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North Church Street Synagogue

Sheffield, South Yorkshire

 

              

         
 
 
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Congregation Data

Official Name:

North Church Street Synagogue

Address:

North Church Street, Sheffield.

Date Formed:

Foundation Stone laid 4 January 1872 by Rev. A. A. Green.
Synagogue consecrated 10 September 1872 by Chief Rabbi, Dr. N. M. Adler.

Current Status:

Closed 1930 (congregation moved to new synagogue in 11 Wilson Street, Sheffield, which later became
Sheffield Jewish Congregation and Centre)

Ritual:

Ashkenazi Orthodox

Congregation Numbers:

1895 to 1900 -  80 seatholders (The Jewish Year Books 1896 through 1900/01)

 


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North Church Street Synagogue (93 records);
Miscellaneous and unspecified congregations, 1842-1952 (152 records)

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