Bevis Marks Synagogue
The oldest synagogue in the United Kingdom in continuous use, opened in 1701. A Grade I listed building, which incorporates architectural influences from around the world. It is a monument of outstanding national importance and the only synagogue in Europe that has held regular services continuously for over 300 years.
Carved in Hebrew above the entrance is, “Kahal Kadosh Shaar Asamaim” meaning “Holy Congregation The Gates of Heaven” and expresses gratitude for the safe refuge established by the first Sephardim in the City of London.
Please visit the S&P Sephardi Community website for visitor opening times, schedule of services and admission charges.