the former

Chevra Sefard Congregation

Leeds, West Yorkshire




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Latest revision or update: 6 October 2016

Congregation Data


Chevra Sefard Congregation (also known as the Sephardic Synagogue or Chevra Sward)


45 Bridge Street, Leeds




Closed (probably about 1936)


Ashkenazi Orthodox  (Nusach Sefard)


In 1897, joined the Amalgamation of Synagogues.
In the Jewish Year Book 1935, "Chevra Sward" is shown as affiliated to Beth Hamidrash Hagadol Synagogue

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