What was the Jewish house of worship during the Holocaust?
The Jewish House of Worship has been the synagogue ever since
the destruction of Great Temple in Jerusalem in 70 CE.
However, most Jews in Europe during the Holocaust did not have the freedom to be able to worship in synagogues. They would worship wherever they could if they felt it was important.
No it was not banned, but Jewish people were persecuted and killed during the holocaust. Some Christians risked their live to save Jewish people like Casper Ten Boom and his family that saved hundreds of Jewish people. Practice of the Baha'i Faith was banned. Baha'i books were siezed and burned. Baha'is were sent to jail for possessing even one small prayer. All Baha'i activities and organizations were forbidden. Baha'is were the first group to be…
There is no such thing as a "Hebrew Church". The Jewish religion does not have churches or an "overseeing" body, the way Christian religions do. Judaism is not an "organized" religion in the way that the Church is organized. If the question is asking what the Jewish house of worship is, it is called a synagogue. To learn more about Jewish Houses of Worship, please see the Related Question below.
holocust Men and Women who were not Jewish could help Jews in many ways one of these was taking them into hiding this could be in their house or it could in the back of their business like Anne Frank. If the Nazi Parties found out you would be sent to a concentration camp orr prison with the Jewish people.
There is only one 'Temple' in Judaism, and that is the one in Jerusalem (currently destroyed, but, according to tradition, to be rebuilt when Messiah comes.) Any other Jewish house of worship should be called a synagogue, a shul (Yiddish word) or a Beit Knesset (Hebrew phrase meaning 'meeting house.')