Princess Street Synagogue
The Princes Street Synagogue opened in 1885, although there was a Jewish community in Auckland since the 1840s. In 1967 the congregation moved from Princess Street to the present site in Greys Avenue. The Princess Street edifice has been converted for use as a branch of the National Bank.
Beth Israel Orthodox Synagogue and Communal Centre
108-116 Greys Avenue, P.O. Box #68-224; tel.: (09) 373-2908; fax: (09) 303-2147 Designed by local architect and congregation member John Goldwater, the airy 750-seat synagogue sports an impressive three-dimensional Star of David light that hovers over the bima.
Dunedin Jewish Congregation
Wellington Hebrew Congregation/Beth-El
80 Webb Street; tel. & fax: (04) 384-5081
Originally organized in 1843, the new synagogue was built in 1977. A Kosher co-op store is present.
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