the former

Chevra Kadisha Synagogue

(South Side Synagogue)

Glasgow, Scotland




Page created: 18 October 2005
Latest revision or update: 13 October 2016

Congregation Data


Chevra Kadisha Synagogue

Alternative Names:

Oxford Street Synagogue

South Side Synagogue


Buchan Street, corner with Oxford Street, Glasgow.

The building was a former Baptist Church



Current Status:

Merged in 1950's with Beth Jacob & Poalei Zedek United Synagogue to form United South Side Synagogue (Chevra Kadisha & Beth Jacob Synagogue)


Ashkenazi Orthodox

Unions and Affiliations:

From about 1902 until 1906, the congregation was a constituent synagogue in United Synagogue of Glasgow.

Membership Data:

1938 - 350 seatholders (Jewish Year Book 1939)
1957 - 200 seatholders (Jewish Year Book 1958)


For 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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