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Ealing Liberal Synagogue

 

Ealing Liberal Synagogue

Ealing Liberal Synagogue
Basic information
Location Lynton Avenue, Ealing,
 United Kingdom
Affiliation Liberal Judaism
Status Active
Leadership Rabbi: Janet Burden
Website .uk.orgealingliberalsynagogue
Architectural description
Groundbreaking 1924
Completed 1924
Specifications
Capacity 150

Ealing Liberal Synagogue is a liberal synagogue in the London borough of Ealing affiliated with the Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues.[1] Despite its small size the synagogue remains an important part of Ealing life, also serving as a polling station in local, national and European elections. The current rabbi is Janet Burden, who has been at the synagogue since 2006. The synagogue and community play a valued role in interfaith relations in the borough. The synagogue also runs a Hebrew school for the community's children.

Contents

  • History 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The synagogue building is a former church, built as a flat pack for fast and easy transfer across the British Empire. The synagogue itself was founded after the Second World War by Michael Simons.

See also

References

  1. ^ Ben G. Frank (March 2001), A travel guide to Jewish Europe, p. 133,  

External links

  • Ealing Liberal Synagogue website
  • Ealing Liberal Synagogue on Jewish Communities and Records - UK (hosted by jewishgen.org), accessed 24 November 2010.


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