Hull Reform Synagogue
|Hull Reform Synagogue – Ne've Shalom|
Great Gutter Lane, Willerby near Hull, HU10 7JT|
Hull Reform Synagogue, also known as Ne've Shalom, is a Reform Jewish community based in Willerby near Kingston upon Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. A member of the Movement for Reform Judaism, the community was founded in 1966. Services were held in people's homes, at the civic hall in Cottingham and in a Methodist hall. A foundation stone for a new synagogue was laid in November 1991, and the first service at Hull Reform Synagogue was held in February 1992.
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