Sinai Synagogue

Leeds, West Yorkshire




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Latest revision or update: 28 June 2013

Congregation Data


Sinai Synagogue


Roman Avenue, Street Lane, Leeds LS8 2AN

Former Addresses:

21 Leopold Street, Leeds 7, from about 1951 to 1960 (purchased from the defunct
Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue for 700).

Prior thereto, services held in Newton Park Union Church Schoolroom, Chapeltown Town Road, and before that in Friends' Meeting House in Street Lane.

Current Status:


Date Founded:

January 1944




A constituent of the Movement for Reform Judaism (formerly known as the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain), with which it has been associated since 1944.
(Initially also affiliated to the World Union of Progressive Judaism, now known as Liberal Judaism.)

Marriage Certification:

Group for Certification: West London Synagogue



Membership Data:

2006 - 250 members including children (congregation's website)


Leeds Jewish Community home page

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