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Liverpool New Hebrew Congregation

Hope Place, Liverpool, L1 9BG

Basic Information

The congregation initially established a synagogue in a warehouse on Hanover Street and subsequently in a building on Pilgrim Street / Hardman Street, until the construction of a purpose-built synagogue at Hope Place in 1857

Founded in 1842, as a breakaway congregation from Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation.

After closing in 1937, it is now the site of the Unity Theatre. The modern entrance on Hope Place, Liverpool is seen in most of these images and the former New Hebrew Congregation Synagogue is to the left.

Build completed:



Hope Place, Liverpool, L1 9BG Liverpool
L1 9BG


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