Garnethill Synagogue

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Garnethill Synagogue built 1879 as was Glasgow’s first purpose-built synagogue.

129 Hill Street (previously known as 29 Garnet Street),
Garnethill,
Glasgow
G3 6UB

Still active, though with a much diminished congregation, since most of the community moved to the Glasgow suburbs of Giffnock and Newton Mearns some years ago. However it is now also home to the Scottish Jewish Archives.

Shabbat services commence at 10am.

Ritual: Ashkenazi Orthodox

Garnethill Synagogue
Glasgow Jewish Rep Council

Home to the…
Scottish Jewish Archives Centre 

Newton Mearns HC 

This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre. To mark this special occasion we have arranged a sit-down afternoon tea event in the Pollokshields Burgh Halls on Sunday 26th November 2017.

We're delighted that our key guest speaker will be Ken Smith, Editor of the daily Diary column in The Herald newspaper, which records the humorous, daft and odd events that take place in Scotland, particularly in the Glasgow area. Glasgow humour is said to be unique and the column, with the help of The Herald's readers, records the funniest examples of West of Scotland wit. There will also be musical entertainment.

The event will commence at 2pm and tickets are available at £30 per person from the Archives Centre info@sjac.org.uk. We will be seating people at tables of 10, so you can put together your own tables, or leave the seating to us, as you wish.

Our 30th Anniversary souvenir brochure will also be launched on that date.
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30th Anniversary of the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre

November 26, 2017, 2:00pm - November 26, 2017, 5:00pm

This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre. To mark this special occasion we have arranged a sit-down afternoon tea event in the Pollokshields Burgh Halls on Sunday 26...

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