Harlow Jewish Community

Harlow, Essex



Page created: 15 February 2006
Latest revision or update: 4 July 2017

Town of Harlow

Harlow, a new town, established in Essex in Southeast England in the late 1940's, has a population of about 80,000.  It was an urban district until 1974, when it became a local government district of the county of Essex.

The Jewish Community

Only one Jewish congregation is known to have existed in Harlow, the Harlow Jewish Community.

Congregation Data


Harlow Jewish Community


Harberts Road, Hare Street, CM19 4DT

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A constituent synagogue of the Movement for Reform Judaism (previously the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain)



Cemetery Information:

There in no Jewish cemetery in Harlow. However, see Cemeteries of the Movement for Reform Judaism.

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Jewish Congregations in Essex

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