the former

Queens Park Synagogue

Glasgow, Scotland




Page created: 17 October 2005
Latest revision or update: 11 September 2016

Congregation Data


Queens Park Synagogue


2 Falloch Road, 60 Lochleven Road, G42 9JU, built in 1926, consecrated 27 March 1927.

The synagogue building is a Scottish Category B Listed Building (number LB32368), designated on 5 December 1989. View description on Historic Environment Scotland website. The building was converted into 15 flats in 2008.

Previous Address:

Lochleven Road, Glasgow (known as the "Tin Shul") from 1917 to 1926, and previously 3 Battlefield Crescent, Glasgow


About 1906

Incorporated Congregation:

Crosshill Hebrew Congregation from about 1986

Current Status:

Closed. Last service held on Yom Kippur, 16 September 2002.

Merged with Netherlee & Clarkston Hebrew Congregation to form Netherlee, Clarkston & Queen's Park Hebrew Congregation


Ashkenazi Orthodox

Membership Data:

1938 - 600 seatholders (Jewish Year Book 1939)
1961 - 650 seatholders (Jewish Year Book 1962)


From 1927, the Congregation used the Cathcart Cemetery, Jewish Section.

(For further details, see Glasgow Cemetery Information on Glasgow home page.)

Greater Glasgow Jewish Community home page

Jewish Communities and Congregations in Scotland home page



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