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Orthodox Synagogues

Orthodox Synagogues

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There are two orthodox synagogues in Stockholm with a daily minyan:
Adat Israel in Södermalm and Adat Jeschurun in the Center of town.

 

Prayer times during summer 2017 
On Shabbat morning both synagogues are open as usual. Friday evening only in Adat Israel until August 11. Weekday mornings only in Adat Israel. From August 14 Adat Jeschurun is back as usual.   


Adat Jisrael

Is situated in Södermalm at Ragvaldsgatan 14C. The closest subway stations are Slussen or Mariatorget. It is also known as Söder Shul or the Poylishe Minyan. For more information visit www.adatjisrael.se.

Times of Prayers:
Sunday shacharit: 8:15 am.
Monday - Friday shacharit: 7:30 am.
Friday evening:
Nov-Feb: 17:45
April - May: 7:30 pm.
June - July: 8:00 pm.
August: 7:30 PM
Other: at candle-lighting.
Shabbat morning: 9:00 am.


Adat Jeschurun

Adat Jeschurun is now located in the Bayit House at Riddargatan 5. The closest subway station is Östermalmstorg. The interior furniture of the Synagogue was rescued from a Hamburg synagogue that survived the Kristalnacht but are temporarily in storage due to reconstructions. Visit www.jeschurun.se for more information.

Times of Prayers:

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday shacharit: 7:30 am.

Wednesday and Friday: 8:00 am.
Friday evening: When Shabbat begins.
April - May: 7:30 pm.
June - July: 8:00 pm.
August: 7:30 PM
Shabbat morning: 9:00 am.

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