Our Story So Far

The Liberal Jewish Congregation of Liverpool (as it was then) was founded in 1928, and is one of the earliest Progressive communities established outside London. Its original home was in Hope Place but in 1962 the congregation moved to Wavertree.

The Synagogue itself stands in the gardens of an 18th Century listed building which was originally the Parish Manse.

In 2003 the Synagogue was completely refurbished and now includes a superb hall which accommodates the Cheder, Library and also holds meetings and social events.

A point of focus for members the community wishing to practice the principles of Reform Judaism.

We welcome everyone with a Jewish background including those who have drifted away or who have not had an opportunity to explore their Jewish roots.