Amalgamation of Synagogue

Leeds, West Yorkshire




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Congregation Data


Amalgamation of Synagogues

Alternative Name:

Regent Street Beit Hamedrash (although this may have been just one of the constituent congregations)


Regent Street, Leeds


Formed in 1897, it included the then New Briggate Synagogue, Psalms of David Synagogue, Chevra Sefard, Lowkever Synagogue and Vilna Synagogue as well as, possibly, Regent Street Beit Hamedrash.


No longer functions (from some time after 1910)


Ashkenazi Orthodox


Rabbi Joel Leib Halevi Herzog (the father of Rabbi Isaac Halevi Herzog, the first (Ashkenazi) Chief Rabbi of the State of Israel)

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