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BOOK:  Land of Promise: The Jewish Experience in Southern Alberta. Printed privately in a limited edition and available through the Calgary Jewish Historical Society's Harry Cohen Library.

Jewish Historical Committee of Calgary. [August 2009]


  • Beth Tzedec Synagogue, 1325 Glenmore Trail SW, 1950- (403) 255-8688
  • Chabad Lubavitch, 5a 523 Woodpark Blvd SW, (403) 238-4880
  • House of Jacob, 1613 92 Ave SW, ?-present, (403) 259-3230
  • Temple B'Nai Tikvah, (403) 252-1654
  • House of Israel, 102-18th Ave S.E., 1936-1958, now the Jewish Community Center
  • House of Jacob, 325 5th Ave S.E., 1911-1968, demolished in 1968 for Urban Renewal
  • House of Jacob, 11212 12th St S.W., 1968-
  • Shaarey Tzedec Synagogue, 103 17th Ave, 1959

The cemeteries are normally open and available during daytime hours; however, it would be wise to check. Names and further details from This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

JGSSA Cemetery Project.

Beth Israel Cemetery: 162nd (Shalom Way) and Shawnessy Blvd. S.W. Owned and operated by the Beth Tzedec Synagogue in Calgary, the cemetery began in 1906-present and is still active. (403) 255-8688

Beth Tzedec Cemetery: Contact: Beth Tzedec Synagogue (403) 244-8688, at 1335 Glenmore Trail S.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2V 4Y8. Source: Jay Joffe, Calgary Jewish Historical Society.

McLeod Trail Cemetery: Macleod Trail and 29th Avenue S.W. The Calgary Chevra Kadisha that prepares all Jewish burials in Calgary owns this major and oldest Jewish Cemetery in Calgary. Contact: Chevra Kedisha (403) 244-4717. Memorial Chapel located at 1702-17th Avenue, S.W. Calgary, Alberta Canada, T2T 0E7. Source: Jay Joffe, Calgary Jewish Historical Society

Queen Point Cemetery: 3219-4th Street N. W. Owned by the city of Calgary, this municipal cemetery has a Jewish section. Contact: City of Calgary Queens Park Cemetery Administration Office (403) 221-3660 located at 3219 4th street N.W. Calgary, Alberta Canada. Source: Jay Joffe, Calgary Jewish Historical Society.


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