You'll find a warm welcome in the Whitefield Jewish community...
... come on in!

WHC is a vibrant orthodox, modern community with a lot of tradition...

... in the heart of one of Manchester's largest Jewish residential districts.

Whatever your tradition or level of Jewish observance, you have a special place within our synagogue.
-Rabbi Ephraim



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Our "New members" coordinator will be in touch to welcome you and answer any questions about being a member at Whitefield.

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Click this link to complete your Bank mandate online through our payment provider GOCARDLESS

Send any enquiries to the Office using the form below - or call 0161 766 3732

Family - Social - Community

Our Youth & Young Families Director - is key to  providing what is needed for the growing generations in Whitefield.

Social activities - programme a wide variety of events for all interests

Weekly Newsletter - distributed free to all members

Email & Text Notices - members can choose which notices they receive -  and get instant notification via text

Function Suite & kitchen - ideal for your simchas

Meeting rooms - for events


Jewish Learning - is available on demand for both Youngsters and Adults

Bat Chayil & pre-Bar Mitzvah - we have a wonderful girls programme which culminates in a celebratory Friday night Shabbat Dinner for the families. Whilst the boys programme gives lads & dads fun introductions to the foundations of Jewish manhood.

Religious needs - are catered for in a variety of ways both in the Shul and in the community

Religious Services -  as you might expect in a large Shul, there are prayers for Shacharit (2), Mincha and Ma'ariv every weekday. On Shabbat there is an early morning Hashkomah service, as well as the main Shul service. Additionally there is a monthly Young Families service, and a Youth Service. Plus weekly a Toddlers Service and a Children's Service.

Chevrah Kadisha - the Whitefield Burial Board gives you peace of mind, whilst Sh'mira volunteers make sure your loved one is never alone prior to a funeral.

Women's Mikva - at the shul - fully refurbished in 2017

Keilim Mikva - for utensils

Cemetery - within Whitefield and well maintained