We remain closed for services and tours at this time, and look forward to reopening when it is safe to do so.
The shul office is still contactable on 0151 709 3431.
Please note that we have a re-direction on the Shul’s telephone number and address and all queries will be dealt with in the normal way.
Armed Forces Day
The Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation's cemetery on Thomas Drive Broadgreen will be open to the public on Armed Forces Day, Sunday 27th June 2021 from 10am till 4pm.
This burial ground has a number of graves maintained by The Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
Many members of the public have wondered at what lay hidden behind its walls! Well now is your opportunity to find out. You will see the Memorial Garden built by members of the congregation to the many men who made the ultimate sacrifice.
You may wish to know of the many people buried there who contributed to the life & success of this great city, or you may only want to wander or just sit in this most tranquil of places.
Klezmer-ish have recorded their Lockdown Songbook in our shul. The tracks are being released on Facebook monthly from January to June 2021. The tracks will be interspersed with entertaining background information about the group itself and also about the shul. Go to the Klezmer-ish menu tab.
Klezmer-ish are performing the Songbook at the shul November 29th.
They also perform it at the Philharmonic on June 14th
See RLPO website for details.
Government's Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage April 2021
We are delighted to announce that we have received a grant from the Government to help us recover and reopen.
LOHC says goodbye to Rabbi Abel who left us January 31st 2021.
We are grateful to Rabbi Abel for his service to the congregation.
He was our full-time minister from 1999 - 2002;
part-time minister 2013 - 2014 and 2015 - 2021.
We wish him and his family well in their future endeavours.