Between June 11 and August 31, 2018  Monday-Thursday 11 and 12, Friday 11. Entrance: SEK 150, $ 20 or € 15 - Cash only. For groups or private alternatives please call in advance at phone +46-8 587 858 24 or e-mail to info@jfst.se

A memorial to the victims of the Holocaust is engraved on the wall leading from the entrance of The Great Synagogue to the Jewish Community office building. It was inaugurated in 1998 by Carl XVI Gustav, King of Sweden, and lists 8500 victims, relatives of Jews residing in Sweden. The 42-meter memorial bright serves as a link between a dark past, and a future. No entrance fee. Open during weekdays.

The Jewish Library is closed. It will open in the beginning of 2018 at a new address.

The community mikveh of Stockholm is located underneath the Great Synagogue. It was opened in October 2017 and serves the entire Jewish community of Stockholm and surrounding areas. Construction was supervised by Rav Meir Posen and is under the supervision of Rabbi Amram Maccabi and Rabbi Ute Steyer.

Address: Wahrendorffgatan 3B
Visiting times: after appointment
Contact: Jane Reichel, +46 70 722 0345

The Great Synagogue of Stockholm (Masorti/Conservative)

The Great Synagogue of Stockholm at Wahrendorffgatan 3 B (next to the Community offices) is an official national historical building, built in 1870 in an "oriental" style, and seats 900 people.

Services are held:
Weekdays: Thursday: 8am
Kabbalat Shabbat and Yom Tov eve: 6.30 pm (from September - March), 6.30 pm (from April to September). For exact dates when times switch between 5.30 and 6.30, please consult the events calendar.
Shacharit Shabbat and Yom Tov: 9.15 am (kiddush is served after services in the adjacent social hall)

Adas Jeschurun (orthodox)

For information of daily services please look at www.jeschurun.se

Adas Jisrael (orthodox)

Adat Jisrael is situated at Ragvaldsgatan 14C (near the Slussen underground station), in an18th century building, recently renovated and well worth visiting. The synagogue is more than a hundred and forty year old, and was long known as the ”poylische minyan”. Today it's that most active synagogue in Scandinavia, with daily Minyanim.
For information of daily services please look at http://adatjisrael.se/english-2//

Kosherian, in Bajit

Kosher food and meals – meals only by preorder-delivery within Stockholm.
www.kosherian.se/ email: info@kosherian.se, phone + 46 8 663 65 80

Opening hours:
From June 25 Wednesdays - Fridays 10 am- 4 pm
Closed July 16 – August 3,
From August 8 Wednesdays - Fridays 10 am- 4 pm

Also catering for groups, delivery to hotels, breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Preorder for take away.

The Jewish old age home only by preorder.

Kosher meals.
Phone +46 8 6007243
Order latest two hours before visit, for Shabbat latest Thursday 4 pm

Bajit Cafe

Kosher meals, coffe, tea, pastry
www.bajit.se/kafeet/ email: my.winroth@gmail.com, phone +46 761390852
Opening hours: Until June 14 Monday to Thursday 10 am to 7 pm.
After this day call for information. All July to August 12 closed.
Groups are always welcome to order – please contact us.

Miriam´s catering

only by preorder, open to 20.00.
Kosher meals, delivery within Stockholm.
kosherstockholm.com/ email: M@KOSHERSTOCKHOLM.COM
Phone + 46 70 755 21 80

Chabad Stockholm

Only by preorder, own certificate
Kosher meals
www.chabadstockholm.com email info@chabadstockholm.com
Phone +46 8-6797067

The following restaurants have no hashgasha but the ingredients have been checked by the traditional rabbi, rav Amram Maccabi:

Hermans

Hermans Vegetarian Restaurant and Garden Café
hermans.se/ email info@hermans.se   phone 08-6439480
Please note that sallads containing wine vinegar are not kosher.
Ask the chef for information.

FLFL

Levantine Kitchen
www.flfl.se/, email info@hermans.se phone 08-6422060
Please note that food containing cheese and also wines are not kosher.
Ask the chef for information.

Fabrique

Several places in Stockholm
Coffee shop bread and pastry.
fabrique.se/butiker/
Please note: Olive bread and bread with cheese NOT KOSHER
Saffransbröd NOT KOSHER

Vivels

Several places in Stockholm
Coffee shop bread, cakes and pastry.
vivels.se/category/brodbodar-cafeer/, vivels.se/kontaktuppgifter/

Please note: bread only bread without cheese are kosher.
pastry marzipan only white and green kosher.
cakes (in swedish tårta) only following kosher:
Princess, Frukt, Grädd/blåbär, Grädd/hallon, Grädd/jordgubb, Kivi, Moccagrädde, Chokladgrädde, Schwarzwald, Othello, Moccamaräng, Chokladmaräng, Oscar, Citronfromage, Päronfromage, Jordgubb m mandel, Hallon m mandel, Blåbär m mandel, Margareta, Sacher.

Judiska Församlingen Malmö

Telephone: +46 40 611 84 60 or +46 40 611 88 60
Telephone hours: Tuesday through Thursday 12 to 2 PM
The office is closed July 2 through August 2

If you want to visit the shabbat service in Malmö Synagogue send a request ahead of Shabbat with a copy of passport to security@jssmalmo.seDuring the month of July we need your request 7 workdays ahead. At other times we need it 3 workdays ahead of Shabbat. The office is closed on Jewish festivals.

The Jewish Community in Malmö provides kosher food at ICA Malmborgs
Address; Linnégatan 48, Malmö

This supermarket provides kosher food is in a corner with a sign Kosher delikatesser.

https://www.ica.se/butiker/kvantum/malmo/ica-kvantum-malmborgs-limhamn-2737/start/

phone +46 40 363660

Judiska Församlingen i Göteborg (Gothenburg)

Regular shops in Sweden

The following products have been checked and approved by an traditional rabbi. In general regular plain milk products like yogurt, milk, butter are checked and allowed. Breads: Pågen, Vivels, – dairy and parve. Smoked salmon, Philadelphia Cream Cheese allowed. Kosher wine can be purchased at Systembolaget, the state-run wine stores.

Complete kosher list on: www.jfst.se/judendom/kosher