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Princes Road Synagogue is a Grade I listed building on Princes Road, Liverpool, and is home to the oldest Jewish congregation in the city. The first stone was laid in 1872 by William and George Audsley, and was completed and consecrated at a ceremony led by Chief Rabbi Dr Nathan M Adler in September 1874.

Today, the synagogue is a big part of the local community and welcomes visitors and members weekly to Shabbat followed by Kiddush in the newly renovated annexe.

We are open, by prior arrangement, for tours of the shul by schools, community groups and visitors, and we also run a full events calendar including talks, concerts and plays.

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.

​Princes Road is available to hire for meetings, concerts and events

Get in touch to arrange a visit to our Grade I listed building for:



Venue Hire


Please fill in the form on the Contacts Page or send an email to

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Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation is a registered charity.
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Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation
Synagogue Chamber
Princes Road, Liverpool, L8 1TG

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