Important Announcement

Welcome to the oldest Ashkenazi Synagogue in the English speaking world still in regular use. We welcome all Jewish people wanting to worship, regardless of orthodoxy. Please attend the services, especially males to make a minyan.

To see our events for Plymouth History Festival go to the bottom of this page or click on the key. Don't miss this truly interesting series of events.

Honorary Secretary Anna Kelly's fall on June 12th 2014 resulted in a badly broken femur. It is taking a long time to heal, due to torn muscles, nerve endings, ligaments etc. Anna is still in rehab, walking with crutches with limited mobility. She is only able to respond to email communications on imannahi@hotmail.com for the time being. There are other committee members available on the contacts page for phone calls.

Many thanks for your co-operation in this matter.


Click on the KEY to find out more about the Synagogue events running in association with the Plymouth History Festival 2015
 

Our Building

Around 1745 regular services were held in people's homes in Plymouth, then in rented rooms. We were granted our lease in 1762 when our Synagogue was established.
 

Our Services

Plymouth Hebrew Congregation regularly holds services for Shabbat: every Friday evening at 6 pm and every Saturday morning at 10am. For other services see events calendar.
 

Synagogue Visits

We would welcome you or your School if you would like to book a visit to our Synagogue.
 

Visiting Officiants

We will publish the information about visiting Ministers when they are coming. If possible we try to combine their visit with an event ie a Shabbaton.
 

Cheder

A Cheder class is held when a festival is due if there is a demand for it. We are organising Hebrew classes, if there is the demand for them. Contact Anna for more details on 077094894 between 11am and 8pm
 

Genealogy

Additional information about access to the cemetery.
 

Contacts

A full list of Synagogue contacts and other useful information can be found here....