Judaism

A Jewish community developed in Preston towards the end of the nineteenth century and reached its peak by the end of World War II. Thereafter it began to decline and the synagogue closed in the 1980s. However, in 2014, the Lancashire and Cumbria Liberal Jewish Congregation was formed, which frequently holds services in Preston.

Nearest congregations:

Preston Synagogue (Liberal) Contact Rabbi Robert Ash robertash1954@gmail.com or Jenni Barrett, Senior Lecturer at UCLan, JEBarrett@uclan.ac.uk

St Anne’s, The Synagogue,
Orchard Road, Lytham St Annes,
FY8 1PJ.
Tel 01253 721831 
The Rabbi is Ephraim Guttentag. Facebook: St Annes Hebrew Congregation. It is 14 miles away from Preston and will take about 35 – 40 mins to reach depending on traffic.