At an EGM on the 25th July, 2021 Manchester Reform Synagogue members voted overwhelmingly to sell their land and building under plans to redevelop this part of the city by former footballer Gary Neville. The aim is use the £15m from the sale to relocate to another location in the city to secure the future of the community for decades to come, rather than wait to be part of a five-star hotel and residential tower”. The last services at the Jacksons Row site were held on the weekend of the 26-27 November 2022.

We have moved into temporary premises still in the city centre for the next 2 years, while we look for are new permanent home. The results of an online survey of members has been conducted. Results will be discussed in an open meeting for members on Sunday, 28th January. For more details and to attend this meeting please email the office.