Princes Road Synagogue Liverpool

Princess Road Synagogue Liverpool

Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation

(popularly known as Princes Road Synagogue)

Address: Princes Road, Liverpool L8 1TG

(Synagogue consecrated 1874, reconstructed 1952)

Current Status: Active

Date Founded: Congregation formed in about 1780. By 1806, the congregation had acquired the synagogue in Seel Street (on land received as a gift from the Liverpool municipality). The Seel Street synagogue was the parent synagogue to that in Prince’s Street. In 1840, the congregation split into two but was reunited after a short while.
Ritual: Orthodox – Ashkenazi

Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation,
Princes Road,
Liverpool,
L8 1TG
Tel: 0151-709 3431
Email: office@princesroad.org

Deane Road Cemetery
LOHC is also responsible for the Victorian Jewish cemetery in Deane Road. It was active between 1837-1929 and many eminent Jews are buried there. Recently renovated with a large grant from English Heritage, it is open for tours.

Prince’s Road Synagogue 
Dean Road Cemetery 

September is fast approaching and that means so is Heritage Open Days. On Sunday 10th September we'll be opening our doors for free with tours at 10am, 12pm and 2pm as usual. Everyone is welcome but with only 70 places available on each tour we advise that you book early to ensure a place. We cannot guarantee entry for those turning up on the day without a prior booking.

Please ring the synagogue office on 0151 709 3431 to book.
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