Synagogue celebrates 50 years in the city
NLS enjoyed a wonderful day of celebration at the recent 50th Anniversary Civic Service. The sense of community and achievement was reflected in the enthusiastic feedback from the dignitaries and guests who attended and this was picked up on by the Nottingham Post who featured NLS both in print and in the online feature....
"The enduring role of a synagogue in the lives of Jewish people has been celebrated half a century after it was founded. Nottingham Liberal Synagogue was established in the home of David Lipman and his late wife Rae, in the Wollaton Park area, in early 1965 with a handful of families attending.
As its popularity increased, members went from meeting in private homes to the Friends’ Meeting House in Chaucer Street, in the city centre. It then moved to its current home, in Lloyd Street, Sherwood, in 1972, and some 140 families are now members of its thriving community."
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