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Sefton Park Hebrew Congregation

Liverpool, Mersyside

 

 

   
 


Page created: 22 August 2005
Latest revision or update: 17 January 2017

Congregation Data

Name:

Sefton Park Hebrew Congregation

Alternative Name:

Hyman and Freda Graff Institute

Address:

321 Smithdown Road, Sefton Park, Liverpool 15

Formed:

In 1928, Hope Place Hebrew Congregation acquired 321 Smithdown Road, as a place of Hebrew Education and a group of members subsequently began holding religious services there which became known as the Sefton Park Hebrew Congregation

Current Status:

Closed (incorporated with the Hope Place Hebrew Congregation into Greenbank Drive Synagogue, which was formed in 1936/7)

Ritual:

Orthodox - Ashkenazi

Cemetery Information:

The Congregation used the Long Lane Jewish Cemetery. See Liverpool Jewish Cemeteries Information on Liverpool Jewish Community home page

 

Congregational Records

At Liverpool Records Office:

  • 1878-20th century records. (ref: Acc 4893)

* includes predecessor congregation


Liverpool Jewish Community home page

Other Jewish Congregations in Merseyside


Jewish Communities of England home page

 

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