Devonport Synagogue

Devonport, Plymouth, Devon



Page created: 5 May 2006
Latest update or revision: 20 June 2016

Congregation Data


Devonport Synagogue


66 Chapel Street, Devonport, Plymouth, from May 1907.
(Initially used a room in St Aubyn Street, Devonport)

Date Founded:

There was a predecessor congregation established in the 1890s, although the name Devonport Synagogue was not adopted until the congregation moved into the Chapel Street premises in 1907. The congregation was an offshoot and branch of the main Plymouth Synagogue

Current Status:

Closed - Damaged by German air raid in 1941. Site taken inside the Royal Docks in 1950's.


Ashkenazi Orthodox


See Plymouth Jewish Cemetery Information

See Plymouth Jewish Community home page, which includes
many articles relating to the Plymouth Jewish Community.

List of Synagogues destroyed by German air raids during World War II

Jewish Congregations in Devon

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