Shepherd's Bush, Fulham & District Synagogue

London W.6.




Created: 30 October 2006
Latest revision or update: 22 November 2011

Congregation Data

Official Name: Shepherd's Bush, Fulham & District Synagogue
Former Name: Shepherd's Bush Synagogue (& Talmud Torah) (until 1959)
Addresses: 1a Poplar Grove, London W6 (from 1924, rebuilt 1938/9, refurbished 1963, closed 1989)
Park Hall, Providence Place, London W12 (1918-1924)
a hut at 61 The Lawn, Shepherd's Bush Green, London W12 (until 1918)
Local Authority: London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham  - (Congregations in the locality)
Date Formed: 30 November 1913
Mergers: In May 1959, the congregation adopted its ultimate name, when the neighbouring
Fulham & Kensington Synagogue merged with the congregation. Subsequently, in the early 1990's, the Notting Hill Synagogue also merged with the congregation.
Current Status: Closed 1989
Ritual: Ashkenazi Orthodox
Affiliation: Affiliated to the Federation of Synagogues from the 1920's.
(List of Federation of Synagogues congregations)
Membership Data: 1919 - 94 members (Jewish Year Book 1920)

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