21 May 2024
Synogogues and Jewish Resources in Stockholm
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Synogogues and Jewish Resources in Stockholm

Are you Jewish and looking for a place of worship? There is a strong, welcoming community in the city, so here is a list of synagogues in Stockholm, on-line resources and details of the kosher grocery store.

Synagogues:

Stockholms Stora Synagoga

Rabbi: David Lazar

Approach: Conservative / Masorti

Wahrendorffsgatan 3 B (next to the Community offices),  111 47 Stockholm, Sweden

See map

Phone: 46-8-587 858 00

Fax: 46-8-587 858 58

Services on Friday evenings 18:30 (summer), 17:30 (winter), Saturdays / holidays at 09:15. Mondays and Thursdays as needed.

For exact times, please consult the calendar on the The Jewish Community website.

Adat Jeschurun

Rabbi: Amram Maccabi Hayun

Approach: Modern Orthodox

Riddargatan 5, (on the 2nd floor in the building housing the Hillel School) PO Box 5053, 102 42 Stockholm

See map

Tel: 0739519832

Email: [email protected]

Times of Prayers:

Sunday shacharit: 9:00 am.

Monday – Friday shacharit: 8:00 am.

Friday evening: (When Shabbat begins) Nov-Feb: 5:45pm; April – May: 7:30 pm; June – July: 8:00 pm.

Shabbat morning: 9:00 am

For exact times, please consult the calendar on the The Jewish Community website.

Adat Jisrael

Rabbi: Amram Maccabi Hayun

Approach: Modern Orthodox

S:t Paulsgatan 13, 118 46 Stockholm

See map

Tel: 08-644 19 95

Email: [email protected]

Times of Prayers:

Sunday shacharit: 8:15 am.

Monday – Friday shacharit: 7:30 am.

Friday evening: (When Shabbat begins) Nov-Feb: 5:45pm; April – May: 7:30 pm; June – July: 8:00 pm.

Shabbat morning: 9:00 am

For exact times, please consult the calendar on the The Jewish Community website.

Progressiv Judendom

Approach: Progressive / Reform

Times of prayers:

PJS conducts Saturday morning services, once a month in the Sessionssal in the Jewish Community building. For more information, please contact Joel Klein

Also, all types of families with young children are welcome to share Friday evening activities without any demands for pre-existing Jewish knowledge. Please contact Lars Roth for more details.

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Information

Judiska Församlingen i Stockholm (The Jewish Community of Stockholm)

A comprehensive site, The Jewish Community of Stockholm help members to conduct their lives and secure their future based on Jewish tradition whilst remaining a well-integrated part of the Swedish society.  They manage and promote cultural and social activities as well as education, with a special focus on children and youth.

Website: www.jfst.se

Email: [email protected]

Chabad Stockholm

Chabad, also known as Lubavitch, is an international movement whose aim is to reach out to as many Jews as possible with their educational and cultural programs, intended to promote Jewish spiritual and physical well-being around the world. Chabad Lubavitch Stockholm is a Jewish organisation open to all, regardless of background or level of Jewish faith. Chabad seeks to promote Judaism by offering a variety of services such as education, religious and social activities in a warm and entertaining environment, according to Lubavitcher-Rebbens guidance.

Website: http://www.chabadstockholm.com/

Jewish Community Center (JCC)

The Jewish Community Center of Stockholm is located on the 3rd floor in the Judaica building on Nybrogatan 19. This is where the youth movements, youth activities, culture activities, informal education, senior citizen activities, etc. takes place.

Tel No: 08-587 858 00.

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Kosher Food 

Kosherian

A kosher food store in Stockholm, located in the Jewish Community Centre building, selling food from all around the world. There is a small restaurant on the second floor that is open for lunch on weekdays daily until 1 pm (closed in July). They also offer catering services.

Nybrogatan 19, 114 39 Stockholm

Tel: 08 663 65 80

email: [email protected]

Open Monday-Thursday: 11:00 to 18:00; Friday: 9:00 to 15:00

 

KosherStockholm | Miriam’s Catering

A new arrival on the kosher scene in Stockholm. KosherStockholm / Miriam’s Catering deliver kosher food to your doorstep! They also have kosher catering services, shabbat meals, kiddush and more. All orders are customized to the customers’ liking and everything is under the supervision of the new Stockholm orthodox Rabbi Amram Maccabi Hayun.

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Last updated: 13th June 2017

8 Comments

  • Fidelis Chukwu 23 Mar 2016

    Comment: Dear YLC members, having read about your programs and events. As a believer in the Torah lifestyle and sabbath-keeper.

    I am interested in becoming a member of your community in stockholm, sweden. The only problem is distance, as i currently live in Nigeria, West-Africa.

    I believe one of this days I will arrive to join your community and grow more in the things about the Torah. My Jewish lifestyle here is fine but I still want to go higher in my knowledge by meeting and fellowshing with a group like yours.

    Looking forward to reading from you.

    Shalom.

  • Ronen Zaretsky 4 Apr 2016

    i am an ortodox Jew from israel.
    I intend to come to Stockholm from june 1 till June
    7 for bussiness.
    I am looking for –
    1.kosher catering or restaurant that I can order kosher food to my hotel for the week
    2.find hotel next to the ortodox synaguage for the week
    And specialy for Saturday with walking distance from the ortodox synaguage
    Thanks
    Ronen Zaretsky
    [email protected]

  • Jessie Aouizerate 27 Apr 2016

    Hi, we are two girls coming for shabbat 21st of may from France. Is there any nice and kind place to have shabbat dinner on friday night? Thanks by advance!

  • Rachel Glazer 16 Jun 2016

    I am an American and I’m going to be in Stockholm on June 25, 2016 and I would like to attend services at the Great Synagogue of Stockholm along with my 17 year old son. Can anyone confirm that there will be shabbat morning services on this day and what time they will run until?

  • Mirri 17 May 2017

    Hi there!

    I have a few updates on the kosher food situation in Stockholm.
    Luckily, a new company has opened called KosherStockholm | Miriam’s Catering.

    They deliver kosher food to your doorstep! They also have kosher catering services, shabbat meals, kiddush and more. All orders are customized to your liking and all is under the supervision of the new Stockholm orthodox Rabbi Amram Maccabi Hayun (Please update that as well).

    So if you need kosher, you know where to go,
    http://kosherstockholm.com

  • Gigi Roth 29 Jun 2017

    Hi there!
    I am from Vienna and looking for a nice studio or 2 room-appartment to rent in Stockholm or close to Stockholm.
    004369911099754
    Gigi Roth

  • Daniella Varman 23 Apr 2018

    Hi. We are coming to Stockholm after 20 years! We were Jewish Agency shlichim for 3 years.
    We have 4 adult children, 1 daughter in law and 1 grandson.
    We are staying in Sodermalm from 24th- 29th August.
    We would love to be guests with a shomer shabbat family for Friday night meal. We don’t mind walking to Ostermalm.
    I hope I’m not being too forward.
    Thanks
    Daniella Varman

  • Patience Enesi 31 Oct 2018

    Shalom i need a Rabi number thanks

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