Park Row Synagogue Bristol
The historic home of the Bristol Hebrew Congregation.
- Historical synagogue where the Jewish Bristolians gather every week.
- In 1842 the community consecrated a new synagogue in the former Quaker’s Chapel close to Temple Street. The widening of that road necessitated a further move, in 1871, to the present building in Park Row.
- If you’d like to join them for their Friday night service, an uplifting kiddush, and a delicious banquet (including home-baked challah!) please email Jess Baum. Prices: £10 per adult for Members, £15 per adult for non-members. Children are free.
- For more details about their upcoming activities you can email them at email@example.com.