the former

Hull Central Synagogue

Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire




Page created: 2003
Latest Update or revision: 22 September 2016

Congregation Data


Central Synagogue, Hull (or Hull Central Synagogue)


Park Street, Hull (from ca. 1951)

Former Addresses:

West Parade, Hull - a large house (1940 to ca. 1950)

Cogan Street, Hull (1914 to 1940), destroyed by German air raid. (Formerly known as Salem Congregation Chapel)

School Street (also known as Waltham Street), Hull (1886 to 1914)

Date Founded:


Current Status:

Closed ca. 1976


Ashkenazi Orthodox

Membership Data:

1890 -   75 seatholders (Board of Deputies Return)

1900 -   80 seatholders (Board of Deputies Return)
90 seatholders (Jewish Year Book 1900-01)

1937 - 120 seatholders (Jewish Year Book 1938)


The Congregation used Hull's Ella Street Cemetery, opened in May 1889. For details, see Cemeteries Information on the Hull Jewish Community home page.

Hull Jewish Community home page

List of Synagogues destroyed by German air raids during World War II

Jewish Congregations in East Riding of Yorkshire

Jewish Communities of England home page


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