the former

Leeds Zionist Synagogue

Leeds, West Yorkshire




Page created: 2 March 2002
Latest revision or update: 5 October 2016

Congregation Data


Leeds Zionist Synagogue

Previous Name:

Herzl Moser Zionist Synagogue


20a St Albans Street, Leeds, from 1902 (was previously the home of Beth Hamidrash Hagadol Synagogue and subsequently the home of the Leeds Old Central Synagogue);
17 Brunswick Street, Leeds, from about 1907 until early 1940's; and
307 Chapeltown Road, Leeds (main offices of Leeds Zionists) from late 1940's




Closed. The original congregation (Herzl Moser Zionist Synagogue) closed in about 1940.
A new congregation was established in about 1948 under the name Zionist Synagogue (also known as Agudas Hazionim Synagogue), and this closed in 1955, merging with Beth Hamidrash Hagadol Synagogue.


Ashkenazi Orthodox


Became affiliated to Leeds United Hebrew Congregation for the purposes of burial rights (Jewish Year Books 1935-40).

Membership Data:

1909 - 190 seatholders (Jewish Year Book 1910)


Marriage Records

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