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Allerton Hebrew Congregation
Malcolm Malits Court
207 Mather Avenue
Liverpool
L18 9UB
Tel: 0151 724 4811
Email:
Minister:Rabbi Mani Pollak
Chairman: David Mann
Administrator:David Coleman
 
Childwall Hebrew Congregation
Dunbabin Road
Liverpool
L15 6XL
Tel/Fax: 0151 722 2079
Email:
Minister: Rabbi ML Cofnas (Senior Rabbi)
Chairman: Norman Goldstone
Administrator: Angela Reuben

The shul was founded in 1938. As well as the Honorary Offices, the shul also has a catering team who help to coordinate weekly kiddushim and other shul events. As part of the weekly kiddushim there are also Shabbat themes (Ask the Rabbi, Learning Sessions, book reviews) following the services and about once a month in the winter a Cholent Kiddush. A Seudah Shilishit every Shabbat afternoon in the winter and once a month in the summer.

The three services take place daily - contact the shul office for further details.

Other Shul Activities A SEED programme is run every Monday evening and a Gentlemen's Talmid Shiur on a Wednesday morning with Yeshiva learning on Sunday mornings.

The Social and Cultural Committee run a quiz every year and a Ladies Evening in the summer.

For further information, please contact the Shul office. Mikveh
The mikveh is within the grounds of Childwall Hebrew Congregation, contact the shul office for further details.

 
 
Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation
Princes Road
Liverpool
L8 1TG
Tel: 0151 709 3431
Fax: 0151 709 4187
Email:
Website: www.princesroad.org
Senior Warden: Neville Goldrein CBE
Administrator: Petula Nevitt

The original Jewish Community of Liverpool built Princes Road Synagogue in 1874 (the building has been given a Grade I* listed status). Alongside the regular services, there are regular children's services, stimulating sermons, and a long and illustrious musical heritage, this is a shul for all the family. This lively Orthodox synagogue holds regular events and has a vibrant religious, social and educational calendar. Sitting in our beautiful synagogue, looking at the astoundingly rich and beautiful Victorian decoration of this, the Audsley Brothers' masterpiece, you can relax into a more leisurely and elegant age, as our mixed choir sings to the glory of God.

 
Liverpool Reform Synagogue
28 Church Road North
Liverpool
L15 6TF
Tel: 0151 733 5871
Website:lrshul.org
President: Alan Rae
Chairman: Paul Levinson
Community Development Officer: Martin Herr
 
Lubavitch Foundation Liverpool
76 Beech Lane
Liverpool
L18 3ER
Tel: 0151 729 0443
Fax: 0151 729 0770
Email:
Director: Rabbi Avremi Kievman
(Also contact for Cheder Etz Chayim (M.A.T.T))

Southport Hebrew Congregation
Tel: 01704-532964
(office times 10.00 - 12.30 Mon/Wed/Thurs)
Email:

The Jewish community in Southport dates from the late 19th century. Its home is the beautiful synagogue in Arnside Road, which was consecrated in 1926.
Services are held every Shabbat, followed by a kiddush. Commences 9.30am; Sefer reading 10.15; Sermon 11.15; Kiddush 12 noon (Summer Friday night services commence 7.30pm)
(Weekday services are held in the Beth Hamidresh if a minyan is available. Contact the synagogue in advance if you are thinking of attending)
The synagogue has its own Mikvah on site.
Visitors are always made welcome and information about times and facilities is easily available from the Shool office.
The Arnside Road Social Committee hold a number of events throughout the year, culminating in a capacity attendance at the annual Hanukkah Gala Dinner.
Southport is also the home of the Jewish Small Communities Network. We are very pleased to have hosted visits by the Chief Rabbi, the Israeli Ambassador to the UK, and many other prominent dignitaries.
More information about the synagogue, local kosher food, and community photographs is available on the website.

 

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