, London-geograph-3133195-by-Mike-Faherty.jpg

East and North East London[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Clapton Federation Synagogue (Sha'are Shomayim) Federation of Synagogues Upper Clapton website [66]
Cranbrook United Synagogue United Synagogue Cranbrook, Ilford website [67]
East London & Essex Liberal Synagogue Liberal Judaism South Woodford website [67][68]
Hackney & East London Synagogue United Synagogue Hackney Central website [69]
Highams Park & Chingford Synagogue United Synagogue Chingford website [70]
Ilford Federation Synagogue Federation of Synagogues Ilford website [71]
Kehillah North London Liberal Judaism Stoke Newington website [72]
Leytonstone and Wanstead Synagogue Federation of Synagogues Leytonstone website [73]
New Essex Masorti Synagogue Masorti Judaism Ilford website
New Stoke Newington Shul Masorti Judaism Stoke Newington website [74][75]
South West Essex and Settlement Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Newbury Park website [76][77]
Springfield Synagogue Federation of Synagogues Upper Clapton website [78]
Sukkat Shalom Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Wanstead website [77] Sukkat Shalom Reform Synagogue 02.jpgSukkat Shalom Reform Synagogue 03.jpgSukkat Shalom Reform Synagogue 01.jpg
Tora Eitz Chaim Beth Hamedrash Ashkenazi Orthodox Stamford Hill [79]
Woodford Forest United Synagogue United Synagogue South Woodford website [67]

North and North West London[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Akiva School Finchley website [80]
Alei Tzion Hendon website [81]
Alyth (North Western Reform Synagogue) Temple Fortune website [82]
Anshei Shalom St John's Wood website [83]
Barnet Synagogue New Barnet website [84] Barnet Synagogue, Eversleigh Road 02.JPG
Beis Gavriel Hendon website [85]
Beis Yaakov Primary School Colindale website [86]
Belmont Synagogue Belmont, Stanmore website [87]
Belsize Square Synagogue Belsize Park, Hampstead website [88][89]
Bnos Beis Yaakov Primary School Colindale website [90]
Brondesbury Park Synagogue Brondesbury Park website [91]
Chabad Lubavitch West Hampstead West Hampstead website [92]
Cockfosters and N Southgate Synagogue Southgate website [93]
Crouch End Chavurah Crouch End website [94]
David Ishag Synagogue (Neveh Shalom) Wembley website [95]
Edgware & Hendon Reform Synagogue Edgware website [96]
Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School Mill Hill website [97]
Finchley Central Synagogue ("Finchley Fed") Finchley website [98] Finchley Central Synagogue - geograph.org.uk - 690038.jpg
Finchley Progressive Synagogue Finchley website [99]
Finchley Reform Synagogue North Finchley website [100] Finchley Reform Synagogue - geograph.org.uk - 231000.jpg
Golders Green Beth Hamedrash (Munk's Synagogue) Golders Green website [101]
Golders Green Synagogue Golders Green website [102] Golders Green Synagogoue 2016.jpg
Grassroots Jews website
Hadley Wood Jewish Community Enfield website [103]
Hampstead Synagogue West Hampstead website [104] Hampstead Synagogue in 2012.jpg
Hampstead Garden Suburb Synagogue Hampstead Garden Suburb website [105]
Hasmonean High School Hendon website [106]
Hatch End Masorti Synagogue Hatch End, Pinner website [107]
Heichal Menahem Chabad-Lubavitch Shul Golders Green website [108]
Hendon Beis Hamedrash Hendon website [109]
Hendon United Synagogue (Raleigh Close) Hendon website [110]
Jewish Community Secondary School (JCoSS) New Barnet website [111]
JFS (school) Kenton website [112]
Judith Lady Montefiore College Maida Vale website
Kehillas Toras Chaim Hendon website [113]
Kenton United Synagogue Kenton website [114]
Kingsbury United Synagogue Kingsbury website [115]
Kinloss: Finchley United Synagogue Finchley website [116] Kinloss Synagogue.jpg
Kol Chai Hatch End Reform Jewish Community Hatch End, Pinner website [117]
Kol Nefesh Masorti Synagogue Edgware website [118]
Leo Baeck College Finchley website [119]
The Liberal Jewish Synagogue St John's Wood website [120] Liberal Jewish Synagogue, St John's Wood Road, 2018.jpg
Lubavitch of Edgware Edgware website [121]
Machzike Hadath Golders Green website [122] Machzikei hadat.jpg
Magen Avot Hendon website [123]
Michael Sobell Sinai School Kenton website [124]
Mill Hill East Jewish Community Mill Hill website [125]
Mill Hill United Synagogue Mill Hill website [126]
Morasha Jewish Primary School Finchley website
Moriah Jewish Day School Pinner website
Mosaic Liberal Synagogue Harrow website [107]
Mosaic Reform Synagogue Harrow website [107]
Muswell Hill Synagogue Muswell Hill website [127]
Ner Yisrael Hendon website [128][129]
New London Synagogue St John's Wood website [120][130]
New North London Synagogue Finchley website [131] New North London Synagogue, Finchley, London.jpg
New Whetstone Synagogue Enfield website [132]
Nishmas Yisroel Hendon website [133]
North Hendon Adath Yisrael Synagogue North Hendon website [134]
Northwood and Pinner Liberal Synagogue Northwood website [135]
Northwood United Synagogue Northwood website [136]
Ohel David Eastern Synagogue Golders Green website [137]
Ohel Devorah Adeni Synagogue Southgate [138]
Palmers Green & Southgate Synagogue Palmers Green website [139] United Synagogue, Brownlow Road, N11 (geograph 5503303).jpg
Pardes House Grammar School Finchley website [140] Pardes House Grammar School 04.JPG
Pinner Synagogue Pinner website [141]
Rosh Pinah Primary School Edgware website [142]
Ruislip Synagogue Ruislip website [143]
Saatchi Shul St John's Wood website [120]
Shomrei Hadath Synagogue West Hampstead website [144]
St John's Wood Synagogue St John's Wood website [120]
Sha'arei Tsedek: North London Reform Synagogue Whetstone website [145][146]
Southgate Progressive Synagogue Oakwood website [147]
South Hampstead Synagogue South Hampstead website [148]
The Spanish & Portuguese Synagogue,
Lauderdale Road (Sha'ar Hashamayim)
Maida Vale website [60] Lauderdale Road Sephardic Synagogue (1).JPG
Stanmore and Canons Park Synagogue Stanmore website [149] Synagogue in Snow2.jpg
Wembley United Synagogue Wembley website [150]
Wembley Synagogue (S&P Sephardic Community) Wembley website [60]
Wolfenson Hillel Primary School Southgate website [151]
Woodside Park Synagogue North Finchley website [152]
Yeshurun Synagogue Edgware website Yeshurun Federation Synagogue, Fernhouse Gardens, Edgware (geograph 4170362).jpg

South and South East London[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Bromley Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Bromley website [153]
Catford and Bromley United Synagogue United Synagogue Catford website [154]
Croydon Synagogue Federation of Synagogues Croydon website [155]
South London Liberal Synagogue Liberal Judaism Streatham website [156]
Sutton & District United Synagogue United Synagogue Sutton website [157]

South West London and Surrey[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Chabad South London – Students and Young Professionals Chabad Wimbledon website [158]
Chabad Wimbledon Chabad Wimbledon website [158][159]
Kingston, Surbiton & District Synagogue United Synagogue Kingston upon Thames website [123]
Kingston Liberal Synagogue Liberal Judaism Long Ditton, Surrey website [160]
North West Surrey Synagogue Reform Judaism Weybridge, Surrey website [161] North West Surrey Synagogue (geograph 6452608).jpg
Richmond Synagogue United Synagogue Richmond website [162]
Staines and District Synagogue United Synagogue Staines-upon-Thames website [163]
The Wimbledon Synagogue Reform Judaism Putney/ Wimbledon website [164] Wimbledon Synagogue

West London[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Holland Park Synagogue S&P Sephardi Community Kensington website Synagogue, Penzance Street, London W11 - geograph.org.uk - 1543000.jpg
Ealing (United) Synagogue United Synagogue Ealing website [165]
Ealing Liberal Synagogue Liberal Judaism Ealing website [166]

North East England[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Darlington Hebrew Congregation Reform Judaism Darlington website [167]
Durham & NE Liberal Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Durham website [168]
Gateshead Jewish Academy for Girls Gateshead [169]
Gateshead Talmudical College (Gateshead Yeshiva) Gateshead [170][171]
The Gateshead Kolel Gateshead website [172]
Newcastle Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Gosforth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne website [173]
North East Jewish Community Online Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Durham and Cleveland website
Sunderland Talmudical College (Sunderland Yeshiva) Gateshead [174]
United Hebrew Congregation of Newcastle upon Tyne Ashkenazi Orthodox Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne website [175]

North West England[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Chester Hebrew Congregation Ashkenazi Chester website [176]
Lancashire & Cumbria Liberal Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Lancashire and Cumbria website [177]
Lancaster & Lakes Jewish Community Non-denominational Lancaster website [178]

Blackpool and Lytham St Annes[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Blackpool Reform Jewish Congregation Reform Judaism Blackpool website [179] Blackpool Reform Synagogue
St. Annes Hebrew Congregation Unaffiliated Ashkenazi Orthodox Lytham St Annes website [180]

Liverpool[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Allerton Hebrew Congregation Allerton website [181][182]
Chabad of Liverpool Universities Chabad Liverpool website [183]
Childwall Hebrew Congregation Childwall [182][184][185][186]
King David High School Wavertree website [182]
King David Primary School Liverpool website [182]
Liverpool Masorti Community Masorti Judaism Liverpool website [187]
Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation
(Princes Road Synagogue)
Toxteth website [182] The Synagogue of the Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation - geograph.org.uk - 1703408 crop.JPG
Liverpool Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Wavertree website [182][188] Liverpool Reform Synagogue 1.jpg

Greater Manchester[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Bowdon Shul (South Manchester Synagogue) Bowdon website [189]
Bury Hebrew Congregation Bury website [190]
Chabad Lubavitch South Manchester Chabad Bowdon website [191]
Chabad of Cheadle Chabad Cheadle website [192]
Cheetham Hebrew Congregation Salford [193]
Damesek Eliezer Synagogue (Prestwich Beth Hamedrash) Prestwich [194]
Hale Shule (Hale & District Hebrew Congregation) Hale Barns, Altrincham website [195][196]
Heaton Park Hebrew Congregation Higher Crumpsall website [197] Heaton Park Hebrew Congregation (geograph 4299474).jpg
Higher Prestwich Hebrew Congregation Prestwich [198]
Hillock Hebrew Congregation Whitefield [199]
Holy Law Hebrew South Broughton Congregation Prestwich website [200]
Kehilas Kol Yaakov Prestwich [201][202]
King David High School, Manchester Manchester website [203] King David School, Manchester
L'chaim Chabad-Lubavitch Chabad Salford website [204]
Machzikei Hadass Synagogue Higher Broughton, Salford [205][206]
Manchester Liberal Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Manchester website [207]
Manchester Reform Synagogue (Jackson's Row) Reform Judaism Manchester website [208]
Meade Hill Shul (United Synagogue, Manchester) United Synagogue Prestwich website [209]
Menorah Synagogue: Cheshire Reform Congregation Reform Judasim Sharston, Wythenshawe, Manchester website [210]
Ohr Yerushalayim Salford website [211]
Sedgley Park Synagogue (Shomrei Hadass) Prestwich [212]
Sha'arei Shalom Reform Judaism Whitefield website [213] Sha'arel Shalom North Manchester Reform Congregation - geograph.org.uk - 429277.jpg
Talmud Torah Chinuch N'orim Synagogue Salford [214]
Whitefield Hebrew Congregation Whitefield website [215]
Yeshurun Hebrew Congregation Gatley website [216]

Southport[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Southport Hebrew Congregation (Arnside Road) United Synagogue Southport,
Sefton, Merseyside
website [217]
Southport & District Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Southport website [218]

South East England[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
South Bucks Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Amersham website [219]
Bedfordshire Progressive Synagogue (Rodef Shalom) Liberal Judaism Bedfordshire website [220]
Isle of Wight Jewish Society Reform Judaism Isle of Wight website [221]
Luton United Synagogue United Synagogue Luton website [222][223]
Maidenhead Synagogue Reform Judaism Maidenhead website [224]
Milton Keynes & District Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Milton Keynes website [225]
Oxford Chabad Society – Oxford Jewish Student Centre Chabad Oxford website [226]
Oxford Jewish Congregation Oxford website [227]
Oxford Masorti Group Masorti Judaism Oxford website
Oxford University Jewish Society Oxford website [228]
South Hampshire Reform Jewish Community Reform Judaism Portsmouth, Southampton
and Winchester
website [229]
Reading Hebrew Congregation Reading website [230][231]
Reading Liberal Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Reading website [232]
Jewish Community of Berkshire Independent Ashkenazi Orthodox Reading website [233][234]
Portsmouth and Southsea Synagogue Ashkenazi Orthodox Southsea website [235] Portsmouth and Southsea Synagogue.jpg

Kent[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Jewish Kent Kent website [236]
Canterbury Jewish Community Canterbury website [237]
Kent Liberal Jewish Community – Ohel Rachel Liberal Judaism Maidstone website [238]
Thanet & District Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Ramsgate website [239][240]
Chatham Memorial Synagogue, Rochester Rochester website [241] Chatham Memorial Synagogue, High St, Rochester 3.jpg

Sussex[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Bognor Regis and District Hebrew Congregation Bognor Regis website [242][243]
Brighton & Hove Hebrew Congregation: West Hove Synagogue Hove website [244][245][246]
Brighton & Hove Hebrew Congregation: Middle Street Synagogue Brighton website [246] Brighton middle street synagogue.jpgMiddle Street Synagogue, Brighton (May 2013) - General Interior View (7).jpg
Brighton & Hove Online Jewish Community Sussex website
Brighton and Hove Progressive Synagogue Liberal Judaism Hove website [244][247] Brighton and Hove Progressive Synagogue
Brighton and Hove Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Hove website [244][247][248]

Brighton and Hove Reform Synagogue

Chabad Lubavitch of Brighton Chabad Brighton website [244][249]
Chabad Lubavitch Sussex and S E Coast Universities Chabad Brighton website [249]
Hove Hebrew Congregation (Holland Road) Hove website [244] Hove Hebrew Congregation Synagogue, Holland Road 02.JPG
Eastbourne Hebrew Congregation Eastbourne website [250] Eastbourne Hebrew Congregation Synagogue, 22 Susans Road, Eastbourne (March 2010).JPG
Eastbourne Liberal Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Eastbourne website [251]

South West England[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Bournemouth Chavurah Masorti Judaism Bournemouth website [252]
Bournemouth Hebrew Congregation Ashkenazi Orthodox Bournemouth website [253][254] Bournemouth Hebrew Congregation's synagogue
Bournemouth Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Bournemouth website [255] Bournemouth Reform Synagogue
Chabad Lubavitch of Bournemouth Chabad Bournemouth website [256]
Wessex Liberal Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Bournemouth website [257]
Bristol and West Progressive Jewish Congregation Liberal Judaism Bristol website [222]
Chabad Lubavitch of Bristol Chabad Bristol website [258]
Park Row Synagogue (Bristol Hebrew Congregation) Ashkenazi Orthodox Bristol website [259] Hebrew Congregation Synagogue - geograph.org.uk - 770929.jpg
Cheltenham Synagogue Ashkenazi Orthodox Cheltenham website [260] The front of the Cheltenham Synagogue
Kehillat Kernow (The Jewish Community of Cornwall) Reform Judaism Cornwall website [261]
Exeter Synagogue Unaffiliated: ritual varies Exeter website [262]
Painting of Exeter Synagogue interior, 1881
Plymouth Synagogue Ashkenazi Orthodox Plymouth website [263] Plymouth Synagogue
Swindon Jewish Community Reform Judaism Swindon website [264]
Three Counties Jewish Community[nb 2] Liberal Judaism Gloucestershire website [265]
Totnes Reform Jewish Group Reform Judaism Totnes website [266]

West Midlands[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Birmingham Central Synagogue United Synagogue Edgbaston, Birmingham website [267] The new Birmingham Central Synagogue at 4 Speedwell Road|Interior view from the top
Birmingham Hebrew Congregation
(Singers Hill Synagogue)
Ashkenazi Orthodox Birmingham website [268] Singers Hill Synagogue
Birmingham Progressive Synagogue Liberal Judaism Birmingham website [269] Birmingham Progressive Synagogue (geograph 3552372).jpg
Chabad Jewish Student Centre of Birmingham Chabad Birmingham website [270]
King David School, Birmingham Birmingham website [271]
Coventry Reform Jewish Community Reform Judaism Coventry website [272]
Solihull Shul (Solihull & District Hebrew Congregation) Ashkenazi Orthodox Solihull website [273]
Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire
Hebrew Congregation
Ashkenazi Orthodox Newcastle-under-Lyme,
Staffordshire
website [274][275]

Yorkshire[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images Notes
Bradford Tree of Life Synagogue Reform Judaism Bradford website [276][277] Bradford Tree of Life Synagogue
Calderdale Jewish Community Centre Non-denominational Calderdale website
Harrogate Hebrew Congregation Ashkenazi Orthodox Harrogate website [278]
Hull Hebrew Congregation Ashkenazi Orthodox Hull website [279] See History of the Jews in Hull
Hull Reform Synagogue (Ne've Shalom) Reform Judaism Willerby website [280] Hull Reform Synagogue (Ne've Shalom)
Sheffield & District Reform Jewish Congregation Reform Judaism Sheffield website [281]
United Synagogue Sheffield United Synagogue Sheffield website [282]
York Liberal Jewish Community Liberal Judaism York website [283]

Leeds[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Beth Hamidrash Hagadol Synagogue Moortown, Leeds website [284] Beth Hamidrash Hagadol Synagogue
Chabad Lubavitch Leeds Chabad Leeds website [285]
Etz Chaim Synagogue Leeds website [286][287] Etz Chaim Synagogue, with Moortown Water Tower behind
Leeds Chabad Lubavitch Student Centre Chabad Leeds website [288] Lubavitch 02 Leeds 18 June 2017.jpg
Leeds Masorti Community Masorti Judaism Leeds website [289]
Sinai Synagogue Reform Judaism Roundhay, Leeds website [290] Sinai Synagogue
United Hebrew Congregation, Leeds
(Shadwell Lane)
Moortown, Leeds website [291] United Hebrew Congregation Synagogue - Shadwell Lane - geograph.org.uk - 791313.jpg

Scotland[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities website [292][293]

Edinburgh[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Beth Israel Synagogue Edinburgh website [294]
Chabad of Edinburgh – Jewish Community of Edinburgh Chabad Edinburgh website [295]
Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation Ashkenazi Orthodox Edinburgh website [292][295] Edinburgh Synagogue
Hebrew Synagogue Edinburgh website [296]
Sukkat Shalom, Edinburgh Liberal Jewish Community Liberal Judaism Edinburgh website [295][297]

Greater Glasgow[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Garnethill Synagogue Ashkenazi Orthodox Glasgow website [293] Garnethill SynagogueGarnethill Synagogue Interior.jpg
Giffnock and Newlands Hebrew Congregation
(Giffnock Shul)
Ashkenazi Orthodox Giffnock, East Renfrewshire website [293]
Boys aged 11–12, learning about Judaism at the Giffnock and Newlands Synagogue
Glasgow Jewish Representative Council Glasgow website [293]
Glasgow Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Newton Mearns, East Renfrewshire website [293]
Newton Mearns Hebrew Congregation Newton Mearns, East Renfrewshire website [293]

Elsewhere[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Aberdeen Synagogue and Jewish Community Centre Aberdeen website [298]
Jewish Network of Argyll and the Highlands website [299]
Tayside and Fife Jewish Community St Andrews, Fife website [300]

Wales[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Cardiff Reform Synagogue Reform Judaism Cardiff website [301] Cardiff Reform Synagogue (former Salem Chapel).jpg
Cardiff United Synagogue Ashkenazi Orthodox Cardiff website [302]
Llandudno and Colwyn Bay Hebrew Congregation Ashkenazi Orthodox Llandudno website [303][304]
Welshpool Jewish Group Liberal Judaism Welshpool website [305][306]

Northern Ireland[edit]

Name Affiliation/ritual Location Web Ref Images
Belfast Jewish Community Ashkenazi Orthodox Belfast website [307]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ A yeshiva (Hebrew: ישיבה) is a centre for the study of Torah and the Talmud in Orthodox Judaism.
  2. ^ Gloucestershire Liberal Jewish Community merged with Hereford Jewish Community, on 20 July 2019, to form Three Counties Jewish Community."West Country congregations predict a brighter future after merger". The Jewish Chronicle. 3 June 2019. Retrieved 13 June 2019.

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