There are two orthodox synagogues in Stockholm. Adat Israel in the Södermalm area and Adat Jeschurun in Bajit (the Jewish center). The Rabbi of both synagogues is Rabbi Mattias Amster. He can be reached at [email protected].     


Adat Jisrael
Adat Israel 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

Times of Prayers:
Sundays and public holidays:  8:15AM. 
Monday - Friday: 7:30AM. 
Friday evening:
Nov-Feb: 17:45. 
April - May: 19.30. 
June - July: 20.00.
August: 19:30. 

Other: at candle-lighting.
Shabbat morning: 9:00AM. 

Adat Jeschurun
Adat Jeschurun is located in the "Bajit" at Nybrogatan 19. The closest subway station is Östermalmstorg. The interior furniture of the Synagogue was rescued from a Hamburg synagogue that survived the Kristalnacht. Visit for more information.

Times of Prayers:
Monday-Thursday: 8.00AM: (no minyan on Sundays). 
Friday evening: When Shabbat begins.
April - May: 19.30. 
June - July: 20.00.
August: 19.30.
Shabbat morning: 9:30AM.