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Jewish people can be traced as living in Liverpool from the 1740’s. Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation [‘LOHC’] dates back to 1780. LOHC is a registered charity.  To make a donation please see our donations page here
The foundation stone to Princes Road Synagogue was laid in 1872.  The architects were William and George Audsley.  The building was completed and consecrated at a ceremony led by Chief Rabbi Dr Nathan M Adler in September 1874

There is a weekly to Shabbat morning service followed by Kiddush. Visitors are welcome but should advise the office of their proposed attendance in advance by emailing the Synagogue office at
Tours of the Synagogue are by prior arrangement only. We welcome visits from schools and community groups as well as tourists and locals. If you wish to join a tour, please contact the Synagogue office.
The Synagogue is available for hire for concerts, meetings and events including weddings (under the auspices of the Chief Rabbi).

There is a very exciting programme of events to mark the 150th anniversary of Princes Road Synagogue, you can view the events here and register your interest via this form.



Edward Marks

Visiting Minister

Rev Yigal Wachman


Alison Cohen (Chair)

Julian Rosenthal (Honorary Treasurer)

Edward Rosenfield (Honorary Secretary)

Malcolm Phillips


Petula Nevitt

Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation is a registered charity.
Charity number

Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation
Synagogue Chambers
Princes Road, Liverpool, L8 1TG


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