Baron Hirsch Congregation
The Baron Hirsch Synagogue, founded more than one hundred forty years ago in Memphis, Tennessee, is a flagship of American Orthodox Judaism. From humble beginnings, with services held at private homes and on the second floor of a modest hotel, Baron Hirsch moved into its first edifice on Washington and Fourth in downtown Memphis in 1912. The congregation continued to grow and in 1950 built North America’s largest synagogue on Vollintine and Evergreen and emerged as the largest Orthodox congregation in the United States.
Location: 400 South Yates Road Memphis 38120 Tennessee United States
Synagogue Type: Orthodox
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits