Sheffield Jewish Congregation and Centre

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(also known as the Kingfield Synagogue)

The Jewish population of Sheffield goes back to the latter end of the 18th century.

In January 2000 a new modern synagogue was built at Psalter Lane next to Kingfield Hall. The Chief Rabbi consecrated it on 19 March of the same year. Despite the small numbers, this beautiful new building and the leadership of Rabbi Golomb, encourages us to have the enthusiasm and confidence to carry Sheffield Jewry into the future.

Our community is friendly and we welcome visitors. We have a kosher butcher who visits weekly and Waitrose carries a good supply of kosher food. There is even an arts cinema that has a small annual Jewish film festival.

Address:
Sheffield Jewish Congregation and Centre
3 Brincliffe Crescent,
Sheffield
S11 9AW

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4 Comments

  1. Gary Marshall

    Hi

    As a Cub Leader From 230th Gleadless Scout Group I am enquiring if you organise visits for children aged between 8 and 10 1/2 years of age. The visit is part of their Global Badge which informs the children of other faiths and beliefs. If a visit would not be convenient, would you visit our scout hut to give a talk and answer any questions that they may have?

    Kind regards

    Gary

  2. Christina Roddis

    Hello, I am a primary teacher and wondered if you take visitors of groups of children to the synagogue and provide a talk or for a speaker to visit our school instead and give a talk here with artefacts or slides to look at?
    I look forward to your reply,
    Kind regards,
    Christina

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